This couple wanted a chance to travel Europe — and do it inexpensively. So they decided to build out a campervan! Before it became their home, the van was a 4-wheeler transporter and completely gutted inside.
Now they have a folding couch/bed setup, a bench couch, and a nice kitchen space. Enjoy the photo tour below and then read our Q&A with the couple.
The seller’s grandpa bought the van and converted it shortly after his wife passed away. He used it to travel with his dog. Now his grandson is helping him sell it because he recently built a house and no longer uses it. Take the full tour, learn more about it below, and let us know what you think of it in the comments. Would you travel around the country in a vehicle like this?
This is the story and video tour of a man who turns his Honda Element into a DIY campervan. From the outside, it looks like an ordinary compact sport utility vehicle. Only if you look carefully enough, you might find a tiny solar panel on the roof that’s secured using magnets.
Inside, the vehicle has been completely renovated with wood paneling, a tiny sink with running water, a wardrobe closet, insulation, a fold-out bed, and more! This is probably one of the best small camper conversions that I’ve seen. What do you think of it?
Favian is a civil rights lawyer who enjoys a nomadic life from his van! He can even do Zoom hearings from the comfort of just about anywhere because of his office setup and Starlink connection.
He purchased the van as an empty shell and converted it over the course of about 10 months. He had a few “must-haves” including an indoor shower and a bed that could fit his height. Favian created a great office space with swivel seat, and another one with a makeshift standing desk for those long days! Enjoy the tour.
Lindsey spent some time after college traveling in a truck with her friends, which planted the seed for her now-nomadic life in a van conversion. Because she’s a travel nurse, she can take assignments all over the country and live there for a few months at a time in her van!
She purchased her van and spent a year building it out, and altogether it cost about $26,000. She has a fixed bed, lots of cabinets, and a cute kitchenette. What’s your favorite part of her conversion?
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