NCV3: 2006-2018 2014 Sprinter 170 - partially built; Los Angeles, CA


Considering selling my 2014 Sprinter 170 (34k miles) mid-way through my build given changing life circumstances. This is a blank canvas for anyone looking to focus on the interior design as I've already done all the legwork with electrical, insulation, walls, flooring, etc

I've easily put hundreds of hours into this build already

Here's what I've invested/installed in the van so far:

-Aluminess rear bumper + deluxe box (w/ rotopax emergency diesel can) + shelf + rigid flush mount lights ($4300)
-Aluminess front brush guard ($750)
-Flarespace flares with black gel coat- ext on driver side, regular with CRL half slider on passenger side ($2200)
-52" front light bar and side/rear party lights
-Vantech roof rails ($300)
-Method MR301 wheels x 5 ($1000)
-Falken Wildepeak tires x 5, <2k miles on them ($900)
-CRL T Vent window ($500)

-Quest overland window covers for the whole van (>$1000)
-Havelock wool 60lb bags x 3 ($1000)
-Lumber incl 1/4" birch ply for walls/ceiling, furring strips for horizontal studs and floor grid, 1/2" baltic birch ply for sub floor (~$1000)
-Two brand new leather front seats ($600)

-Espar D2L (2019 model) installed with easy start pro controller ($1200)
-Maxxair 7500k Fan installed ($300)
-Dometix CFX75DZW ($1000)
-Bosch 8 gal water heater ($200)

Electrical system (alternator charger, batteries, simarine, fan, heater already connected, all wires run)
-wires, crimps, connectors, etc (~$500) -- van is wired for top of the line setup with 120v AC and 12v DC system
-Outback Flexmax FM80 MPPT charge controller ( Retail $515)
-Outback VFXR2812A pure sine inverter charger ( retail $2175)
-Outback Mate3s inverter/charge controller remote control and data logging ( retail $437)
-Outback Hub 4 ( retail $152)
-Simarine Pico ( with SC301 Shunt ( and SCQ25 Digital Shunt Module ( (retail is around $500 for all of this...hard to find..more info here
-Sterling BB1260 ( retail $425)
-3x Relion RB100 batteries ( retail $1050 each)
-Blue Sea 8023 DC panel (, retail $290)
-Blue Sea 8689 battery management panel..use this for shutting off batteries, solar in/out, alternator out, etc (, retail $400)
-Blue Sea 9088 AC panel with main (, retail $240)
-Total composites floor heating pads x 2 (~$500)
-Renogy 160watt panels x 2 (~$350)

This is ~$25k worth of components not factoring in the cost/time to install a lot of it (as well as sales tax). The van is ready for someone to create their own interior design or use it as a fully insulated empty box with a functional heater/electrical system while they figure out what to do with it.

Asking $60k or best offer for van with components

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Can throw in some dewalt tools if the buyer is interested (track saw, electric staple gun, jig saw). Also have all the supplies to finish the electrical system (crimps, terminal rings, disconnects, etc)


Weird. They work for me when I click them. Feel free to text me and I can send them 51zero-7two5-one7zero9

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