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The Sprinter Camper Van is an all-around favorite among RVers and campers. With a hub-height clearance, it sets itself apart from other RVs, featuring an in-outside shower and gas burner, a Queen size bed, indoor/outdoor cooking, rear loading hatch and the ability to sleep up to 6 passengers.
In Curbed’s extensive coverage of campers, trailers, and RVs, we get asked the same question a lot: How do I buy one used? If you’re on a budget and looking for a converted Sprinter van, for example, it can be hard searching through Craigslist or forums for the right camper. Love campers and trailers? Come join our new community group. There’s often a number of Sprinter Vans for sale on Ebay. Ebay tends to be slightly safer than Craigslist for two reasons. First, you can see the seller’s rating (if they’ve bought or sold anything on Ebay before). And second, Ebay has a protection policy that covers up to $50,000 per vehicle if the Sprinter is not in the same condition as described in the listing. Dealers also sell on Ebay, so take note of whether it’s a dealer listing or a private seller.
Last Updated: 9/30/16 -Ad Source: Craigslist -Location: Transylvania County, NC -Seller Type: Private -Asking Price: $35,000 -Contact: No Longer Available Key Camper Facts -Model Year: 2008 -Odometer: 118,400 -Maker: Not Listed -Model: 2500 -Size: 22 […] (Source: www.mercedessprintercamper.com)
In Curbed’s extensive coverage of campers, trailers, and RVs, we get asked the same question a lot: How do I buy one used? If you’re on a budget and looking for a converted Sprinter van, for example, it can be hard searching through Craigslist or forums for the right camper. Love campers and trailers? Come join our new community group. But for anyone focused on finding a used camper, the options have been limited. A new website, ConversionTrader.com, hopes to change that. The founders—a group of ski industry types who also run SkiResortJobs.org—realized that there was no central place to find converted vehicles for sale, especially if you needed to look beyond your local area. While Class A and C RVs get a lot of love on sites like RVTrader.com, there aren’t many DIY Class B conversions or unique conversions using vehicles like school buses, ambulances, or transit buses.
Conversion Trader lets users filter by type of camper design, whether or not a vehicle is new or used, and proximity to your location. The site is brand new so there are only about 52 listings at the moment, but they offer a cross-section of campers that just isn’t found on other websites. For example, there’s a partially converted school bus for $12,000, a renovated 1968 Airstream asking $79,500, and several used Mercedes Sprinter vans. (Source: archive.curbed.com)