Dodge B300 Tradesman Maxivan (1975)

Sale price: US $9,000.00 Make an Offer

Condition: Used Year: 1975
Mileage: 125000 Sleeping Capacity: 2
Leveling Jacks Included: Yes For Sale By: Private Seller
Air Conditioners: None Type: Van
Make: Dodge Length (feet): 17
Model: Tradesman Fuel Type: Gas
Vehicle Title: Clean Slide Outs: None

Englewood, Colorado, United States

Vehicle description

My cozy van-home has been incredible to me through the last year; I’ve driven it cross-country, lived in it full-time for a year, and had many adventures. Alas, I am now back in a stick and bricks situation, and must part with it. It is currently registered in California with valid tags until March 2022. Title in hand, fully operational and insured. This van is pre-smog.
I’ve taken quite some time putting the below information together, so please read through all of it before asking me any questions. The van is old, but comes with an enormous amount of valuable extras, and is ready for you to move in. There is rust on the underside, as with any 45 year-old vehicle, but none of it is
The mechanics:
This beast has a V8 318 carb engine, with approximately 125k miles on it (I say approximately since the wheels were converted from its original 16.5” to a more common 17”, so the miles have been recording faster than in actuality (can explain this to you if you don’t know wheel conversion/speedometer stuff). I have put a whole lotta work into it. Within this last year, I got the following work done:
Windshield wiper motor, wiper assembly bushings replaced Coolant flush, tune upAll coolant hoses replaced Thermostat replaced Brake light switch replaced Coolant temp sensor replaced Speedometer cable replaced Fan, AC belts replaced Fuel pump replaced New front bearings, rotors resurfaced, new brake pads Steering idler arm replaced Fresh alignment Gas tank resealed Oil change Carb air intake filter cleaned It will need some additional attention, as older vehicles do, but nothing major or urgent. First thing would be to bring it to someone who knows carb engines, have them clean the carb and take a look at the timing.
Extras included with the van:
New starter Assortment of fluids and additives New (shorter) carb air intake filter Hoses, hose clamps Other useful odds and ends
The build:
This van is now what I would consider a cozy home. It is up to you to do what you’d like with the extras that come with the build, and your skills.
I pulled out the old build, ripped out the old floor, treated the van floor (removed rust and sealed). Mold treated and painted the wall panels, and sealed this puppy as tight as I could. It will still need some sealing work in the camper top windows, and the materials necessary for that come with it. I painted it lavender and white, you can repaint as you wish.
This is what the build includes:
Custom fiberglass camper top. Repainted and sealed with RV rubber paint. New wood sub-flooring and waterproof vinyl plank flooring. Waterproof patterned splash guard for kitchen area. Outside-mounted very large propane tank with indoor inlet. Custom-built bed frame. Will fit your memory foam full size mattress and a ton of other stuff under it. Custom-built steel cargo roof rack and ladder. It holds the solar panels, and any other cargo you may have. Also good as a star-gazing deck. Solar system: 4 x 100W Renogy solar panels, 2 x 100 AH AGM Deep Cycle batteries, Victron Energy Smartsolar 100 30 charge controller, GoWise 3000W continuous, 6000W surge pure sine inverter. All wired up and ready. In other words, everything you need to constantly make your own electricity, and run most things. It is safely mounted. Desk with resealed wood top. The top alone would cost you a pretty penny. Bluetooth color LED lights on both sides. Full size spare, and back spare rack. Dometic 32 CC fridge (retails for $500), low consumption. Fridge movable platform on sliders, custom-built. Thetford 135 Porta-Potti cassette toilet. Never pooped in, and always immediately dumped and cleaned. Custom-built, break-apart, and detachable porta-potti enclosure (doubles as a stool). Smoke and carbon monoxide alarm installed on ceiling. First Alert Fire Extinguisher
Extras included with the build:
NATO approved Jerry can and spout. These guys are expensive and good to have, believe me. Spare mounted bike rack. Can hold up to two bikes. Never used since I left my bikes in storage. Butyl sealing tape Reflective window coverings Additional vinyl floor planks Additional window blinds Levelers 2 x 3.5 gallon Water Bricks (portable water jugs with handles)
Local pickup, or you pay all fees and total before shipping.