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Stealth Campervan Camper Van with Solar

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  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: E-Series Van
  • Type: Van Camper
  • Trim: Camper Van Solar
  • Year: 1993
  • Mileage: 190,498
  • VIN: 1FMEE11H2PHB11903
  • Engine size: 8-Cyl
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

1993 Ford E-Series Van Camper Van Solar Description

Selling my beloved campervan because I don't have room for it currently. I love this truck, it's big, awesome, powerful (8 cyl) and so spacious and serene inside. Some of the extras installed include four solar panels on the top (100W each, so 400W total), a big, beefy 2000W inverter, an RV van in the roof, and a smartv Samsung television (with a rotating wall mount). I painted the roof silver to reflect heat in the summer. I also put creature comforts in like a bed, a toaster oven (yes, there's enough power from the sun to run it!), some flooring, and a rug. I also put some LED tap lights on the roof (I've tried bigger and more complex lighting systems, and from my experience, these tap lights are the most convenient and easy). The windows are covered with easily removable black felt (facing outward) and plastic insulation (facing inward), so there's a barrier between you and the outside world when you sleep. The windows are also tinted, so there's a lot of privacy. I put up some curtains behind the driver and passenger-side seats - you can swing them open and closed via the bar at the to. The bed is up high so there's tons of space beneath it for storage. It's not pictured, but I'm including a brand new toilet that I never opened because when I replaced the old toilet, I ended up not using the truck for traveling as much. So it's still in the box. You'll also get some drawers (they're under the bed, behind the curtains I installed) and some kitchen stuff like a tea kettle, some plates, and some utensils. This van has a great vibe to it, and you'll feel very happy sitting inside it. You can take it and park it anywhere, and people probably wont know it's a campervan. Park anywhere you want on Los Angeles streets and don't worry about getting harassed, or take it on a cross-country adventure. One thing to note - most of the stuff I installed is removable, so you can fashion the truck in a different style if you wish (if you're a really big person, you might want a different bed - I'm short, so I fit on the bed - if you're 6'5", you might not!). Just about everything except the roof fan, the solar panels, the charge controller, and the inverter are easily removed, so you can switch stuff up any way you like. I created the van like this on purpose because it gave me the freedom to move things around when I wanted (I moved the bed, for example - it used to be on the floor, lengthwise). I'm sure there are some other details I'm forgetting, so I might update the advert with extra info - or any answers to questions that I get. It passed smog with good numbers in 2016, and it's got a great set of beefy tires on it, too. It feels strong when you drive it, but I'm not a mechanic, so I can't comment on the nitty gritty under the hood. You press the gas pedal and it GOES! :) Happy hunting for your future campervan, and I hope my van might be part of your future adventures!