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Atli has chosen full-time van dwelling as a long term housing solution because it helps her spend less money, work a flexible job, travel when she wants, and have her own mobile home in the city.


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Mat and Danielle from Exploring Alternatives have just shared an updated video tour of their stealthy DIY camper van conversion!

Couple’s Budget Off-Grid Camper Van After Years Living In It!

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2016 Mercedes Sprinter 4×4, 144″ Adventure van. 34,500 miles. In near perfect condition. 
Baja Mobile and Snow/Mountain. Easily live and work from your portable office. Miles are from highway drives across the US.1


Custom 4×4 Diesel Sprinter Adventure Van (SOLD!)

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Tyler & Sarah from Life vs Art are full-time van dwellers in Vancouver, BC, Canada. A couple of years ago they calculated that they were spending close to $18,000 per year on rent which is quite a hefty sum for some.

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This is JYDOG’s 17′ Ford E350 Box Truck to Campervan Conversion.

I finally feel I have gotten to the point in constructing my 2006 E350 Box Campervan where I can give you a tour. It’s not done but close enough for me to share my progress so far. Beware this is a long video 50min.1

Man’s DIY 17′ Ford E350 Box Truck to Campervan Conversion

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This is the story of Melanie and George’s custom van conversion. You can also find them over at asmalllife.com and @asmalllife on Instagram. So here’s their story, in their own words.

Related: Couple Living in ’78 Airstream Tiny Home

Melanie and George’s Custom Van Conversion!

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Julian bought this super stealthy 1999 Ford E-150 pop top campervan to use for rock climbing trips and as a mobile home & office when he’s doing freelance photography contracts.

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