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Old 02-27-2017, 05:49 PM   #1
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Default 2016 4WD 144" Sprinter Campervan Pop Top Weekender, San Diego, CA

New Conversion just completed. All the goodies but NO kitchenette, designed to transport family of 5 and sleep 4 very easily. (replace the SUV or your large truck with this)

For full description and pictures:

http://www.cacampervan.com/copy-of-for-sale

Pics

https://goo.gl/photos/ZAXyJvUuVS9rx79k9


Some of the features of this particular build:

Custom Captain Chair Seating for 3-all of of which are removable and slide forward/back on tracks
Colorado Campervan Pop Top (fully insulated, sound proofed, and color matched)
225 Ah Aux deep cell AGM battery system in custom tray in engine bay (superior to factory system)
Renogy 200w Solar
Fantastic Fan
Yakama Roof Rack System
Fully Insulated and Sound Proofed with Dynamat and 3M Thinsulate Automotive Specific Insulation
LED lighting throughout van
Custom 3 panel bed with cubbies (fully removable)
BFG All Terrain Tires (big upgrade for traction)
Aluminess Nerf Bar and Light Bar
LED Front Light
High End Audio System tied into the factory radio for stealth. (Morel Speakers and 10" subwoofer)
Factory Nav and blue tooth
Cruise and wheel controls
Factory Back up Camera
Factory Tow Package
USB outlets
12V outlets
Custom Flooring with MLV sound dampening throughout floor and wheel wells
Custom Interior
CR Laurence Vented windows through out van
SportsCraft Swivel Seats
Espar D2 Heater tied into gas tank for warm nights-runs w/o engine on
CO2 alarm
~6000 miles on van


$110,000

Please serious Inquires only for those looking specifically for this set up. Contact info through website.

If you have done research you know how hard it is to get one of these done and how expensive it is, let alone find one that is turn key. Those familiar with my builds know how nice they are. Done right. There is no pressure to sell. Price if firm I have turned down 100k offers ...can always build one for less if you want to wait and do the work. The buyer for this van is someone who wants to drive/buy and doesn't want to go through the hassle of a build and wants to see what they are buying before they buy. Never been off road. Its new. Miles are from driving it around getting everything done, so you can understand it isn't easy getting a build done...lots of time and $. Haven't even camped out of it yet.
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