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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
320 watt total roof mounted panels with solar charge controller and battery monitor, 200Ah AGM batteries, 1500w inverter/charger.
Removable 3 panel aluminum framed platform bed with aluminum/composite panels sleeps 2 adults. 4 Inch upholstered cushions on all panels. Front tilt panel to create bench seat back when not in bed-mode.
Galley / Water / Cabinets
110 liter Dometic refrigerator, butcher block countertop, powder coated frame, flush mounted sink with integrated propane cooktop, 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.
Webasto Air Top 2000 ST, w/auto temp control + Altitude Compensator
3 Box storage bench. Rear ladder. Retractable Fiamma side awning. Aluminess Nerf Bars/ Steps, Roof Rack
If there were van popularity contests at trailheads: The Sundance Kid van-build for the Mercedes Sprinter would be judged as everyone’s best friend. That’s because the contents of this OHV package address everyone’s needs for functionality when venturing outdoors and on the road. Moreover, it does-so with a tremendous amount of style, and even more customization potential. It has all the critical elements needed for you and your family’s adventures in a Mercedes Sprinter van: A house electrical system with tons of outlets and solar charging; a proper kitchen setup with large refrigerator, faucet & sink setup, tons of dry food storage, and ample cooking and cleaning space; a sleeping and relaxing setup with modular bed and bench system; a ventilation system with multiple windows and fans; and a garage area to organize and store all your gear when not in-use. And if you think it’s lacking anything? The list of optional Sprinter van upgrades is staggering. Think of the Sundance Kid as your friend that shows up to the campfire unannounced but somehow winds up cooking you dinner, cleaning all the dishes, having an extra sleeping pad for you, and telling stories no-one will forget for a looooonnnnggg time. Simply dialed for outdoor van life.