2014 Conversion 2500 For Sale in Bellingham, WA

Last Updated: 4/25/2020 | Ad Source: Craigslist

Asking Price: $60,000

2014 bellingham wa

Camper Features

  • Model Year: 2014
  • Odometer: 93,000
  • Maker: Mercedes-Benz
  • Model: 2500
  • Size: See Below

Ad Details

  • City/Area: Bellingham
  • State/Region: Washington
  • Contact Name: Not Provided
  • Phone: See Below
  • Email: See Below

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We are selling our 2014 Sprinter 2500 conversion camper with 95k miles.

It is RWD and has the 4 cylinder 2.1L turbo-diesel engine which gave us ~25mpg avg fuel economy. We are the second owners, before it came to us it was a fleet vehicle for a solar company. We bought it in Hartford, CT and drove it home. The van was built to take us on a multi-month tour around the United States. We did 8 months in the van and have now settled back home. We are consolidating back down to one vehicle for everyday life AND adventuring, and sadly a two-seater is not the right fit for us.

General Build info:
A full album of build photos can be made available upon request.
• ½ R1.9 insulfoam board in the floors with ½” ply on top
• R-19 denim insulation in all the walls and every cavity we could access
• 1/8th” ply sub walls
• Canvas walls, aluminum behind sink
• 80/20 aluminum construction for bed, counter, etc. with wood finishes
• Two Motion windows added to passenger side- both open

The whole electrical system is built around a Battleborn 100ah LiFePO4 battery for superior weight and cycle life. Everything was scoped so a second battery could be dropped in to bring the whole house to 200ah. The Solar Charge controller could also handle 2 more solar panels on the roof. The 2000w inverter isn’t even close to topped out. I never upgraded the system because we never had issues running low on battery. Another solution would be to use the space I allocated for a second battery to drop in a progressive dynamics LiFePO4 shorepower charger. The system charges well off of solar, but adding the sterling charger off the inverter is a nice boost for those on the move more often.
• Battleborn 100Ah 12V LiFePO4 Deep Cycle Batter
• Sterling Power Battery to Battery Charger 12V input to 12V output 30amp DC powered charger
• Two 100 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Panel solar charge controller – Rover 40amp MPPT
• 2000W 12V Pure Sine Wave Inverter LED lights throughout (Garage, kitchen, overhead, incognito red, dim outdoor)
• MaxxFan Vent (above bed)
• Happybuy 2KW Diesel Heater Double Vent 2KW Diesel Air Heater 12V Diesel Parking Heater(under the passenger seat- controller next to the bed)
• 12v outlet for cooler fridge, we used it for an ARB (not included)
• All dimmable LED lighting including separate lighting options for: over counter lights, overhead main, overhead bed, incognito red cabin lights, garage lights (all accessible from the bed)

• Kitchen sink with 5 gallons of on demand water (pump and water in back)
• 5 gallon grey water tank

• We cooked with a Camp Chef Everest cooking stove
• Never had an issue with ventilation the fan running, CO2 detector mounted
• Plenty of room for pots & pan in the drawers
• Upper storage for pantry goods
• Fridge sits in a pull out drawer with extra heavy duty drawer slides

• Tri-fold bed design with 4ft of head room- can sit straight up- 48” wide, 80” long
• 5” foam mattress cut into three pieces (strategically so our hips aren’t in a crack)
• Two closets with canvas doors along one side of bed, plenty of storage below
• Narrow 4” trough along other side of bed with 2USB ports (great for all the things you don’t want to reach over your partner to grab)
• Cooking pedestal- we had the stove, fuel, and garbage in it
• Small table attaches to cooking pedestal
• Passenger seat swivels to face living area
• Track style curtain rod behind drivers and passenger seats for privacy curtain
• Net system above seats for storage- we kept jackets
• Magnet bug net fits around slider door

Issues on the road
No known issues with the van, we didn’t have any breakdowns or major issues in the 8-months we were roaming around. The few things that came up: A/C fan replaced (A/C was fine, just the fan), Diesel exhaust filter replaced (poked a hole in it…), gas pedal replaced (bad senor), new brakes, and a couple regular servicing’s, replaced old lap sealant around antennas.

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Last Updated on April 25, 2020 by MercedesCamperAds


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