This is my van. Hope it's ok to post here since it's not an SMB (I see some others have posted theirs). I recently purchased it as an affordable alternative to an SMB, but getting it titled in California is a little more complicated... I found a way that it may be possible, but not sure and my uncertainty is leading me to sell it and save up for an SMB.
1994 *DIESEL* HiAce 4x4 Coleman Edition Camper conversion (rare!), automatic transmission. This fully converted Hiace has plenty room to lounge in style and once you’re ready for bed, just flip it into sleep mode and enjoy your insulated, cozy cabin on wheels.
More pictures here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/XCu8FDY9p1FAWvqx7
It has 155k miles on a diesel. Diesel heater in the rear! (these cost over $1k alone!). Starts right up and runs great!
85 Point 4WD inspection performed by Deans Car Care and all suggested repairs performed including:
-2 new batteries
Not many repairs were needed as she was well taken care of!
- A/C Blows Cold
- Clean US title
- New registration
- Right Hand Drive
- Rear Bike Rack
Ensured all mechanical components are fully road trip ready (have inspection report) though I do not work on camping kits such as sink, fridge, awning, wabasto heaters etc. so I'm not sure about all that, so sold as-is. Brake rotors are a bit warped, but this is an easy fix (looks like there's enough left to simply turn the rotors).
$15,900 firm (that's selling at a loss)
Getting a lot of inquiries, so here's an FAQ:
Current van location: Portland, Oregon
gas mileage: 20-24mpg depending on how you drive it
top speed: I got it up over 75 mph and kept up with traffic just fine
engine: reliable 2.8L *Toyota* diesel, starts right up!
Where is the rig located? Portland, Oregon
Do you accept trade ins? No
What state is vehicle registered in? Oregon
Is there a generator or how are the appliances powered when parked? No genset, house battery. House battery will need to be replaced.
How many seat belts? 4