This 2017 GMC Terrain SUV has been transformed into a super stealthy home, ideal for ski and bike adventuring — and it’s for sale! It doesn’t get much more “micro” than this, but somehow the seller managed to fit a bed, bike storage and a “kitchen” area into this itty bitty home on wheels.
The coolest part? No one will ever suspect you’re living in it, so you can park just about anywhere without trouble. It’s in Meeker, Colorado, and they’re asking $20,000 for the conversion (with 65,000 miles on it). You can contact the seller at ConversionTrader.com.
If you’ve been longing to get into #vanlife for a while, this handcrafted campervan for sale might be the perfect rig for you! It’s all set up as a home inside, and the stunning woodwork makes it a unique build that no one else will have.
The exterior is mostly cedar, while the inside features Honduran mahogany cabinets and custom dutch doors. The place runs on solar power, making it an off-grid wonder!
You can contact the builder, Michael, at [email protected] to ask questions or make an offer. He’s asking $32,5000.
This is the story of a solo female living and traveling with a teardrop trailer for around a decade now! It all started in 2007, when she decided to hop on a Harley Davidson motorcycle with her teardrop camper (named tick tack) in tow. With the motor cycle, she would get around 30 miles per gallon (while towing the teardrop).
Today she’s towing it with something a bit more practical, and very likely just as economic on fuel. It’s a Volkswagen Beetle with a TDI diesel engine. That’s right, it’s a diesel Beetle! These are known to get somewhere around 50 miles per gallon, although I’m sure a teardrop camper reduces that to a significant degree, but I’m sure she isn’t complaining about it. Anyhow, hear all about it, and learn more about Jaclyn’s incredible lifestyle below! And tell me, would you ever consider doing something outlandishly awesome like this?
This is Happier Camper (Instagram)! It’s a lightweight, retro-modern, fiberglass travel trailer. A while back, we told you about the HC1, the company’s smaller camper. Right now, I want to show you their HC2 (also known as the Traveler), which is a little bit bigger.
Since it’s still super-lightweight, it can be towed by almost any vehicle. And it can be more than just a camper, too! It can be used in many other ways. Check it out! The company builds and ships these directly out of California. How cool is that? And it gets better, the campers feature their ADAPTIV™ floor plans, which just means that they’re reconfigurable.
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