TOTAL RIP OFF!!!
He probably bought that nice conversion van for about $3k, spent a few hundred doing a horrible conversion, replaced 2 spark plugs out of necessity, and now wants $15k for it.
You can get a really nice factory camper van for less than half that price. Just inspected an immaculate 1989 Roadtrek with under 50k miles on it just north of there in Cocoa, for $6k.
Here’s a 1996 Chevy Conversion Van for $7k, and you could do a better conversion for under $500 within a couple of days with no experience necessary. https://staugustine.craigslist.org/cto/d/saint-augustine-1996-chevy-conversion/7368441244.html
Here’s a 2001 Dodge conversion van for $6500: https://orlando.craigslist.org/cto/d/orlando-2001-dodge-conversion-van-1500/7367027274.html
2006 Ford Van, needs a few interior panels replaced, then a nice blank slate for an under $500 total conversion. https://jacksonville.craigslist.org/cto/d/jacksonville-2006-ford-e350-van-for/7370170381.html
I REALLY LOVE THIS ONE! 1991 Ford shuttle bus, $2900. Remove the seats, do a cheap but fully functional conversion for under $500, and have a GREAT tiny house: https://jacksonville.craigslist.org/cto/d/jacksonville-1991-ford-econoline-van/7371606458.html Even the upper cabinets are already installed, just add doors.
Here’s one you might be able to wind up with for FREE! Between the spare tranny and the carpet cleaning equipment, you might be able to get your total $2500 investment back. https://gainesville.craigslist.org/cto/d/high-springs-2000-dodge-van-b3500/7362382234.html
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