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Old 08-23-2019, 12:20 PM   #1
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help me value my Chevy Express 4x4 a home build

Think I maybe ready to sell my two year project and get a different van. I love this van, but it's just a touch small for two adults and two dogs. Otherwise, I would keep it. It's ready to roll, needs nothing. I have some local interest in it, but would love to get a non bias opinion on value.

There is a lot going on here, in a small platform. I built this van for 4 season use and to focus on gear/toy storage. More of adventure/weekender feel versus a camper van/living scenario. Tried to keep it simple and have some versatility.

2012 Chevy Express 2500 passenger van converted to a 4x4 by Offroad LTD
49,500 miles 4.8L V8
Conversion basically uses all GM parts and a torsion bar lift

Some key notes
Insulate for winter use
Webasto air top heater that runs off of the gas tank
Dometic CFX-50 12v cooler
Fiamma awning
200 watt/200AH solar system mppt charge controller
1000W inverter - two AC outlets
Plenty of 12v outlets for charging
LED lights in cabin and garage area
Maxxair Fan
Dometic cassette toilet
Passenger swivel seat
Storage for two mtb bikes and skis inside the van
Bluetooth head unit and backup camera
12gallons of fresh water.
Manual marine faucet
Use a standard Coleman grill with 1 pound tanks. Storage inside. Prefer to cook outside when available.
Bed plate form 60in X 69in or used cushion extenders for 60x87
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Looks pretty nice for a home built van inside. The 4.8l isn't as desirable as the bigger motors but I still think the right buyer would pay a good amount. I built my own as well but much simpler so I'm not sure what your into yours for but I wouldn't be surprised to see $50k+ quickly for it or more if you wait. 4x4, heater, and pop top is a great setup for the GM.
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