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Amy’s Awesome Converted Sprinter RV

This is Amy’s Awesome Converted Sprinter RV.

She is selling the 2013 motorhome that she used to travel the United States for $52,000. Please note, this post has now been archived. Thank you!

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Amy’s Awesome Converted Sprinter RV


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From the builder/owner:

For Sale NOW: 2013 Mercedes Benz 3500 Sprinter van, outfitted as an RV. Asking $52,000.

I lived in the van for over a year, traveling the US in three time zones (Eastern, Central, and Mountain). I loved my nomadic lifestyle! I ate really well (delicious home cooked meals made in the van), I saw amazing sights, and basked in all of the comforts of home all while parking in State campgrounds, truck stops and (shhhh…) stealth camping on quiet neighborhood streets.

I’m building this page to feature the pix of the build, show off where I went, and to make you salivate at the idea of doing what I did. The van is for sale, now. Here’s everything included, plus van specs here. She’s move-in condition and good to go for more adventures!

Currently, the van is in St. Augustine, FL. Contact Amy at biddle.mail AT gmail.com with questions. Call or text me at [removed].


  • 2013 Mercedes Benz Sprinter Cargo Van.
  • Dual rear wheels.
  • 170″ wheel base and high roof.
  • Dometic air conditioner.
  • Webasto RV/truck heater (I was toasty warm in single digit weather. Runs off the main diesel fuel tank and doesn’t use much fuel at all).
  • Onan 4000 generator.
  • Roof vent (two way). Runs on the 12-volt D/C
  • Electric refrigerator (Frigidaire) includes freezer.
  • 30-amp A/C electrical hookup with 20′ extension cord.
  • Full spare tire.
  • Shower surround is composite marble (lightweight, tough as nails, and permanently beautiful).
  • LOTS of storage space (kitchen, next to the sleeping platform, under the platform).
  • Residential-grade cabinets and fixtures.
  • Sprayed-in insulation.
  • 12-volt (D/C) 350-watt power inverter (charge phones, computers and whatever else while driving).
  • 12-volt (D/C) coffee maker (charge you).
  • Bed platform holds a full-sized mattress or futon (I can include the existing futon if you’d like it. That’s what’s in the pix, above).
  • Factory original composite covered wood floor with tie-downs. Sure, everyone needs tie-downs in their living room, right?
  • Truck has just under 31,000 miles on it and has had all of her oil changes. NEVER ran out of DEF fluid.


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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Claude
    December 5, 2016, 4:42 pm

    Very nice, perfect for an adventurous type…

    December 5, 2016, 6:50 pm

    Not exactly right for me, but I’m sure someone will make this fine conversion theirs… A little pricey, but I understand that is what they type vans are being sold for…!

    December 5, 2016, 8:11 pm

    Amy: You are an inspirational! It’s amazing how one can live all year round with almost next to nothing. A real nomad’s style. Good for you Amy! Three thumbs up!

  • Rafael
    December 7, 2016, 9:07 am

    Great conversion !!

    In 1973, I purchased a new ’73 Class C MH for $7,200. Lived in it on the streets of Los Angeles for 2 years, on a farm in Oregon for 2 years, finally in a MH park in Arizona, again for 2 years. Finally, bought a house in AZ and living here since. So, living in small quarters is certainly possible.

  • Barnie
    December 18, 2016, 2:13 pm


  • Theresa Perdue
    November 20, 2019, 9:13 am

    If I had the money I would be camping on your doorstep to buy it. As it is, I will be waiting to see what you do next. Beautiful job. Many will be wanting to buy it. Hey! Maybe a bidding war?

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