FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a diesel conversion cost?

A basic conversion costs about $15,000-20,000, including parts and labor.  With that said, every project is different.   All projects are done on a time-plus-materials basis at a $75 per hour shop rate.  You can reference the sold vehicles to get an idea of what a converted vehicle will cost.  Also, you can check out our YouTube video that addresses the typical costs associated with a diesel conversion.

Please note, we have a lot going on at the shop these days.  We take projects on a case-by-case basis, with preference going to the projects we’re most excited about and the customers who are enthusiastic and flexible enough to roll with the inevitable, sometimes literal, bumps in the road.

Do you accept trade in’s?

Not usually.

Will you convert my vehicle?

Maybe.  Are you pumped about your project?  Are you willing to roll with the sometimes unpredictable schedule of a small shop building a custom vehicle?  Do you have enough room in your budget to cover issues that might arise during the build?  We’re always happy to chat with fellow Cummins fans about whether our shop is the right one for you.

All customer projects are done on a time-plus-materials basis at a $75 per hour shop rate.

Will you do regular service and preventative maintenance  on my vehicle?

Nope, not unless you’re an existing client or your project is on our shop bucket list.

What services do you offer?

We manage or perform 100% of the vehicle project.  This means your vehicle stays under our watchful eye for the entire project.

We do:

  • Engine mechanical
  • Chassis and suspension
  • Body and paint restoration
  • Interior and upholstery
  • Custom part fabrication

What is your return policy?

We accept new, unused parts up to 30 days after purchase.  After 30 days, there will be a 25% restocking fee.

Do the vehicles you sell have a warranty?

No, custom built vehicles do not carry any warranty.   Vehicles purchased from Adventure Vehicles NW are sold “AS IS WHERE IS” with no warranty written or implied.

What if I still have questions?

Send us an email or give us a call.