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Chad and Paul’s Storyteller Van Life

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This is the story of Chad and Paul’s Storyteller Van Life with their 4×4 Sprinter Storyteller Overland Stealth Mode!

After having another van, they traded up for a Storyteller Overland in Stealth Mode which features a unique and highly functional layout that they are much happier with. The campervan also features a unique interior shower that literally disappears when not in use. It also has a ‘groove lounge’ that has a variety of functions including a second bed. Check it out and learn more below!

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Their 4×4 Storyteller Camper Van with Flexible, Multi-functional Layout

This van is fantastic! The Storyteller Overland is stealthy, clean, and highly functional. Chad and Paul have been living full-time in the van life for over two years, so they know what works and what works really well. With 12,000 watt-hours of power, they’re able to run the AC, microwave, and induction stove simultaneously, which is rare for small rigs.

The couch has built-in seat belts and converts into multiple uses, including a bed to bench seating. There’s a Halo shower system indoors, an outdoor shower option, and a portable toilet. Alongside these luxuries, Paul and Chad also get to enjoy heated seats, a sweet roof deck, and a 360 camera for parking and extra safety.

VIDEO TOUR: Chad and Paul’s Storyteller Overland 4×4 Modular Van

Storyteller Overland 4×4 Modular Van – Full Time Tiny Home For 2 Digital Nomads

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  • Michael
    February 14, 2022, 6:35 pm

    As with all modern vans sleeping across driving directions isn’t for tall guys like me. A pity, but it’s the price of uniform van width.

    • cjc1959au
      February 15, 2022, 2:28 am

      Not sure if you know Michael, but it is possible to get little pop-outs for many vans so you can add (I think) about an extra 8.5″ or so of width. And this is sometimes all the extra you need!

      The company is FlareSpace and they seem to do different kits for different vans including sprinter, ford e-body, transit & promaster!


  • June
    February 14, 2022, 7:12 pm

    Winnebago Solis 2022 59-PX has 13 or so inches of cargo space by the rear door. The modification most people are making is buying a 18”x60” table on Amazon and a cushion the same size (about $120 for both). You then put the Murphy Bed down, set up the table and cushion by the door and you can sleep longways on an oversized queen bed. Works like a charm

    • Alex
      February 16, 2022, 8:21 am

      Genius! Thanks for sharing!

  • chris
    June 24, 2023, 5:31 pm

    wonder what happened to these guys

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