I'm helping my friend Tony sell his somewhat famous Sprinter Camper/Toy Hauler van - perfect vehicle for traveling to events/races or trailheads and camping. It gets amazing mileage (20+) so it's economical to drive.

It's kind of a famous Sprinter because it's a 2005 Sportsmobile Brian Lopes #55 Signature Edition that was built to spec for legendary mountain biker Brian Lopes by Sportsmobile and the van was purchased from Brian. He signed the van on the inside of the rear door.

It's a Mercedes 2500 Sprinter 24-foot camper van/toy hauler (large garage in back)

Asking $39,995
Call or text Tony at 831 236 2812
You can also call or text me, Jim, at 831 713 7702 and I can answer questions about the van. You can email me at jim@jimlangley.net

The van is located in Santa Cruz, California right now (July 20). In a week, it will be back with Tony in Seaside, California (I borrowed it for a trip to Bend, Oregon for riding/camping).

VIN: WD2PD744155759757
condition: good
cylinders: 5 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: diesel
odometer: 129,847
paint color: red
size / dimensions: 24 feet long
title status: clean
transmission: automatic

20+ miles per gallon
Mileage: 129,847
Mercedes 2500 5-cylinder diesel
Automatic transmission (bump lever to shift gears when needed)
Just smogged

Leather seats
Swivel passenger seat
Carbon trim panels on dash, doors
Kicker sound system
Kenwood Garmin GPS, radio, DVD, backup camera
(backup camera has dashboard switch to turn on camera and view behind while driving, too)
Cruise control
2 cup holders
Storage pockets in doors

Sleeps 2-4
Bench leather seat 'tumbles' into a "gaucho" double bed for 2 adults
Bunk/loft bed for 2 kids
Stainless sink
Nickel finish pull-out faucet with sprayer
Kitchen countertop: dimensions 43 x 21
4 full-extension kitchen drawers
2 large double-door kitchen cabinets
2 large storage compartments for clothing , food, gear
1 large storage bin for smaller items over sliding door
1 magazine/book style storage
Elastic closure pouches behind driver/passenger seat for storage
Fluorescent ceiling lights
Fluorescent spot lighting
Three 110V outlets
Four 12V outlets
AMG house battery
Carrier ceiling air conditioner, heater
Flat screen TV with roof mounted satellite antenna
4 tinted louvered side windows for cooling/privacy
Window pull-down shade & snap-on cover (for sliding door)
Window screens
Tons of easy-access storage on rear loft for gear bags, bedding, food, supplies
Folding/portable table for inside and outside use (goes in carrying bag and stows behind driver's seat)

New paint
New Rhino-lining coated roof: white for cooling
Large dual mirrors
10-foot Fiamma awning
Roof AC
Satellite roof antenna
Backup camera
Foot/steps built into bumper make it easy to wash windshield
Mud flaps for wheels
Spare tire mounted underneath van
30-amp plug (heavy-duty 30-amp cord included)
Fresh water connection
Water heater (engine)
Gate valve for draining gray tank
2-inch receiver/hitch

Approx dimensions: 62 inches high, 88 inches deep, 67 inches to 41 inches wide
Non-slip flooring
White ceiling for improved visibility
Fantastik fan in ceiling
3 low-energy fluorescent ceiling lights
Bikes/motorcycle/gear tie-down straps and hangers
Kicker speakers with input jack
Ample shelves, cabinets/storage
Bench seat with large storage compartment beneath
Vents in both sides of body for gasoline fumes to escape
Adjustable floor gear hold-down tracks
Two 110 Volt outlets, two 12 Volt outlets
Air compressor
Rear doors open all the way flat against side of van (held by powerful magnets so won't get blown shut)
Large heavy-duty steel hand-holds on both sides of entry make getting in and out of garage easy/safe
4 large elastic closure pouches mounted to rear doors for easy-access storage

Foil sunblockers for windshield and side cab windows
Gear net over bunk bed

A few photos. I can email more to you if you're interested.

Jim Langley