2018 Sprinter 2500 4x4 144WB, low roof with many high quality components

XPlorist

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Mercedes Sprinter Van 2500 4x4 Low-Roof for Sale. The ultimate under-the-radar camping vehicle, this adventure-ready Sprinter is waiting for you to add those special touches to make it yours. Due to medical reasons, I am unable to complete the project and have currently other priorities. Lots of building material included; the difficult legwork & technical components are all done - all that’s left to do is complete the aesthetic aspects. Ultra-lightweight aluminum-skeleton cabinetry is outfitted with featherweight bamboo. A sink gives you the flexibility to wash up after a day of exploring. DECKD system-install ready (available for purchase separately), giving you tons of storage space for tools, camping gear, etc. Both driver & passenger seats swivel so you can comfortably sit and enjoy your morning coffee with a view. Whether you’re chilling coastside or among the spectacular redwoods of Northern California, the Sprinter is ready for anything. Two roof-mounted solar panels provide a real off-grid experience. Marine-quality refrigerator with a freezer compartment means cold drinks are ready all day long. In the winter, a diesel-heater will keep you nice & cozy.

Has 30,000 miles (might change slightly as the van still being moved once in a while)

M2CA4X
744 Brilliant Silver Metallic
VU9 Leatherette black
AR2 Axle Ratio 3.92
C01 C01 Driver Comfort Package
E46 : 12V Power Outlet- Driver Seat Base FJ1 : I/P Hinged Lid-Center Stack Bin FZ9 : Keys - Two Additional Masters
SB1 : Comfort Driver's Seat
SB2 : Comfort Passenger's Seat
C03 C03 Active Safety Plus Package
CL4 : Multifunction Steering Wheel F68 : Exterior Mirror - Power/Heated H21 : Windshield with Filter Band JA5 : Light and Rain Sensor
JA6 : Collision Prevention Assist JA7 : Blind Spot Monitoring
JK3 : I/P Cluster Pixel Matrix JW5 : Lane Keeping Assist
LA1 : High Beam Assist
LD0 : Overhead Cntrl Panel w/2 Lamps Y10 : First-Aid Kit
Y45 : Emergency Flash Light
C05 C05 Premium Appearance Package
F46 : Headlamp washing system
LG0 : Head Lamps - Bi-Xenon - U.S.
RL5 : Wheel Light Alloy 6.5JX16
C06 C06 Workspace Access Package
ES2 : 12V Power Outlet Rear Compartment E28 : Auxiliary Battery 100 Amp
E36 : Cutoff Relay for Auxiliary Battery
L63 : Ceiling lights in load compartment T74 : Assist Handle - Sliding Door
T85 : Assist Handle-Left Rear Door T86 : Assist Handle - Right Rear Door W73 : Rear Door Step - Bumper, Gray
D93 Deletion of Cargo Partition (Standard) EN7 Audio 15 (Standard)
E40 Trailer Hitch - Wire Harness w/7 Pin Connector
Hitch installed
HZ9 Fuel-fired heater booster (17,000 BTU) upgraded to H12
H01 Heat Insulation for Rear Compartment
H04 Heat Insulation for Front Compartment
H13 Rear cabin heater and vents
H15 Heated Co-Driver Seat
H16 Heated Driver Seat
K9V Additional Quantity DEF
T16 Sliding Door- Right Side (Standard)
VA3 Side Wall Panel - Full Hardboard
V43 Cargo Van Wood Floor (Standard)
V94 Cable duct on side wall
V95 Cable duct on rear portal
X30 Low & High Range 4x4 Package
T75 : Door mounted assist handles, driver & passenger
ZG3 : 4x4 High Range w/Low Range Transfer Case
X61 Driver Efficiency Package
E1N : Becker Map Pilot
FR2 : Rear View Camera
L16 : Fog Lamps
MS1 : Cruise Control
D13 : Roof Rails
ED5 : Parametric Special Module
Aluminess Front Receiver Hitch


Insulation:

Lizard Skin Spray Ceramic
Armaflex
Thinsulate
Refleticx
Sound dampening

Heating

Espar D2 with Easy Start Remote
Driver and Passenger Swivel Seat
Upgraded to folding e-brake handle
Maxx Air Fan Deluxe
4 x 100W Renogy Eclipse Solar Panel
200 Ah AGM
Indel/Webasto isotherm Fridge
Ruvati Sink
Adventure Wagon Moab Bed (Bamboo with Airline tracks)
Decked Storage System
Furniture out of extruded aluminum, Pauwolina and Bamboo
Lots of airline tarcks
Ravelco Anti-Theft Sytem
2 Unused BFG KO/2 tires


Asking $47,000 empty (without furniture, Decked system, solar, bed system)
Asking 57,000 as is (lots of extra building material included)
 

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dstefan

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Can you comment on how the Lizard Skin worked out for you? I have an uninsulated poptop shell on order, and have been investigating this as a first layer. Did you do the apply? Has it been effective thermally? Sorry I’m not interested in your Sprinter, but it seems really nice. Free bump at least:)
 

XPlorist

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Can you comment on how the Lizard Skin worked out for you? I have an uninsulated poptop shell on order, and have been investigating this as a first layer. Did you do the apply? Has it been effective thermally? Sorry I’m not interested in your Sprinter, but it seems really nice. Free bump at least:)
Lizard Skin work out great. You can feel and measure the difference. I don't remember the exact reduction but it was quite a bit. I bought the set with their spray gun ( has the appropriate nozzle). The one thing to keep in mind is that you most likely have to sand it a bit if you want to glue something to it (Thinsulate with 3M 90 spray).
 
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