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  1. #1
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    Long shot: Winny Travato van for sale

    A friend is selling this; located in Phoenix. Iíve camped along side it may times, itís in excellent condition. 23,000 miles; itís a 2017.

    PM for more info. Motivated seller.

    Specs:

    At 21 feet long, and only 9 feet tall, the Travato is unbelievably agile, while still offering a full feature RV experience that is perfect for the adventurous explorer. The base for the Travato is the Ram ProMaster chassis, which will please value conscious enthusiasts with its amazing fuel efficiency. This is the US version of what has been Europeís most successful commercial cargo van from Fiat, the Ducato. The ProMaster features the 3.6 litre 280 horsepower V6 front wheel drive gas powertrain, paired up with a six speed automatic transmission offers torque at 258 lb ft, allowing you to tow up to 3,500 lbs!

    With swivel cab seats, LED lighting, GPS touch screen navigation with SiriusXM satellite radio, a split dinette, and an abundance of features, the Travato delivers a whole lot of fun for less. It has all features for a full RV experience, including a 2,800 watt CumminsOnan gasoline generator, Coleman Mach 10 quieter 13.5 BTU high efficiency AC, Truma Combi hot water and heating system, refrigerator and freezer, and microwave and convection oven that will allow you to bake, brown and roast just like a traditional oven, Jensen radio speakers inside and out, two burner stove, 100 watt solar, Fiama two bike rack, DLX pwr vent fan, screen door both rear and side, black and grey holding tank heater, shower and full flush porcelain toilet.

    Sleeps 2
    Length 21 ft
    Ext Width 6 ft 9 in
    Ext Height 9 ft 4 in
    Int Height 6 ft 3 in
    Hitch Weight 350 lbs
    Tow Capacity 3500 lbs
    Fresh Water Capacity 23 gals
    Grey Water Capacity 13 gals
    Black Water Capacity 13 gals
    Fuel Type Gasoline
    Engine 3.6L V6
    Chassis Ram ProMaster 3500
    Horsepower 280 hp
    Fuel Capacity 24 gals
    Wheelbase 159 in
    Beds Twins converts to queen with table
    Refrigerator Type 110 12 Volt Compressor Driven with Freezer
    Cooktop 2 Burners
    Shower Size 25" x 43"
    Awnings 1
    LP Tank Capacity 6gal
    Water Heater Cap 2.5gal
    Water Heater Type. On Demand
    AC BTU 13500 btu
    24" HDTV LR
    13' Powered awning with LED Lights
    Shower Type Wet/Bath Shower
    Axle Weight Front 4630 lbs
    Axle Weight Rear 5291 lbs
    Gross Combined Weight 11500 lbs

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    How much moola?

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    $70k.

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    For a second I thought that was a crapper next to the stove in the last plan layout pic..
    Maybe it’s a urinal sink?

    Comfy rig. GLWS
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyoverland Captive View Post
    $70k.
    Jeebus
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    Tell your bud to look at RV trader at the other 2017's with low miles. better to say 59k firm than 70k and motivated.

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    Good point; Iíll pass the info on.

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    Last thought: if I were selling one of these, I might go so far as to lead with the bathroom. They nailed the van/bathroom layout in these. I was going to copy it when I was thinking about building a van. True luxury for the average van lifer with visions of exhibitionist shitting on a cassette toilet while a circle of friends cheers you on.

    All the privacy of one of the typical Winnebago ERA or even OSV bathrooms with almost none of the ridiculous loss of space.


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    Cool that you can pick outfits out of the dresser while you're receiving a blumpkin from the local lot lizard

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcski View Post
    Cool that you can pick outfits out of the dresser while you're receiving a blumpkin from the local lot lizard
    I figured that was implied

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    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    For a second I thought that was a crapper next to the stove in the last plan layout pic..
    Maybe it’s a urinal sink?

    Comfy rig. GLWS

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    Sent my coworker the link to this thread. He was driving back from Florida a month ago with a single axle trailer, and near Syracuse the axle snapped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcski View Post
    Cool that you can pick outfits out of the dresser while you're receiving a blumpkin from the local lot lizard
    That's luxury. You can also open the back doors at the same time for the true kink exhibitionist experience.
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
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    Really, being able to have a nice open air shit on an actual toilet might be the best selling point here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    Really, being able to have a nice open air shit on an actual toilet might be the best selling point here.
    snort, it does look comfy!

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    im not a buyer but whats the mpg?
    nice open air crapper for sure tho
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    Owner says between 18-22mpg.

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    Close to what I want to build. But my budget is about 30k
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    Quote Originally Posted by Core Shot View Post
    Maybe itís a urinal sink?
    Is there some other kind of sink?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    Is there some other kind of sink?
    My wife would seem to think so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    Really, being able to have a nice open air shit on an actual toilet might be the best selling point here.
    Wasn't there a "hall of fame" thread somewhere? This quote gets my vote.

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