Washougal, Washington, United States of America
SOLD 2008 Sprinter 3500 van conversion. 170“ wheelbase extended body with megaroof. Dual rear tires. 3.0L V6 Turbodiesel engine (154 hp, 280 ft lbs torque, 19-21 mpg). 5-speed shiftable automatic transmission w/ OD. A/C (front) and cruise control. AM/FM stereo radio. Low miles (37,500). Converted to camper in 2010. 480W rooftop solar panels (2x Kyocera KD240GX-LPB). 670 Ah battery pack (6x Concorde SunXtender PVX-224 AGM sealed batteries wired for 12V output) with Powermate FLEXmax60 MPPT charge controller and Mate remote display. 12V LED lights with dimmers. Eurocamper seat swivel adapters (drivers side not installed). Bug screens for all windows and doors. B-Quiet Ultimate sound barrier, R15-closed cell and 2” fiberglass insulation over low-formaldeyde birch plywood interior panelling. Full-size Queen mattress on a Nickle-Atlantic FROLI spring system. Redwood kitchen storage cabinets with maple drawers and soft close sliders. Corian countertop. Smev sink w/ glass lid. Flojet SensorVSD 3.5 gpm water pump. Whole RV Dual 10” x 2.5” cartridge water filters. 20 gal fresh and grey water tanks. Sundanzer DCR165 12V 5.8 cu ft energy efficient refrigerator. Smev 2 burner hob stove with glass lid. EccoTemp tankless instant LP water heater. 7.9 gal LP tank. CO and LP warning monitor. Fantastic Fan ventilation fan with remote. Xantrex Prosine 2.0 sine wave inverter/charger with remote monitor/controller. 30A Shorepower inlet with 15A converter. Two 15A 120V AC circuit breakers with 4x 120V GFC outlets. Wired for rooftop A/C system with 30A circuit breaker.
This RV camper van is ready to take you off the grid for dispersed camping, tailgate parties, or to campgrounds with or without RV hookups, The solar panels will keep the lights on and the food cold as long as you have a few hours of sun everyday. The refrigerator will easily hold enough food for two people for three weeks. We have travelled the USA in this camper and have also used it to visit family who don’t have an extra bed for us. We’ve camped on city streets and even in crowded National Park parking lots. If you are quiet, this campervan is totally stealth as It blends right into the neighborhood.