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2010 Ford Transit Connect XLT conversion

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#1 Jodie



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Posted 10 June 2021 - 01:52 PM

Hi there! I'm helping my mom sell her converted Transit Connect XLT micro camper. It's in excellent condition and only 33,500 miles. She loves it, but not using it enough and decided it should go to another home! Asking $39,900.

Cozy, cedar domed micro-camper with Renogy solar panel & battery, ARB fridge/freezer (50L), wireless display, induction cooktop, ARB awning, Thetford portable toilet, 5-gallon water + sink. Custom bed cushions transform rear space into bed for 2. Lots of inside storage, plus Yakima swing arm and 2-bike carrier. Thule Combi hitch storage box, along with Yakima Skybox (rooftop storage).

Vehicle Specific Upgrades/Add-Ons!
- Tinted windows
- Rear suspension by Airlift
- Compustar security system (1 mile range remote start)
- Back up camera
- Upgraded touch screen radio interface
- Upgraded speakers
- Hitch receiver + wiring
- Rear access ladder
- Splash/mud guards
- Insulated window covers and partition curtain (removable)

The Renogy 200Ah 12V battery powers the camper's electrics and can be charged 3 ways. 1) Sun charged through solar panel, 2) start engine and charge with alternator, or 3) plug into regular 3-prong outlet using included extension cord.

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Edited by Jodie, 10 June 2021 - 02:26 PM.

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#2 Casa Escarlata Robles Too

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Posted 10 June 2021 - 06:03 PM

Welcome to the site.Nice compact conversion.

I saw one back in 2012 in Yellowstone at the

time I though that was a nice setup.Have not

seen any since then.


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