2019 RAM Promaster 2500, 159″ WB
2019 RAM Promaster 2500, 159″ WB (Sold)
2019 RAM Promaster 2500, 159” wheel base camper van for sale with 300 miles.
Most surfaces but the walls and ceiling have been left unfinished (no paint, stains, oil, etc) and no pullware has been installed so that you can customize it to your liking. This van was designed to be highly customizable and is suited for a wide variety of add-ons, of which i am willing to install/ build free of charge (up to 12 hours of work, materials not included) or deliver FREE OF CHARGE anywhere in the lower 48.
Below the features list is a detailed ad. It’s a long read, but is worth your time if you want a professionally built van.
This van includes:
- Closed cell spray insulation
- Insulated floor
- Ponderosa pine paneled T&G walls finished with 100% tung oil
- Engineered hardwood floors
- T-vent door window from CR Laurence
- Dometic 13,500 BTU AC unit
- Fantastic Fan vent fan
- 300 watt PV array, 30 amp charge controller
- 30 amp shore hookup
- Alternator charging w/ 30 amp B2B charger
- 2000 watt inverter/ charger
- 170Ah lithium iron battery
- 30 gallon fresh water tank
- Instant propane fired shower in rear (point of use)
- Kitchen w/ base cabinet,
- Butcher block countertops ,
- Stainless steel undermount sink,
- Brushed nickel fixtures
- Full length overhead cabinets
- Full sized queen bed base
The van is insulated with anti-microbial, fire resistant, draft and sound reducing closed cell spray foam, and paneled with Ponderosa pine paneling, coated in 100% tongue oil for a protective finish, free of VOC’s. The floor is insulated as well with ¾” foam topped with ¾” plywood subfloor and engineered hardwood. The subfloor rests on “joists” that are fastened to the chassis with stainless hardware, and undercoated where they penetrate the floor.
The AC unit is a Dometic 13,500 BTU system that will turn the space into an ice box in a hurry. A 12 volt Fantastic Fan is mounted in the back over the bed and pulls a wonderful draft through the van when the T-vent door mounted window from CR Laurence is open. 300 watts of solar also sit atop the roof on a stainless steel rail system. Minimal roof penetrations were made and were all treated with great care and tested to ensure they seal out the elements for years to come.
The electrical system is my pride and joy and one I designed myself. There are 3 possible power sources: Shore power, alternator charging, and solar power. They are also prioritized in that order by a series of relays to ensure two chargers aren’t running at the same time, leaving you with an incomplete charge. The shore power hookup is a standard 30 amp that you’ll find at most campsites. It feeds into a Xantrex 2000 watt inverter charger w/ automatic transfer switch. It has the ability to charge a dead battery, which a lot of chargers don’t have.
The alternator feeds a Sterling 30 amp B2B, 4 stage charger that gives you a complete charge from your engines alternator. Only 80-85% charge is possible without a B2B charger. The 300 watts of solar feeds a 30 amp Victron charge controller. Victron is a top tier electronics manufacturer and I’ve been super impressed by their products and service.
All of this charges a 170 Ah Renogy lithium iron phosphate battery.
120v outlets w/ USB ports are placed throughout the van including one in the garage. The lights are the standard 3” flush mount puck lights that are in most vans (they’re really great) and are on a dimmer.
There is a 30 gallon fresh water tank mounted under the bed that supplies water to the sink and the spigot located in the rear by the tank fill. The spigot can be quickly connected to the propane fired, point of use hot water heater that is included. The pump is a 55 PSI Pentair w/ inline accumulator.
The queen bed base is for a full sized queen mattress, with ~39” of clearance space underneath. The kitchenette includes a base cabinet with Sapele butcher block counter top, fridge nook, stainless steel sink, brushed nickel fixtures, and a 5 gallon grey tank for easy removal and disposal.
The overhead cabinets run the full length on the driver side and are built on a steel frame that is welded to the roof ribs for maximum strength and rigidity. The four doors are supported by gas struts to hold them open.