Asking Price: $29,500
Key Camper Facts
- Model Year: 2007
- Trim / Maker: E-250
- Odometer: 156,000
- Engine: 8 cylinder
- Transmission: See Below
- Ad Source: Direct
- Location: Houston, Texas
- Contact Name: Mario
- Phone: (832) 212-9379
- Email: [email protected]
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2007 White Ford E-250 Regency body van conversion.
Hi all, I purchased this van in Houston, TX. with 145K miles in 2019 immediately took it to a mechanic and got the drag link bar and front bushings replaced since the van swayed a lot, after that it feels and drives very nicely.
Converted it during the pandemic lockdown this 2020, finished by May and since then have taken it to a trip to Denver and Vail Colorado during memorial day weekend, another trip in July 2020 to my hometown in Mexico and recently to Yellowstone National Park in September 2020, the van now has 156K miles and have performed oil changes every 5K miles due to the Synthetic oil I use.
The rear side doors of the van can only be locked/unlocked with the actual key, the rest of the doors are locked/unlocked with remote.
Prior to insulation I installed Kilmat 50ml. sound deadening mats to muffle the metal vibration noise, after that I used 1/2″ XPS insulation on the floor and ceiling and 1″ in the walls, the wood used for the walls is 1/4″ birch plywood, the cabinets and subfloor are 1/2″ birch plywood and the floor is grey vinyl.
Interior Design/ Specs
Clearance: 71.5” (1/2 short of 6 feet, 6 feet under fan/ in front of sink)
- 66″L. x 33″W. at 22″ from floor.
- Lucid 5″ Gel Memory Foam Mattress cut to fit bed dimensions.
- Side bed Storage cubby 15″L. x 8″W x 10″Deep
- Under bed storage/ garage
I wanted to have lot’s of storage in the van. so we built upper cabinets on each side which I use for groceries storage, another longer cabinet above the bed for bedding / misc. storage, a closet in the middle section of the passenger side which holds at least 10 clothe changes an a locked shelf in the bottom to lock electronics when away from the van as well as an upper cabinet which I use for underwear, etc. and one more cabinet above the driver section, where I have mounted the power inverter and cellphone booster and have plenty more space for storage.
Desk / Counter:
Since I have a remote full time job I decided to build a desk for my laptop and monitor that I could also use as small kitchen prep area, the desk dimensions are 43-1/2″L x 18″W sitting at 29″ from the floor. There’s also a 39″L x 5″W Shelf above the desk.
Solar / Electrical Setup
- 2 Renogy 160w. 12v. Flexible solar panels.
- Renogy Advanced Rover 40AMP 12v/24V DC MPPT Charge Controller with Bluetooth adapter and LCD screen.
- 3 Vmax AGM 12v. 125Ah. Deep Cycle Batteries. for 375 Ah. total.
- WZRELB 3000W. Pure Sine Wave Inverter 12v. DC to 120v. AC and 6000W. Peak.
- Keyline 12v. 140 Amp Smart dual Battery Isolator
- 4x LED recessed lights
- Ikea Sink: 15-1/2″ x 13-1/2″
- Dish tray
- Walmart Faucet + Amazon Shower Faucet
- Flip Table: 26″L x 16″W for Coleman Triton Propane Camping Stove.
- Black+Decker AC 2.5cu. ft. Fridge with freezer: 17-1/2″Wide x 19″Depth x 26″ Hight.
- Spice Shelf 15″L. x 2-1/2″Deep.
- V drawer with some storage space between the fridge and the sink.
- Fire Extinguisher.
- 00-05100K MaxxFan with White Rain Lid, manual.
- 2K Chinese Diesel Heater with 10L. Diesel Tank.
- Rearview mirror with dashcam and reverse cam.
- Touchscreen Kenwood Stereo.
- 6 Pioneer Speakers.
- weBoost Drive X RV Cellphone booster.
- Noco GCP2 15 Amp. 125v. Port Plug Power Intlet
- 13G. Water Tank.
- 5G. Grey Water Tank.
- 3.5g. p/minute 12v. Water pump.
Last Updated on October 11, 2020 by FordCamperAds