2002 Freightliner Sprinter - $30,000

Make, Model, Year: 2002 Freightliner Sprinter

Mileage: 215,000

Location: Oregon

Description of Van:

We're looking to sell it for $30k (OR BEST OFFER).
To put that number in perspective, we put over $35,000 into this van (plus the countless hours of building and planning). It's hard for us to put a price on it, because to us it's priceless. It's our home! If you're really interested, let us know.

Yes, it's an older van with a good amount of miles on it. But Sprinters are known to go for 500k+ miles. We put 35k miles on it in a little over two years, driving all across the US, Canada and Mexico. Mechanically, you won't have to worry about any big repairs for a long time. Everything will have already been fixed! We'll also be making sure it's spotlessly clean. Check out the details below...


  • Brand new transmission installed
    • Fully rebuilt transmission replaced original transmission (215k miles)
    • $3,500 repair
  • Brand new suspension
    • Installed new rear leafs (215k miles)
    • Installed new rear shocks (215k miles)
    • Installed new front shocks (215k miles)
    • $2,500 repair
  • Newly installed exhaust system
    • Installed original full exhaust system for CA smog regulations
    • Installed at ~210k miles
    • $1,500 repair
  • All weather tires
    • Installed at ~190k miles
  • Fixed all small known small mechanical issues
    • Wheel speed sensor replaced (~195k miles) $1,000
    • Wheel speed sensor wiring replaced (~195k miles) 
    • EGR valve replaced (~190k miles) $700
  • Body rust
    • Cosmetic body rust that needs to be eventually fixed


  • Bed lift ($1,500)
    • Transform your bedroom to your living room with the press of a button
    • Huge amount of usable living space for overall small space
  • Power
    • Giant 320Ahr lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery pack
      • Lightweight, long cycle life, safe
      • Can use up to 80% of capacity with no issues
    • 200W solar
      • Stay fully charged as long as the sun shines
    • 1kW pure sine wave inverter
      • Plug in normal 120V appliances
      • Charge laptops, cameras, other electronics
    • Automatic Charging Relay
      • If the sun isn't shining for a while, charge up using the alternator
      • You can choose when you want this on with a simple switch
  • Water
    • 2x 6 gallon jugs for fresh water
    • 1x 6 gallon jug for grey water
    • Electric pump
    • Normal, deep kitchen sink
  • Kitchen
    • 12V super efficient 65L Engel fridge
    • Storage for portable stove
    • Plenty of storage
    • Live edge olive slab counters
  • Storage
    • Large storage under bench seats
    • Clothing storage above cab
    • Cabinet storage throughout
  • Ventilation
    • Fantastic vent (manual, 3-speed)
    • Kitchen window


  • Aluminess roof rack ($1,400)
  • Aluminess side ladder ($400)
  • Roof storage box (under solar panels)
    • We use it to store two crash pads + inflatable paddle board
  • Roof surfboard storage
    • Locking storage rack for boards
    • No messing with straps, stacked boards
  • Rhino Rack manual awning ($400)
  • Custom redwood back stoop
  • Trailer tow package

Contact: homesweetvanlife@gmail.com

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