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Ceiling and wall panels done in custom fabric. Garage area panels done in aluminum. Vinyl wood floor in front and coil in the garage. All insulation, EZ Cool barrier and sound deadening.
Solar & House Battery System
350 watt total roof mounted panels with solar charge controller and battery monitor, 220Ah AGM batteries, 1500w inverter/charger.
Removable 2 panel aluminum framed platform bed with aluminum/composite panels sleeps 2 adults, 4” memory foam mattress - (2 rails for 2 positions 30” & 40” height).
Galley / Water / Cabinets
110 liter Dometic refrigerator, butcher block countertop, powder coated frame, flush mounted sink with integrated propane burner, composite door below sink, water pump & 12 gallons water storage. 60” Aluminum framed overhead cabinets with 2 wood panel doors.
Windows & Vents
T-Vent windows rear of driver and passenger, 10” x 33” slider windows over bed sides, MaxxAir 7500 vent/fan with, bug screen.
LED interior lights with dimmer and 3-way switching. 110V and USB outlets in 2 places. Shore power pass through.
Espar Airtronic D2 Gasoline Heater w/ Altitude Compensator.
3 Box storage bench with seat belts, rear ladder and retractable side awning.
The Bandito is OHV’s comprehensive Dodge ProMaster van-build. We say comprehensive because even though it’s our most economical build, it ticks all the boxes you need for a fully-prepped van expedition. It has seamlessly integrated solutions for your house battery system, off-grid charging, cooking, washing, storing cold food, sleeping, sitting, and air-venting. The interior is completed with a full panel and insulation kit, and tons of storage for days on the road. And to top it all off, we don’t skimp on material choices either; you get stainless appliances, a choice of custom tweed fabrics, butcher block countertops, and sleek aluminum structures for storage. Building a Dodge ProMaster van that can be your base camp for adventures is not an easy task. It takes a lot of experience and fore-thought to dial-in the perfect package of features. Think of the Bandito not as a rookie to the outdoors, but rather that slimmed-down mountain veteran that simply knows what’s critical for a good time.