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Custom ProMaster Van Conversion With A Power Lift Bed by Mile High Vans


This is a custom ProMaster Van Conversion with a lift bed by Mile High Vans.

It’s listed for sale over at Van Life Trader for $90,000. This particular van is a 2019 RAM ProMaster with a high roof. It’s got 24,000 miles on it and was converted in 2020. Check it out!

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ProMaster Van Conversion With A Lift Bed!

The design includes a load-bearing slide-out (cassette) toilet.

There’s an outdoor shower system cleverly hidden right here on the driver’s side sliding door.

Look at all of that storage! 🙂

Kitchen with a magnificent view.

Beautiful ceiling work under the lift-bed.

With a setup like this, you can work from almost anywhere!

Look at all of that kitchen storage.

Here’s what it looks like all closed up. Notice the backsplash when the second sliding door is closed. Pretty unique!

With the little table flipped up for extra counter space.

Highlights

  • By Mile High Vans
  • Converted in 2020
  • 2019 RAM ProMaster
  • 159″ High Roof
  • 24,000 miles
  • 2WD
  • Sleeps 4
  • Seating for 2
  • Dual sliding doors
  • Electric bed lift
  • Maple butcher block countertops and table
  • LED strip lighting
  • Kitchen
  • Hot/cold running water
  • 21-gallon fresh water tank
  • 6-gallon removable gray water tank
  • Outdoor shower behind the driver-side sliding door
  • Soft closing cabinets
  • Weight-bearing pull out drawer with portable toilet
  • Arm table mount converts to additional bed
  • High-altitude heater under passenger seat
  • Large 12V refrigerator with freezer
  • 300Ah AGM battery bank with an alternator
  • 300W solar panels
  • 2200W inverter
  • PICO monitoring system
  • 6 12v USB outlets
  • 4 120v outlets
  • Bidirectional Fantastic fan with remote
  • New winter tires
  • Front and rear blackout curtains
  • External LED bar with interior switch
  • Happijac electric bed lift
  • Listed for $90,000 here
  • Located in Denver, Colorado

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  • Avatar merryl
    March 27, 2021, 1:20 pm

    This is really nice. Not real sure about the commode right next to the sink. But if thats the only place to put it, its definatly not a deal breaker. Happy travels.

    • Avatar James D.
      March 27, 2021, 5:00 pm

      Well, that’s just to store it to keep it out of the way. You would take it out and use it where you’re comfortable.

  • Avatar Theresa Perdue
    March 28, 2021, 1:24 pm

    Impressive.

  • Avatar Michael Rollo
    April 18, 2021, 5:42 pm

    90,000 nuts

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan
    April 18, 2021, 8:18 pm

    One of the nicest conversions I’ve seen. The bed is a very clever idea, especially to finish it underneath with the beautiful wood. I love the kitchen! The shower is truly hidden because I didn’t see it at all unless you use the kitchen faucet through the open window, but where is your shower curtain, on what do you stand, where does the water go? I do not understand outdoor showers.

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