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Old 09-23-2012, 10:08 PM   #1
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SOLD - 2011 MB Sprinter Camper/Cargo Conversion-8100 miles

For Sale:

2011 Mercedes Benz Sprinter Van-High Roof-2500-144"

Color: Brilliant Silver Metallic

Mileage: 8,100 miles(yes, not a typo…8,100 miles)

I am sadly selling my pride and joy Sprinter Van. I’ve spent countless hours researching, building and loving this van. Definitely bummed to let it go. Really want it to go to a good home! I’ve had some major life changes over the past 6 months and now is the time to part with this awesome van. The van only has 8,100 miles on it, still under full factory warranty. The van was special ordered from Wilson Motors in Bellingham WA and I flew up to pick it up. Currently located in Portland OR, I will pick you up from the airport if you’d like to fly and buy it.

Here’s the options I ordered with the van:

CT1 Vibration Absorber
D03 Roof - High
D13 Roof Rails
D93 Deletion of Cargo Partition (Standard)
E46 12V Power Outlet- Drv Seat Base
ER0 Pre-install for radio
ES2 12V Power Outlet Rear Compartment
F66 Glove Box Lockable
F68 Exterior Mirror - Power/Heated
FJ1 I/P Hinged Lid-Center Stack Bin
FZ9 Keys - Two Additional Masters
H21 Windshield - W/Filter Band
H22 Defroster - Rear Window
L65 Lamps - Cargo Compartment
LD0 Overhead Cntrl Panel w/2 Lamps
MS1 Cruise Control
RL5 Wheel Light Alloy 6.5JX16
RM1 Tires Mud & Snow
S04 Front Passenger Seat (Standard)
SZ7 Seatback Map Pocket - driver
SZ8 Seatback Map Pocket - passenger
T12 Sliding Door - Two Stage Opening
T74 Assist Handle - Sliding Door
W70 Privacy Glass
X90 DELETION OF SALES DESIGNATION "SPRINTER"
X93 Badging - Side Door Deletion
PD1 Multi-Function Wheel/Display Package
CL4 : Multifunction Steering Wheel
JK3 : I/P Cluster Pixel Matrix
PG2 High Idle Variable Package
ED5 : Parametric Special Module
MT4 : Idle Control - Adjustable
PH6 Cold Climate Package
F49 : Electrically Heated Windshield
H15 : Heated Co-Driver Seat
H16 : Heated Driver Seat
PT1 Trailer Hitch Package
E40 : Wire Harness-Trailer w/7 Poles
Q24 : Trailer Hitch
PW2 Window Package II
VA7 : Storage Net in Hinged RR Doors
W17 : Window - Right Sliding Door
W61 : Windows in Tailgate/Rear Door
PP1 Security Package
FY1 : Security Alarm
RR7 : Tire Sealant and Portable Air Compressor
SH7 : Airbag, Driver/Passenger Thorax
SH9 : Airbag, Driver/Passenger Window
Y10 : First-Aid Kit
PA2 Accessory Package
F46 : Headlamp washing system
JA5 : Light and Rain Sensor
LG0 : Head Lamps - Bi-Xenon - U.S.
L16 : Fog Lamps
PA3: Suspension Seating Seats

As you can see, I ordered nearly every option, including the Suspension Seats and the Bi-Xeneon lights. Those two options alone you rarely see and make the van truly a pleasure to drive. Nearly $46k I paid when all was said and done.

The van was built with the intention of keeping it forever. I spec’d many of the components from the Marine industry. Brands like Blue Sea, Princess, Isotherm, etc.. All wiring used in the van was tinned, stranded marine grade wire from Greg’s Marine. I used Stainless and Aluminum hardware where I could, to stay away from things that would rust. I avoided the use of silicone as well. The van was fully insulated with Raammat, Armorflex, Enguard and Reflectix insulation. It is super quiet and maintains temperature remarkably well.

