LISTING NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Class B / Bellingham, WA
This is Gertrude, or as I called her, Gertty.
She is a 1992 chevy G30 extended body van that was converted to be a fully independent class B RV.
She houses space for 4 passengers to both ride and sleep and contains a kitchen that includes a sink, 2-burner LP gas stove, and a Dometic mini fridge with a built in ice box.
In the back there is enough space for a queen size mattress as long as the mattress has a soft frame. (hard frame spring mattress won't be flexible enough to fit in the back)
She also has a toilet, shower (with a water heater system), air conditioning, and plenty of storage space to load up everything you would need for a long road trip or to permanently live out of.
Water tanks are built in, sizes as follows: 40gal. Fresh water tank, 20 gal. Grey Water, 10 gal. Black Water
There is an awning on the passenger side and a solar panel built onto the roof to recharge the deep cycle house battery so you don't need to run the built-in onan 2.8 generator to recharge the battery. (There is also a setup already installed to invert power from the alternator of the car to the house battery. It never worked for me but a trip to the mechanic would fix it with a very low cost, only one part needs to be replaced)
She uses 30 Amp shore power when hooked up.
The stove, water heater, and fridge operate on LP gas. There is a 6 gal. LP gas tank built in. The generator operates off the vehicle fuel tank.
Since I have owned her I replaced the 25 year old stereo system with one that has bluetooth and 4 new speakers.
Finally, her best feature is the chalkboard paint she wears on her exterior. This has made my experience traveling very unique as I received wonderful comments, beautiful artistic drawings, and the occasional child scribble. If you are an artist yourself, this is especially nice for you as you have a clear canvas whenever you want. (Chalk included)
My reasons for parting with Gertty are that my fiancé and I are expecting a child in February and needed to put an end to our traveling lifestyle to prepare a home suitable to bring life into this world. Unfortunately Gertrude cannot house new-borns.