My favorite feature of this van is the RV rooftop air conditioner, earning it the moniker "Meno-pauser". Though anyone that doesn't like the heat, excessive or not, whatever gender, can enjoy this anywhere a 110VAC connection can be found. There is also a small 110V room heater now that colder temperatures are here.
I originally got this van for my tools, but due to the CV-19 pandemic, I decided to retrofit it as a camper. I'm a small aircraft mechanic and having a big project such as this helped me keep my sanity during the lockdown.
There's a 36x66" bed area in the rear, with storage underneath. The bed folds up to create a couch, either facing the interior, or the exterior. The bed would be extremely cozy for two, so I'd recommend a sleeping bag on the floor for a second person.
Amenities feature a pull-out sink and stove out the rear doors; a 7 gal gravity fed water tank and a connection for city water - there is no gray water tank; and a 26qt refrigerator between the seats. There is a bucket you can use for gray water, and in a pinch, as a "self contained" toilet with absorbent material and compostable bags. The gray water drain hose has to be connected manually to the sink, unless you want to wash the bumper and your feet with mostly ok water.
There is a 110VAC shore power connection for the air conditioner and a 3-outlet 110VAC plug in the interior. The 14VDC coach system runs the interior lighting, fridge, and USB & 12VDC charging receptacles. There is a switch for a small coach battery and it can also be run on the chassis battery, or both. The system is MANUAL so there exists the possibility of draining the chassis battery. If this happens the van won't start, but it can charge all the batteries if plugged into 110VAC. I also have a small 150W inverter that can plugged into the dash for use while driving. Portable generator available on request.
Generous mileage included!