Here is a list from the outside in:
-Insulated for sound and heat with Raammat, Amorflex, Enguard and Reflectix
-Wired with tinned, stranded marine grade wire from Greg’s Marine
-Interior walls from Luan and covered in German Interweave fabric
-Stainless Marine grade LED lights from Defender
-Isotherm Cruise 130 Stainless Fridge w/ASU
-Princess Butane stove w/12 brand new fuel cartridges
-Custom made cabinets from Solid Maple(Sink cabinet unbolts w/ 3 stainless bolts)
-Drawers dovetailed, glued and screwed. Accuride 100lb drawer slides used.
-Kenwood Exelon Head unit w/Sirius, USB+ Aux input
-Alpine speakers
-Backup camera w/7” monitor
-All glass factory deep tinted except front two windows. I had the fronts tinted locally to match the rest of the van.
-CRL opening window behind driver seat
-WeatherTech window vents
-German Bug Screen from EuroVans
-Fiamma F65 Awning
-Stainless faucet and sink
-16 gallon freshwater tank, 7 gallon grey water
-Shurflo water pump(demand pump, but still switched)
-Shower off back of van
-Multiple 12vlt outlets throughout van
-USB outlets
-OM150 Solar Panel and kit from AM Solar
-Morningstar MPPT solar controller, temperature sensor and remote monitor programmed for Lifeline Batteries
-2 Lifeline GPL 31XT AGM Batteries
-Blue Sea Fuse block and fuses
-Maxx Fan with Remote
-Leather Adjustable Headrests(still have stock ones as well)
-Prewired for Espar under passenger seat…I had planned on eventually adding one.
-Fiamma soft sided storage. Haven’t installed yet and will let next owner install if they want.
-The use of 80/20 structural aluminum, including custom panel bed and storage boxes.
-Custom HRF41 foam bed and custom cover.

I also am including the following extras(most of it from EuroCampers.com):

-Fuel Filter
-Cabin Air Filter
-Air Filter
-Oil Filter
-Aluminum Intercooler turbo hose kit
-Brand new set of rear Konis shocks that haven’t been installed
-4 like new Sprinter Steel Wheels(I was going to put studs on them)
-Extra interweave fabric
-Curtain fabric-25 yards of Navy blue curtain fabric...magnets are already in place and I have rough curtains that I'll include, they just aren't pretty...

I’m sure there’s things I’m missing, but I think I covered most of it. Of course, this list doesn’t include the countless trips to Home Depot, West Marine, Grainger, McMaster, etc…=)

The van can be used to haul whatever you want, as well as turn into a comfy camper van with the panel installed. Put a set of studs on the steel wheels and it becomes the ultimate ski van.

$42,500 or reasonable offer. Like I said, I really want this to go to a good home and am open to your offers. Please email me directly if interested and I will provide you with my telephone number so I can answer any questions you may have.

Full details and write-up on Sprinter Source forum.
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Old 09-24-2012, 07:50 AM   #2
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Re: 2011 MB Sprinter Camper/Cargo Conversion-8100 miles

How about posting some pics here, too? Can't see the ones on the other forum unless you are registered there.
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Old 09-24-2012, 09:34 AM   #3
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Re: 2011 MB Sprinter Camper/Cargo Conversion-8100 miles

I'm guessing PDX is Portland?

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Re: 2011 MB Sprinter Camper/Cargo Conversion-8100 miles

Yes, van is located in Portland, OR.

I have uploaded photos into my Gallery now.

Please let me know if you have any other questions!
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Old 09-24-2012, 09:23 PM   #5
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Re: 2011 MB Sprinter Camper/Cargo Conversion-8100 miles

I've been looking at Sportsmobiles for years, and have lurked in this forum to learn more. I finally joined today. Sorry if this is a dumb question, but is your Sprinter diesel or gasoline-powered?

If you have time and are so inclined, I would love to look at your van. That said, I'm not in a position to buy yet. This would merely be for me to get a better idea of what a Sprinter set-up is like (Knowing of course, that yours is not a SMB.) I completely understand if you'd rather not, but if you're amenable, it would be a great opportunity for me to learn more.

I am in Portland, by the way.
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Re: 2011 MB Sprinter Camper/Cargo Conversion-8100 miles

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Old 09-29-2012, 05:22 PM   #7
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Old 09-29-2012, 06:05 PM   #8
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Quick sale, congrats!
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