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Old 08-28-2017, 06:38 PM   #1
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Default Loaded Off-grid Overland Ram Promaster for sale

This van is amazing. It was designed for a couple to live and travel full time. There are no compromises.

We chose the gas Promaster so it would be capable of world travel (there is no ULSD and DEF is difficult to source south of Mexico).

Selling because I am building a large expedition truck. I'll do another van after the truck.

Let me know if you have questions. Forward to anyone who may be in the market. Van is located in San Diego, California.
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Specs and Price:

Van:
2014 Ram Promaster 3500
All plastic trim professionally painted to match van
55k miles
No issues. Regular scheduled maintenance.
Tires are Hankook Dynapro ATM RF10 LT245/75/16 with 26k miles and we employ a 5 tire rotation to increase tire life
uConnect with back up camera
Power heated folding mirrors
Rear sway bar
Heavy duty hitch with two receivers

Cab camper upgrades:
Sportscraft swivel seats both driver and passenger
Lloyds premium carpet
Custom quilted insulation kit front and side windows from NRF, Italy
Driver and passenger window vents from Hulsberg KG, Germany


Camper build features:

Fantastic Vent 4100
CR Laurence driver and passenger side windows installed
Black out roller shades on each of the CR Laurence windows
12"x24" removable table on pedestal for front two seats
Heavy Black out sheets with magnets, which block both light and heat from windshield and front two windows

Insulation and sound deadening:
Floor is two layers of 1/4” EZ Cool insulation, then factory sealed 1/4” wood floor, then radiant heat by WarmFloor, then 1/8” sheet vinyl flooring
Walls and ceiling have RAAMaudio RAAMmat BXT II sound deadener as the first layer
Walls are insulated with polyiso foam board in various thickness depending on wall voids (2 1/2” in deepest areas) cut to fit and sealed with Great Stuff spray foam.
Ceiling is insulated with 1” polyiso foam board sealed with Great Stuff spray foam
Dual layer Reflectix insulation for each CR Laurence window

Structure and cabinetry:
All cabinetry is 1/2” plywood (mostly Baltic Birch exterior grade plywood)
Five coats of General Finishes satin white poly acrylic for an incredible, smooth finish
Hinges for overhead storage are spring loaded european hinges made by IDG
Shower and toilet are gloss white Nevamar counter grade laminate
5” step built directly behind driver and passenger swivel seats with rubber stair tread
Slatted sofa sleeper, which hinges to allow full access underneath. Slated bed pulls out to 48” wide bed

Upholstery:
Wall behind sofa as well as ceiling is 1/8” plywood wrapped in 1/4” foam-backed marine vinyl
Cushions are 4” firm foam wrapped in Dacron for shape and covered in Sunbrella (comfortable for sitting and sleeping)

Storage:
Over cab shelf: 60”x22”x7"
Sofa overhead cabinet: 72”x10”x13.5"
Kitchen overhead cabinet: 33”x11x13.75"
Floor to ceiling closet: 36”x24"x75”
Cabinet under sink: 28”x34”x21”
Kitchen drawers: 2 drawers: 24”x5”x21” 2 drawers: 24”x10”x21”
Cabinet under refrigerator: 24”x18”x12”
Toilet overhead cabinet: 24”x10”x12"
Hanging garage: 75”high x 72” wide x 7” deep with velcro straps and flexible hanging bags

Power system:
Three charge sources: 30 amp Shore Power, Solar, and Alternator
Solar: 600W (3 200W Sunpower flexible panels - highest efficiency solar cells available)
Solar Charge Controller: Morningstar TriStar 45amp MPPT
Battery: 640Ah LiFePO4 battery (consisting of 16 160Ah Winston lithium cells)
BMS: HousePower MiniBMS with Tyco EV200 contactor, reset button, flashing/beeping alert, on/off system power switch
Inverter: Magnum 2000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter Charger
AC/DC Distribution panel: Progressive Dynamics PD5000
Electric Radiant Floor Heat by WarmFloor
Electric tank heaters for all water tanks and grey tank
Three wall outlets GFCI protected
Two 12V cigarette lighter outlets
Four USB power outlets


Internet connectivity:
Unlocked ATT Netgear Unite Pro mobile hotspot with MIMO 2x2 antennas (simply insert your sim card and it is active)
Pepwave Surf Soho Professional grade Wi-Fi router with 4G LTE WAN
MobileMark LTM501 WiFi MIMO roof mounted antenna (coverage for both Cellular and WiFi)
This system allows you to set up the van as its own network, grabbing signal from either cellular or available WiFi networks

