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Old 04-06-2020, 09:38 PM   #1
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Smile 2017 Ford Transit EcoBoost CCV Pop Top 19k mi

2017 Ford Transit T250 (Medium roof) 148" WB 2WD

3.5L V6 Engine EcoBoost (19k miles)
6 spd Automatic with Tow/Haul option
Limited Slip 3.31 Diff
White exterior / Pewter Interior
Passenger model with rear A/C and front/rear factory airbags
Seat belts for 6 passengers!
Awesome condition!
Transferable factory warranty until 5/16/2021 (36k mi)

We are a family of six and purchased the van new in 2018. We designed the layout and had Colorado Camper Van do the conversion. All 4 kids (11 and under) slept in the pop top with my wife and I in the downstairs bed. We have loved this van. Fun to drive, great power, so much storage! It is great for 2 people as rear factory seats are removable or larger families/groups. The exact details of the conversion are below. Message me with any questions.

Price: $78,500

Complete conversion by Colorado Camper Van including the following:

Pop Top and Exterior:
  • Colorado Camper Van Pop top with full cutout and Arctic insulated canvas and thermozite insulation
  • LED lighting w dimmer
  • Maxxair Deluxe vent fan with remote
  • Airxcel roof mounted air conditioner with separate shore power hookup
  • Yakima Tracks mounted on roof
  • Exterior ladder on driver side

Interior:

Seating for 6 with factory mounts and seat belts

Driver side Cabinet:
  • Butcher block (Birch) counter top
  • 90"L x 22"D x 36"H
  • 2 sliding drawers + 1 fold down + 1 large area with panel doors
  • SMEV Sink and dual burner combo with regulator kit (Model MO299R)
  • 2 - 6 gallon water jugs under sink
  • Isotherm Cruise 130W Refridgerator
  • 3 additional charging ports (2-usb, 2-12V)
Passenger side cabinet:
  • Butcher block (Birch) counter top
  • 59"L x 18"D x 36"H
  • 2 sliding drawers + 1 fold down + 1 medium area with panel doors
Beds:
  • 3" foam bed (removable) in pop top - roughly 48"W x 79"L
  • 3" foam bed (removable) across counter tops - 59"W x 71"L
Flooring:
  • Vinyl (Gray coloring)
Electrical:
  • Shore power x 2 - 1 (A/C), 1 (All else)
  • Xantrex Freedom HFS 2000W Inverter
  • Dual capacity Interstate AGM battery and Blue Sea
  • Smart Solenoid (mounted under van with custom bracket)
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Old 04-07-2020, 09:08 AM   #2
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2017 Ford Transit EcoBoost CCV Pop Top 19k mi

Thatís a great setup, where are you located?
We have a friend that is just starting to look, this might be a good fit.
Is there enough headroom to be able to use the stove without popping the top and moving the upper platform?
Solar? Wired up for it at least?
Cabinet to be able to fit a porta potty?
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We are located in Waco, Texas.

There is plenty of head room depending on your height. We almost always cooked with the panels in place. My wife stands up no problem. At 6' 2" my head is slightly tilted down while cooking but was never an annoyance since I was looking at what I was doing anyway. So maybe 6' 1" with panels in place.

We opted for no solar with initial build but CCV said with our setup it would be easy to add roof mounted or portable panels.

We use a porta potty and keep it between cabinets typically at back of van while driving and right behind seats at night. Still plenty of access to fridge and drawers.
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Awesome build out. Gives me some ideas for my next build.
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Update: Transit is a T350 not a T250.
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