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2006 Chevy Kodiak Ambulance Camper Conversion - $50,000 (Ferndale)

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condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: diesel
odometer: 110000
paint color: grey
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: other
-110K Miles
-Rear Wheel Drive
-6.6 Duramax Diesel (last model year before additional emissions equipment became mandatory)
-14' x 8' box with 70.5" ceiling.

-Camper conversion includes:
-Full size bed/ICECO 12-120V Fridge Freezer/65 Gallon Fresh Water Tank/6 Gallon Electric Water Heater/Shower/2 Burner Propane Stove/12K BTU Heat Pump-Air Conditioning unit/1640 Watts Solar Panels/Growatt 3KW-6KW Surge Inverter-MPPT-Charger/13.2 KWH House Battery (277AH @48V)/ Secondary 3.5 KWH Hour Battery (277AH @13V)/43ā€ Amazon Fire TV/ RV Sink with Hot-Cold Faucet/ Diesel Air Heater/ 2.5" of poly-iso insulation on ceiling and walls/ Small microwave oven.

-Yes, the solar power generation is enough to run the air conditioner!! There are two large Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries installed. Both are 277AH with one being approx 50+ volts and the other 13+ volts. The 50V battery exclusively runs the inverter. The other is used for all the lighting, fans, pumps and other low voltage DC items. The solar panels are four-410W bi-facial wired in series for 1640W max output. A custom aluminum rack was made to hold the panels with large 6ā€X6ā€ footpads that were epoxied to the roof to limit roof penetrations to exactly one for the wires themselves. It does not leak. In the attached picture, you can see the panels generating 1288 watts of power this morning. It'll make slightly more in the summer when the sun is directly overhead.

-All pneumatic systems have been re-plumbed and upgraded for redundancy. The truck has an air suspension, air horn and air-ride seats. The primary air pump has been rebuilt, a new emergency backup pump installed and shut-off valves added so that a leak or break can be isolated and fixed on the road. A quick connect air chuck has been installed for the ability to use 130PSI air for whatever you have to inflate such as tires, paddleboards, etc.

-All pulleys have been replaced, a new radiator fan installed, new serpentine belt, AMSOIL oil-bypass system installed, diesel lift pump installed to extend fuel injector life. Vehicle batteries were new in late 2021.

-Many modifications have been done to the truck over the past 3 years as part of the conversion process. Far too much to list here. Email me with any specific questions and I'll get back to you.

-Due to the amount of time it took me to gut and rebuild the truck, I am more than happy to help a new buyer learn all systems in the truck and avoid the headache of figuring it out yourself.

-Selling because I had more fun building it than using it and Iā€™m moving before too long. Truck is driven frequently and located in Ferndale, WA 98248. Washington Titled, free and clear. I am not willing to finance/trade etc.

-Camper really needs nothing. All systems work as intended except for the flashing red lights (siren works). Some things I never got around to are: adding trim to corners, installing permanent gray water tanks, plumbing water heater into vehicle coolant loop, labeling all switches. You can spruce it up to your own liking.

post id: 7745808633

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