Plumbing system:
Water enters the van via a quick connect city water pressure fill. You can use city water to fill the tanks or to provide pressured water directly to the sink faucet and shower
All water lines are Nylobrade open mesh polyester braided, NSF certified PVC hose , which is best to resist breaking when in below freezing temperatures
Water Heater: Quick BX1612L Marine grade Stainless Steel 1200W 16 liter with tempered mixing valve (tested 15 minute hot shower)
Shurflo Revolution Water Pump
Shurflo Pre-Pressurized accumulator tank
Shurflo pipe strainer
Dual canister water filter with 5 micron sediment filter and Doulton Imperial Sterasyl Ceramic filter. All water goes through these filters as well as a Camco TastePur Carbon filter BEFORE it hits the water tanks (this allows you to drink water from non-potable sources)
Four 10 gallon water tanks mounted in voids underneath and connected together to make 40 gallons available fresh water
32 gallon grey tank mounted in void where spare tire was originally mounted

Kitchen components:
Butcher block countertop
Thetford Spinflo kitchen centre with drying rack, cutting board and draining lid
Grohe single handle faucet with Niagara Tri-Max 3 flow .5, 1, 1.5 GPM adjustable aerator
True Induction TI-1B single burner counter inset Induction Cooktop
All drawers are durable metal sided with soft-close glides. Dual 15lb magnets keep them closed while underway
Grape Solar 5 cu. ft. Refrigerator
Apollo 1.2 cu. ft. Convection Microwave (yes you can cook a turkey in this convection microwave) (New, never been used as this was a warranty replacement)

Heat:
DC Thermal ducted SD12-5000 600W 10,020 BTU heater thermostatically controlled
Electric radiant floor heating by WarmFloor (not meant as a primary heat source)

Air Conditioning:
Autoclima UGO 12V 950W 3250 BTU air conditioner mounted permanently in closet ducted to vent next to sofa sleeper (recently serviced by Autoclima). Intake and exhaust are through the van floor

Lighting:
8 warm LEDs dimmable from switch in kitchen and 2 warm LEDs on switch in bathroom

Toilet:
Separett Privy 501 urine-diverting compost toilet on custom box with high power extractor fan. No ned for compost medium. Urine is directed to 32 gallon grey tank, which is diluted with wash water (can be drained legally in most municipalities).

Shower:
24”x 33” x 74”
Nautilus self-cleaning retractable door
Thermostatic mixing valve to ensure the right temperature every shower
KES shower head shut-off valve
Better Living Products 3-Chamber soap and shampoo dispenser
Niagara 1.5GPM shower head

Entry features:
Flexco manual step
Ador power sliding door (Press a button on the key chain and the van sliding door opens and closes. You may never grab a door handle again!)

Extras included:

Stored in garage:
Clear Flow no kink flat polyurethane water hose with pressure regulator and quick connect
Grey water discharge hose with quick connect
Camco Tri-Leveler kit
30 amp shore power cord
Roadside assistance kit with jumper cables, warning triangles, emergency vest, tire repair kit
8ft telescoping ladder

Kitchen utensils:
6 piece Corelle bowls, plates
6 place setting silverware
4 short unbreakable short tumbler glasses
4 tall unbreakable short tumbler glasses
Magma Stainless Steel gourmet non-stick cookware

Bedding:
Mattress pad
Sheet set

Decorative sofa pillows

Shelving for overhead cabinets and under sink

Tred 1100 recovery & extraction (mounted on roof)

Price: $72000
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Old 08-28-2017, 06:53 PM   #2
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Wow, that is a great home on wheels you put together. The popularity of the B's, and looking at yours, and all it has to offer....I'd have to seriously think about hanging on to it. Look at the latest info Marco has published about the huge jump in B sales - and yours is top notch. Ron
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Old 08-28-2017, 09:48 PM   #3
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Wow, that is a great home on wheels you put together. The popularity of the B's, and looking at yours, and all it has to offer....I'd have to seriously think about hanging on to it. Look at the latest info Marco has published about the huge jump in B sales - and yours is top notch. Ron
Thanks, Ron! I will build another van after we build the expedition truck. The next van we do will be very similar as there is nothing I wish I did differently on this one. I may not do painted cabinetry as it is extremely labor intensive.
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Old 08-29-2017, 04:04 AM   #4
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If you could mod to fit two car seats it would be a win.
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Old 08-29-2017, 03:02 PM   #5
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I would say it is a winner as is. Too bad I already have my van.
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Old 08-30-2017, 05:05 AM   #6
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Just created a website for the van. Let me know if you have questions:

http://www.expeditionvan.squarespace.com
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Very cool! Glad to see it on ExPo site. GLWS...
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Old 09-08-2017, 03:56 PM   #8
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Nice rig.

Well thought out design.

Amazing workmanship.
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The only suggestion I would make is to put the water equipment in a separate compartment away from the electricals.

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This turned out so great, I'd be hard pressed to part with it. You could easily turn such conversions into a business.
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