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My mission at Vansion is to build the highest quality camper vans specifically for skiers and full-time, four-season nomads. This is not a typical Class B RV. This is what you buy when you sell your house, light out for the open road, and never want to set foot in an RV park. Propane, shore power, and black water tanks are now obsolete. Please visit for more information, photos, and walk-through videos.

2022 Ram Promaster 3500 EXT
-159” Wheel Base, 250.5” outer length
-Rear back-up camera
-Tow hitch
-Cruise control
-3” lift (The standard low clearance of Promasters is a problem if you want to go anywhere interesting without destroying your gray tank.)
-New 245/74/R16 Michelin Agilis Cross Climate tires (these along with the Promaster's extra wide wheel base give excellent control in all conditions)
-New Sumo Springs
-Available payload after upfit is 1150 lbs (same as an F-150)

-1080W solar array
-6000W Inverter (you can run the hot water, electric heating, and your hair dryer while baking a turkey)
Victron Charge Controller
-800 Ah lithium ion battery bank (400 Ah relative to 24V) with state of charge display
-Six-zone dimmable lighting
-Four 120V AC outlets
-4 USB ports
-This van is smart. It cuts non essential loads (heating/stove/water heater) when the battery bank's state of charge drops below a set threshold, which protects the essential loads (refrigerator, bed outlets for cell phones and medical devices, lights, fans)

-3500W Alternator Charger (Recommend!). The solar array is sufficient for 4-5 days in extreme weather conditions, but the alternator is a game changer as a backup power supply for extended travel.
-100% heated and insulated water lines and gray tank
-Vitrifrigo (top of the line Italian brand) 4.2 Cu. Ft DC Fridge (It is important to understand the advantage of a DC fridge: it doesn't require you to have your inverter on all the time, which drains your batteries whether you're using it or not!)
-13,500 BTU Dometic Air Conditioner 
-Thermostat-regulated electric heating (no dangerous fumes or emissions from burning fossil fuels in a confined space.)
-2 Burner induction cooktop
-14” Maxxair Fan

-Nature's Head Composting toilet
-46-gallon fresh water tank
-Reverse osmosis system
-15-gallon insulated, steel-encased gray water tank (It can take a rock hit and will not freeze in winter)
-4-gallon hot water heater (the water comes out as hot as you want it)
-Fixed shower with 4 solid walls, shower fan, and a glass door (consider the logistics of using the restroom on a cold rainy day while your partner is still lying peacefully in bed... you want that door.)
-Reverse osmosis tap
-Liquid soap dispenser

-200+lbs of 100% Pure Wool insulation throughout
-200+ ft^2 of sound deadening mats (This van is quiet, really quiet.
-Bulkhead and entry walls (These are not just decorative. You will understand the advantage of the bulkhead when you walk into the cab and feel a 40 degree temperature difference. Every piece of exposed metal is a thermal bridge, so I got rid of all of them. Other builders will claim high R values in the walls, but that won't do you much good if all your heat goes out the front and back of the vehicle! That's like walking out in a blizzard in shorts and an unzipped jacket. It doesn't really matter how good the jacket is if you don't use it right.)

-Beware! Van interiors get exposed to more water than you may realize, and most types of wood do not do well in wet conditions. I therefore choose only the domestic woods that are rated as “very durable” in terms of moisture resistance: white oak, walnut, eastern red cedar, and cherry.
-Hand-made eastern red cedar closet and drawer bottoms (yes, it smells wonderful)
-Hand-made cherry cabinetry and trim
-Hand-made butcher block countertops and retractable table
-Hand made solid wood white oak shower floor
-Cabinet grade birch plywood walls
-No formaldehyde-leaching particle board, no VOC-off gassing lacquer, no asthma-causing polyurethanes fumes. The solid -wood is finished with pure tung and orange oil. This is a slow and expensive way to go, but my team wants to apply toxic chemicals about as much as you want to live with them.

Additional features
-Ceiling is 72 3/4” minimum
-5-inch memory foam short queen mattress included (new in plastic)
-Custom stainless steel shower pan
-Queen Bed platform is 75” long
-Sliding bike/storage tray on 500lb slides
-Three screened windows plus Maxxair fan ventilation system. The bunk windows invite a cross breeze over the bed platform while the inner entry window allows you to open the outer sliding door and enjoy fresh air without the bugs!

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