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Old 01-04-2020, 06:24 AM   #1
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Homebuilt Transit conversion in VA

Not mine. This just showed up on the local CL and might be of interest to somebody with money to spend.

"This van has everything you need to spend up to a week outdoors..."

2018 Ford Transit camper conversion - $1

2018 ford transit 250
condition: like new
cylinders: 6 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 24000
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
Selling my 2018 Ford Transit camper conversion. I am the original owner and the builder. This van has everything you need to spend up to a week outdoors, knowing you have all of your gear with you. If you have any other questions feel free to message me. None of the outdoor gear will be included in the sale of this van. It is there to provide a size reference. Asking $50,000 OBO text me for more info. No calls

2018 Ford Transit 250

-Original owner

-Current state inspection

-Medium wheelbase/high roof (6’3)

-3.5L Eco boost

-24,000 miles: still under Ford factory engine (36k) and transmission (50k) warranties

-Oil changed every 5,000 miles and tire rotation

-Currently sits on larger Cooper Discovery ST MAX AT tires (never punctured)

-Comes with the original five Hankook Dynapro tires that are BRAND NEW

-Have off-road lights on rear for assistance reversing or lighting up camp

-Windows tinted to 50% with rain guards installed

-Tow package with 2in receiver

-Backup camera


-Bench seat/storage compartment in living space

-5 gallon thetford toilet

-Lagoon swivel table with wooden top

-Hurricane 6in fan/1500w ceramic heater

-Maxxair van on roof

-Bug screens included for front windows to draw in fresh air while parked

-Passenger seat swivels to provide comfort and create a table for two

-Rubber coin style mat covers floor and interior of cabinets

-The roof, walls, and floor have been insulated.


-54qt Costway Fridge/Freezer (holds a week of food) on 300lb slides

-26 gallon fresh water capability/6 gallon grey water tank

-Marine style foot pump for sink to save on power

-False/hidden cabinet to keep important items safe

-Huge top drawer on 300lb slides to store all cooking supplies and dry food

-Multiple baskets on kitchen wall for extra storage

-Stainless steal counter top

-“Hidden” propane tank and 6 foot cable. Turn On/Off from kitchen

-Storage shelves in sink cabinet that holds up to 6 pairs of shoes, trashcan, dust broom, and other small items


-Full size trifold memory foam bed (sheets and pillows not included)

-Bed folds up on rear end to become a chase for comfortable movie watching

-Clothing storage next to bed could hold two wardrobes minus jackets

-Large storage next to bed in the invertor’s compartment for personal items

-Bookshelf next to bed

-Control panel for lights, chargers, and charge controller next to bed


-2 x 100-watt renogy solar panels

-200 amp hours of battery life

-Victron Energy charge controller and charge monitor

-2 amp trickle charger for when you are parked and need shore power or longer storage periods

-Battery isolator to charge solar battery bank while driving or start car if both van batteries somehow die

-1500 watt pure sine invertor for 110 applications (laptops, blenders, etc)

Under bed storage

I originally built this van to haul mountain bikes and dirt bikes along with all my other gear. You can fit 85cc or smaller inside and a hitch rack for large CC bikes.

-Large enough to fit 2 x XL Santa Cruz megatower (largest MTB in the industry)

-2 x MTB mounts

-I fit 2 pairs of 180 skis along the left side

-Enough shelving for all outdoor gear

-12v power outlet on rear door

$50,000 OBO. No Trades.

The never beginning project.
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Old 01-04-2020, 09:12 AM   #2
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Super functional build but I'm not sure exposed plywood and 2x4's are going to get anyone to spend $50k. I wish them luck.

Currently vanless. Weird.
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Old 01-04-2020, 06:55 PM   #3
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I thought the same thing; a little bit of finishing work would have made a huge improvement in the appearance and appeal of the build.
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