**Currently being held for someone
I never needed hook-ups and with the difficulty of making reservations in the post-covid boom, being able to stay away from campgrounds is super important! I’m selling it because I’m unable to use it this summer and will be going back to school. Everything worked great on my trip, and I’ll be sad to see Gary go.
I’m planning on lowering the price by 500$ every 3 days, Also have lots of neighborhood interest.
2002 Chevrolet Express 3500
5.7 L “Vortec” 5700 V8, 11mpg (in the rockies)
Double sized bed
Convertible table / Twin sized bed
300 watts of solar, 220 ah of Lead Acid Batteries, 1500 watt pure sine wave inverter
- No hookup needed
- 3 12v outlets, 2 usb outlets, one 120v outlet
Private composting toilet
Quality 12v led lights on dimmers
R-9 insulated flooring
R-9 to R-15 walls
R-5 Insulated ceiling
Foot pump sink
Large 42 Gallon water tank
Alpicool CF35 12v portable fridge
Propane heater with thermostat
Carbon Monoxide Detector
Propane camp stove, basic cooking supplies included
Plenty of storage
Blank slate for paint customizations
Blackout, insulated curtains
New Kumho Crugen HT51 all weather front tires
Firestone rear tires with several years of life
- * This bus has surprisingly good traction, with four tires in the back with weight directly overtop of them.
New wiper blades
Small, non-serious leak of power steering fluid
Rear differential hums at certain rpm ranges, runs quietly at highway speeds, may need replacement / repair down the road. Common issues that can be lived with.
It has been looked over by the mechanic who sold it to me, the one who did the brakes and intake manifold, an engineer, and two farmers. All approved of it.
Remember the Express 3500 is a common, industrial vehicle. Has common parts, no issues should cause an accident or leave you stranded.
Brake lines redone
- The dash has an ABS warning light, mechanic forgot to reset light.
New intake manifold
I had no issues getting RV insurance with Allstate, meets Colorado retitling requirements.