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Old 11-02-2018, 03:26 PM   #1
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Default FS: 2006 T1N 10 Pass 140. 95K

Selling our 2006 T1N 140WB high roof. 10 passenger. We purchased in late 2007 out of California. Original owners were a stereo shop. The T1N was their show demo vehicle but when the NV came out their show vehicle was now "old" looking. So it has a neat array of electronic equipment: 27" TV mounted up front, satellite receiver, 4x power inverters with 120V plugs, Alpine double DIN (slide out/flip up) head unit, all speakers updated to MB Quart, all wiring updated, 2 amps on for the highs and one for the lows. Full Alcantara headliner and perimeter "limo" lighting. All electronics are done to the top level. They told me when i bought the van that the upgrades were $17K retail. I just know I never would've spent that kind of $ to have them done but we certainly have enjoyed them Interior is still in very good shape. No smoking. Heated seats. PW and locks. Does have the Webasto coolant heater as well. I also added an interior coolant heater that's tied into the engine coolant system. 2 speed. Works great.

Mechanically. 95K miles. At 60 and 90K I swapped the trans fluid and filters, proper filters and fluid. Have the factory dipstick. Oil and fuel filters exchanger regularly. It currently has two glow plugs that refuse to be extracted so i left them. 3 are new. As previously mentioned it has the Webasto coolant heater and I also added a 120V coolant heater.Just had a complete brake job: 4x rotors, 2x pads, rear hand brake shoes and cable. Exhaust is quiet. 2 years ago I replaced the AC compressor, receiver/drier and TSX valve. This summer is was blowing warm but I haven't had it vacuum tested. Likely just needs a charge. Has rear air but there is an issue with the roof top unit so I have left it "as is".

Body: silver exterior. I have added European headlamps w/ operational fogs. Factory 16" alloys with Michelins. It's clean. We have ahd the chassis and body oil sprayed several times and it's our 4th vehicle so it has only ever been driven in the winter sparingly. That said, there is some rust but no rot. Just had the full exterior resprayed base/clear. All glass and doors/fenders off. Had 2nd thoughts on keeping so we invested in a quality respray but we really don't need such a large van any longer. Class IV rear hitch and proper wiring. Only towed a trailer 4-5 times to Scout camps for my kids.

So we're really not using this Sprinter much these days. Our older 2 kids don't travel with us any longer and we have other vehicles we use more. It's become surplus. May as well let someone else enjoy this low mileage unit.

Looking at $19500 USD OBO I'd prefer a quick clean sale and will entertain reasonable offers for someone who can close quickly.

For full asking price I will include all of my Sprinter "extras": DAD hardware/software; filters; factory ATF dipstick; 4x Michelin winter rubber w/ 80% tread on steelies; filters, etc. Several boxes worth.

Additional details:

- Alpine flip up touch screen head unit. It is wired for Navigation and back up rear camera. The BU camera wiring is to the rear but the camera had water in it so I removed and have no replaced.
- Alpine power audio control unit. Mounted under RF seat. Controls Satellite TV input and stereo in/outputs.
- Alpine Amp in LT long panel. Power MB Quart speakers.
- Hard wired for a subwoofer. None installed or included.
- 4x 300W inverters. 3x down LT panel and 1 RT rear panel. These are key wired so you cannot discharge the start battery.
- 27" flat screen TV mounted above drivers head.
- Hughes Sat. TV head unit. Mounted under RF seat. We had a subscription a year but thereafter just used DVDs.
- All electronics were installed professionally with top shelf components being used throughout. They have performed flawlessly in decade plus ownership, thus speaking to their quality.



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Old 11-13-2018, 12:39 AM   #2
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Old 11-13-2018, 05:21 PM   #3
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Can't wait to see inside pics. Nice Van
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Old 11-16-2018, 03:30 PM   #4
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All of the upholstery was scotch guarded from new. I had the whole upholstery professionally steam washed and scotch guard re-applied. The interior has held up remarkably well. It is no perfect but it's hard to find fault with it. We are Non smokers so no funky smells or burns.

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Custom made Alcantara headliner. There is limo lighting above this. Very subtle but effective.

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Old 11-18-2018, 10:39 PM   #5
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Quieter in here than I anticipated. Looking for some feedback. More pictures?

I have all work receipts going back to 2007. Big thick work folder.

Failed to remember that the plastic turbo inlet cracked 3-4 years ago. I replaced with the upgraded aluminum unit, it's a bit louder under heavy throttle but knowing it won't ever break again is a small price to pay.
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