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Van at a Glance
Fully set up. Awning is super fast and wildly convenient.
Side. Sliding Door glides well and takes little effort.
Front Right. Notice imperfections in Paint on Front (More pics on that later)
Front Left. Window Seals are super great everywhere except for around the driver side window. GoWesty.com was sold out of these parts when I was going to replace them. Oh well. They work but don't look amazing.
Left Side showing new propane tank as well.
All new hookups from GoWesty.com. All new water lines for the two outside units. When you plug in the center with power, the new on-board charger begins charging the batteries. If you're parking for winter, the charger "maintains" the batteries automatically.
Vent for when the fridge runs on propane.
Brand new as of September 2016. I never used them as we didn't need any extra room. We planned to carry a cargo box up top but never did.
Also new. The fiamma F45S is one of the best models you can find. Fast, easy, and you don't have to extend it all the way out in order for it to work (tight spot? no problem).
Driver side door.
Passenger Side door.
Previous owners did a great job maintaining the inside. The "wood" floor is new but I also have the original carpet if you want it. Camping with carpet is weird so we loved the "wood" floor.
Back Storage and clean mat over engine.
Seat laid down. The bed is 47.75" wide and around 73" long. The upstairs bed is slightly wider but not as long.
We feared being uncomfortable while sleep but it turned out to be pretty nice.
Canvas pop-top also has a window with netting to keep the bugs out but the air flowing.
Top vent still keeps water out even in super high winds.
We were able to form ice in the original fridge on Propane and AC. DC power kept the fridge cold be we never were able to form ice.
Dashboard. I'm not sure why I didn't vacuum the floor before taking photos.....
This is a meter installed just left of the center shifter. The top number reflects power remaining in the Main Start Battery while the lower number shows the Aux battery life. This is super convenient because you're never left wondering. One of my favorite features.
I'll probably remove this as someone may want the van as "original" as possible. Removal leaves no evidence of it ever being there.
This is the on-board dual battery charger/maintainer. It will charge the two batteries (start/aux) separately and once charged, will "maintain" them. Right now the van is in storage being "maintained" (which is why the meter in the previous photo reads 13.3V)
This converter allows you to run 115v appliances in the van. 1100W max I believe.
Current Mileage is now around 111790.
All of the original paperwork is with the van. I showed this to some nice folks on the west coast (other Westy people) and they went nuts. They had never seen the original stuff before.
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