Meticulously converted and ready for the van life. Life plans changed and we now must sell. It has never been used as a camper and you would be getting a brand new conversion. Looking to sell for a fair price. We will not get out what we have in it, not to mention the hundreds (thousands?) of hours of labor. It was a fun project I shared with my daughter as it was supposed to be her tiny home. We hope somebody enjoys the love and thought we put into it.
Engine and Base Chassis:
- Registered, Titled, and Insured as Idaho Class C Motorhome
- 1998 Six Window Collins School Bus
- Ford cutaway chassis with dual rear wheels
- Rear passenger side lift door equipped (lift removed)
- GVWR 14050 (4600 Front, 9450 Rear)
- 7.3 Liter Power-Stroke Diesel
- 141K Miles
- Transmission reportedly rebuilt less than 25K ago.
- 35 Gallon Fuel Tank
- Runs well; driven from Florida in January 2020.
- Strong starter batteries, less than 3 years old.
- Front tires: 2/2 Good
- Rear tires: 3/4 fair, 1/4 new.
- Rear living room design will sleep 3 comfortably.
- Entry via handicap door with folding 3 step RV stairs.
- 74 inch headroom, no ducking for modest height folks.
- Beadboard lightweight T/G ceiling (ľ x 4 inch)
- Rigid Foam Insulation: 1 inch in floor & ceiling / 1.75 inch in walls.
- Unique cordwood flooring (donít ask how many pieces I had to cut).
- 1925 refurbished farmhouse sink with drainboard.
- Brass countertop with folding extension.
- Built in 78 inch couch with storage underneath.
- Front full size bed.
- 30 Gallon fresh water tank with standard RV water hookup and bypass.
- RV 12V water pump
- 30 Gallon gray water tank.
- Composting toilet with powered vent (no blackwater tank to empty).
- For a small RV, a nice size shower/wet bath.
- Vintage steel lockers (1940s?) for closet and storage.
- Beech base cabinets in the kitchen.
- Beech overhead cabinets above bed/driver.
- Dorm size Magic Chef refrigerator with small freezer compartment.
- Window Air Conditioner in back.
- MaxxFan Deluxe 5100K bidirectional roof vent fan.
- 30 Amp standard RV plug
- WFCO 30 Amp RV power distribution breaker/fuse/charger panel.
- 1500W (3000W peak) pure sine wave inverter.
- Automatic 30 Amp RV transfer switch for Inverter/Shore Power
- Outdoor GFI plug
- 540W solar power (2x270) rooftop panels in series (max, 9A at 60v)
- MPPT 40A Solar Charge Controller
- Voltage Sensitive Relay (VSR) between starter and house batteries. When the alternator is running the VSR will charge house batteries once starter batteries are full. Also has bypass/jump mode for engine start which ties all batteries together.
- House batteries: 2 x 6 volt, golf cart, 235 Amp hours, deep cycle (2 years old)
- House batteries can be charged by converter (shore power), solar panels, or engine when running via VSR.
- Backup camera that can also be used for rear view mirror.
- Rear flood lights (not while driving!) for backing into campsites.