NCV3: 2006-2018 2012 Sprinter Camper Conversion

MTrach88

New member
Location - Vancouver, WA (near Portland, OR)
Contact Info - Email: traveltrachs@gmail.com
Asking Price - $40,500

Model Year - 2012
Wheelbase - 144, 6 cylinder
Roof Height - High (you can stand up straight if you are 6'2" or under)
Mileage - 169,xxx miles
Style/Special - Camper Conversion


Link with all details and plenty more photos: www.traveltrachs.com/the-van


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- Power windows, power locks, cruise control, air conditioning
- Pioneer stereo system (6201nex) with navigation and rear cam
- Brand new windshield (replaced 4/30/20)
- Class III 2" Trailer Hitch Receiver
- V6, Turbo Diesel, 3.0 Liter Engine
- Clean title, in hand.
- 3rd owner of the van (first owner of the van as a camper). The camper build was done by a family friend of ours 2 years ago. Since I have had it, I've had all maintenance done at MB dealerships. Most recent service was about a month ago. It runs great and as far as I know, it currently does not need any work.


The "Kitchen"
- 12' x 12' Stainless Steel Bar Sink
- Faucet with Pull-Down Sprayer
- 7-Gallon Clean Water Tanks (x2) (14gal total)
- 7.5-Gallon Gray Water Tank
- Shurflo Electric Water Pump with switch (extra pump included - both are in like-new condition)
- Dometic Origo 4100 Alcohol Stove (does not require electric)
- Twin Spice Racks
- Paper Towel Holder
- Magnetized Knife Holder (with knife set)
- Engel SB70F Front Open Fridge (with mini freezer)
- Carbon Monoxide Detector
- Overhead Cabinets (throughout from front to back)

"Living" Space
- Couches or dining seating for 6 (3 on each side)
- When the bed is down, it is 66" x 63".
- Dining Table (that drops down to make the bed with removable table legs)
- Lockable Full Length Closet with 3 Shelves
- Safe Inside the Closet
- Storage Underneath Seats
- 10 LED 12v Recessed Lights with triple light switch. Each switch controls a different section of the lights.
- Dimmer switch at the back of the van
- Ceiling fan/vent with rain sensor and remote control
- 4 Electrical Outlets with USB ports
- Insulation throughout
- Seatbelts in the back that allows for 2 people on each side in the back
- Cargo netting in the very back (between the back doors and the overhead cabinets) for extra storage. It's where we stored our sleeping bags.
- Reflectix cut out to to fit rear and side windows for privacy. We had used 2 blankets to block out the front (I can show you how we did it).
- Drop-down table at side entryway

Mechanical and Electrical:
- 2 100 watt solar panels
- Brand new Duracell 105aH deep cycle battery (purchased March 5, 2020)
- 20A MPPT Charge Controller
- 2000W Power Inverter
- Lithium Battery, however, I believe it is completely dead. It was the house battery I originally purchased (instead of the AGM), however, it's out of juice and the company I bought it from went out of business. I will include it in case you know how to revive it. It was originally an $850 battery.


I have a travel blog in which I have highlighted a lot of the features of the van with more details about why I chose certain parts for the build. Copy and paste the link to check that out [www.traveltrachs.com/the-van]. There are also some pictures of the build process and more photos of the van on there.

I am more than happy to answer any questions ahead of time. At the time of purchase, we will meet at a Bank of America branch for the transaction.


If you are not interested in buying the van but are interested in just discussing the build and vanlife in general, I am more than happy to chat about that, but please let me know! You can DM me on instagram @traveltrachs.


Tags: sprinter, camper, conversion, camping, Mercedes, custom, van,
 

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