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Mario wanted a way to travel stealthily but still have room to spread out when he found a campervan-friendly spot. So he designed it himself! Altogether, he spent about $40k (in Euros) on his unfolding box truck, doing some work himself and then hiring some freelancers to finish the job.

He used the best features and materials for his solar setup, heating/cooling systems, and water system to make sure the process of living on the road was as nice as possible. While you can fully use the campervan when it’s closed up, the front, back and side open up to create extra rooms! Tell us what you think.

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His $40K High Tech Box Truck Tiny Home

Unfolding Box Truck Goes from Stealthy to 350 sq. ft. Campervan

Images via Mario Karkalis

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Robert was living in Oregon, hunting, fishing, hiking, and chasing his dreams of working at a local restaurant he admired. He had finally made it — he got the job! — when a drunk driver pinned Robert between the vehicle and a tree and Robert lost his leg. For a long time, Robert felt aimless, until he found himself throwing a bed in the back of his utility trailer and spending a few weeks camping.

That was the beginning of Robert’s journey to his nomadic lifestyle. He eventually got a second, larger cargo trailer and made it into his home sweet home. He loves the desert in particular and has made his cargo trailer house meet his needs.

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Awning, Solar Power, and Cook’s Kitchen!

His Wheelchair-Accessible Cargo Trailer Conversion with Elevator Bed 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Fall is an underrated time of year for road trips. If you’re in the right places in the country, you can enjoy gorgeous foliage and unmatched views — especially with a camper van! Laverne is one of the latest of boho.life’s van conversions that will be ready to pick up in October. Just in time for the best autumn color.

Like the others, this van’s first life was as a rental van for vacationing van lifers. Impeccably designed and executed, Laverne is a beautiful turn-key van conversion with all you need like solar power, an outdoor shower and a fridge-under-bench-seat setup. It’s for sale now, so don’t hesitate to make your deposit.

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Turn-Key Van Conversion For Sale: $89K

boho.life Laverne 2

Images via boho.life

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Savannah had dreams on #vanlife but originally was worried about what others would think of her. Thankfully, she decided to outfit her own DIY van after realizing no one was living her life but her!

The “Babe Cave” she built is gorgeous, with a full-sized bed, micro kitchen, and space for her cat and copilot, George. You’ll love the huge drawers that she can access from the back of her van in the garage space.

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Life in Her Boho Camper Van Conversion

Savannah’s Babe Cave Compact Van Conversion 3

Images by Tiny Home Tours

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Blaine loved his life of international travel, but the pandemic shut the world down back in 2020 and he was looking for something to satisfy his wanderlust. When he dove into #vanlife research, he found his niche! His Ford Transit conversion is simple and stealthy and allows him to go just about anywhere.

At 6’3″, he needed to carefully craft his van so he could stand up and fully lay down in his bed — and he succeeded! The interior has a log-cabin vibe, while the exterior has nothing indicating it’s a home and not a work van. Very creative!

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His Simply & Stealthy Log-Cabin Van Build

International Traveler to Van Lifer in Stealthy Ford Transit 3

Images by Tiny Home Tours

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This is the story and tour of John’s Ex-FedEx step van conversion.

That’s right – he took a FedEx delivery truck and turned it into his stealth tiny house!

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His Stealth Ex-FedEx Truck Tiny House

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This is the Arden, a stealth van conversion with a luxury rain shower built on a 144 wheelbase Mercedes Sprinter cargo van by LTV Customs featuring an impressive interior.

It has a cockpit with seating for three thanks to a unique two-seater swivel passenger bench seat. Check it out and learn more below!

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The Arden Stealth Van Conversion by LTV Customs

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The Ruthardt family has done so much over the past decade! They built a mortgage-free tiny house/homestead, sold it, jumped into van life and traveled the country, then purchased this gym space in Oklahoma and transformed in into a living and working space. They are off on yet another adventure and selling their home and business.

The front of the building is their gym, with new equipment purchased in 2020. In the back there’s a whole “tiny home” set up, and in the very back a huge garage with a washer/dryer and workshop space. There’s even a backyard with raised beds! They were paying their mortgage with the gym income, so you might be able to do the same.

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Get a Tiny Home & a Business in OK – $365K

FOR SALE Gym with Stealth Tiny Home & Backyard 16

Images via OKCMAR

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Meet Sarah and Trevor and Persephone the Van, their home on the road for over a year and a half. They spent a total of three years on the road, having had another van before that.

While they now own a home and animal rescue, this is the story of their stealth and simple van life. They spent that time traveling the country and finding something upsetting — lots and lots of litter in beautiful spaces. They made it their mission to pick up as much trash as possible and return these natural wonders to their former glory.

They kept their van simple and stealthy, but they found what worked for them! They even took out a large built-in with a farmhouse sink because they never used the sink. The rest of their materials are recycled and reclaimed. Pretty great!

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Persephone the Van & Her Trash-Cleaning-Up Owners

Couple & Pets Super Stealth & Simple Van Life

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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