This is a 1997 E450 Diesel Ambulance Conversion with 4×4 and a shower!
It also features air conditioning, an awning, backup camera, built in water tanks, a roof rack, solar power, and so much more. It already has 203,000 miles on it, but I hear these will easily keep going with proper maintenance. What do you think? Would you ever consider an ambulance camper like this?
Caleb is a web developer and he and his wife, Hannah, and their three-year-old are traveling around in their amazing Chevy Short Bus conversion. The sleek interior looks ultra-modern, and now Caleb is helping others build out their own buses. How cool.
Because of his job, he has tons of solar power and battery banks to make sure they rarely run out of juice. The bus also includes a bathroom with two shower heads, so they never *have* to go outside or at a campground.
Best of all, their son Phoenix is getting all the amazing experiences that Caleb never had as a kid. Check out the full video tour with Tiny Home Tours below!
For a $15,000 total investment, Isaac went from van short roof van to an awesome diesel short bus he’s been living in and out of for about a year and a half.
His bus features an epic roof-top deck, a back deck, and a very creative — if a bit primitive — shower/toilet set up! His $30 live-edge countertop is one of his favorite features in the bus and it’s easy to see why.
He’s also a pleasure to listen to, and says his favorite part of bus life is the community and the people he’s met along the way. Watch his interview with Tiny Home Tours below!
Tom Miller found a 1989 F350 diesel dually army ambulance and transformed it (with no building experience, mind you) into a fantastic family camper/bug out vehicle!
The “Fambulance” as he calls it, has been outfit to meet his family of three’s needs for weekend trips and in case of a real “bug out” survival scenario. At only 100 square feet, it’s quite tight inside (you have to be under 5″2′ to stand upright), but he’s made it into quite the neat vacation home complete with live-edge maple countertops and hand-sewn curtains.
Miller recommends gutting the entire ambulance and not trying to save much of the existing cabinetry, since it all interconnected and tough to reassemble. Watch the rest of his video tour with Tiny Home Tours for more tips and tricks!
This is a 192 sq. ft. tiny house built onto the back of a 2003 Cummins diesel truck. It’s currently for sale for $49,500. It’s located in Leland, NC just outside of Wilmington.
It was custom built in 2016. The truck is fully operational so you can drive and park your home wherever you like. The layout includes a kitchen, living room, a private loft that fits up to a king sized bed, 1.5 bathrooms, a stackable washer and dryer and tankless hot water heater. The home is fully insulated (closed cell foam) with two mini split AC units (one in loft, one in main living space) for super efficient heating and cooling. Power, gas and water hook up ready. Built in the 24 foot bed of the truck, with the 8’x10′ loft over the cab.
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
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