2006 Ford E-150 Stealth Camper Rig
4.6 liter V8 gasoline engine with automatic transmission, rear-wheel drive.
Professionally converted into stealth camper to sleep two approximately 5 years ago. This van was converted for an artist who used it as a home-away-from-home while traveling for shows and exhibitions. It has a great galley with microwave and fridge, along with additional counter space that could be used for a small George Foreman grill or storage. A Pull out desk serves as a great workspace, but doubles over as a dining table as well. The real passenger seat swivels so that it can face the table, otherwise you can sit on the platform. I am typing this while sitting on the carpeted floor, which is equally comfy. The rear platform fits a queen size air mattress, which makes for a comfortable and spacious nights sleep. The sliding door has manual pop-open windows which make for secure and dry ventilation. The interior walls are all insulated and covered for a tidy finished appearance.
Here are a few more listed details:
AC blows cold air -- a must here in FL.
AM/FM radio and CD player
2 DC plugs
4 overhead dome lights
3 side panel reading lights
Carpeted floor and top surface of sleeping platform.
Spare fluids (oil, coolant, antifreeze)
Full size spare tire
Swivel front passenger seat
Queen size air mattress with bedding set.
Rear platform incorporates storage underneath and two cabinets with independent access along the van's interior side panel.
Dual battery system to power reading lights and refrigerator.
Four AC outlets
Exterior AC receptacle for 110V electric plug-in
Emerson stainless microwave MW 8119SBM
3 galley storage cabinets
retracting work/ dining table recessed into galley cabinets.
Porta-john with cover for when accidents happen.