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Imagine living in a car, not just any car, but a Chevy Camaro. Yes, you read that right. One man has taken the concept of tiny living to a whole new level by converting his Camaro into a fully functional living space.

His Camaro is not just a place to sleep, but also a place to cook. The owner has ingeniously installed a propane burner in the car, which he uses to cook delicious meals. He even has a carbon monoxide detector and a propane leak monitor installed to ensure safety while cooking. Would you ever consider a car camper setup like this? If it can be done with a Camaro, what car can’t be turned into a camper? 

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Stealth Camping in a Chevy Camaro: The Ultimate in Minimalist Living

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Cazzy and Bradley are one amazing couple who have been globetrotting since 2016! Their travels have taken them from South America to Sri Lanka to Scotland and the US. While they’ve taken plenty of planes, trains, and automobiles to get around the earth so far, their latest mode of transportation has been their self-converted van.

And they are driving that van in a loop around the world! So far, I haven’t heard of anyone else attempting something that cool. Enjoy the photo tour of their van below, and be sure to read our Q&A with the couple at the end of the post.

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It Took 3 Months Working Overtime To Convert Their Van

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Quin lives in his converted ProMaster so that he can get closer to his photography opportunities, but he’s actually on his 7th van conversion now! This box truck conversion was his latest conversion, made for a friend with some pretty lofty ideas. He wanted to levitate through the roof — and with some creative electronics — Quin made that dream come true.

The box truck was designed as a mobile office that transforms into a hotel room at night. As such, there’s a hidden potty, a compact kitchen that tucks away, and modular couches that can be moved onto the pull-out porch. It’s truly an engineering marvel. Enjoy the tour below!

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He Built This Japanese-Inspired Office Box Truck for a Friend

This Desk Lifts Through the Roof! Box Truck Conversion 2

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Holly and Dustin were tired of the typical rent trap and wanted to do something different. They took the first leap of flying to Florida to buy their bus and from there got to work creating a home. With little experience, it took them redoing almost everything 3 times to get the bus to where it is today.

But all that experience is paying off! They now pay their bills by converting buses for other people, and they are on the hunt for the right acreage where they can build a workshop to renovate buses and start a homestead. Enjoy the tour of their rig below!

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Holly and Dustin Are Searching the Country for Acerage to Start a Business

Stunning Woodwork in Holly & Dustin’s Skoolie 2

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This is a fully-converted off-grid school bus that’s a great blend between professional and DIY! The solar, plumbing and deck were all professionally installed, while the rest was wonderfully built out by the original owner.

There’s a secret hide-out/second bedroom under the main bed that looks super cozy! The bathroom has a Nature’s Head composting toilet, and in the kitchen, there are beautiful epoxied wood countertops. The rig is for sale for $35k if you’re ready to start your bus life journey!

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1996 Blue Bird Bus Conversion

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Silas and Jillian reached out to show us their amazing Ram Promaster, converted with a “Scandi-Japandi” aesthetic that’s clean, bright and functional!

While the couple live full-time in their Austin, Texas bungalow, they are enjoying travels in their “COVID-project” van. They recently spent six weeks on the road on their maiden voyage.

I don’t know that we’ve ever seen such a tidy, crisp van build before! Take a look and tell us what you think.

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Scandinavian & Japandi Design Enthusiasts’ #VanBuild

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If you want to hit the road soon, this van is a perfect option for you! It’s entirely built out already with everything you could want including a shower & toilet combo.

The ceiling has beautiful paneling; they painted the cabinets a lovely green; and there’s an awesome slide-out fridge. Ram Promaster vans are a popular choice among #vanlifers, so you’ll be in good company!

Get all the details below and put in an offer over at VanLife Trader.

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Green Cabinets, Bathroom & More! $62.5K

Completely Converted RAM Promaster 3500 with Full Bath 10

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This 470 square foot garage conversion is on the Sunshine Coast in Gibsons, BC and the owners converted it into a rental space on Airbnb as a form of house hacking to help pay their mortgage!

It’s kind of like a micro cabin but instead of being out in the woods, it’s in a backyard and close to stores and other services.

470-sq.-ft. Garage Turned Cottage, on Airbnb

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It took a pandemic to make Julie’s dream of living tiny a reality, but now she and her four special needs rescue dogs live in her 2018 Gulfstream Vintage Cruiser, and her second redone vintage trailer that’s her yoga studio.

I love the idea of the second trailer, because it doesn’t need electricity or plumbing, but gives you room to really stretch and relax that’s missing in many littler tinies and RVs.

Enjoy the awesome video tour and interview with Julie done by Tiny Homes Tours below! Let us know what you think in the comments.

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Pet Sanctuary and Yoga Studio in Two Vintage RVs

She Converted Two Vintage Trailers into Her Tiny Home Oasis

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