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Cozy Cabin-Like Van Conversion


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Karol and Austin are the bubbly and awesome couple who built this beautiful Ram Promaster in 2020. On the cusp of buying a home, they hose to jump into van life instead. Now they’re on to a new adventure and selling this incredible cabin-like rig.

Karol had wanted a closet and bathroom, and they managed to fit both of those into the rig beautifully. They have a nice projector setup for watching TV and a lovely kitchen with butcher block countertops and a deep sink. The van is now for sale for $132,000 in Ojai, California.

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Warm & Cozy Cabin-Like Van Conversion

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There’s a large wardrobe on the left and big drawers for boots!

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There’s a queen bed in the back with a little skylight.

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The countertop flips up to reveal a stovetop.

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The interior of their shower is copper!

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An Airhead composting toilet.

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They have a large rooftop deck and three solar panels.

Incredible Southwestern Promaster 2020 For Sale

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Would you live in this?

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Details:

  • $132,000
  • Off-grid living
  • Indoor, copper-lined shower
  • Compostable air-head toilet
  • Gas stove/oven combo
  • Deep sink with hot water heater
  • Refrigerator/freezer combo
  • Queen-sized bed frame
  • Large “garage” space accessible from the back door with an outdoor shower
  • 6 120v outlets as well as 8 USB charging inputs
  • Large roof deck made from weatherproof Trex
  • 300 watts of solar
  • Askylight
  • Maxx-Air fan
  • 300″ extendable awning perfect for providing shade to your outdoor living space when parked
  • SimpliSafe security system on all of the doors
  • Glass break
  • Interior security camera to monitor any activity inside your van when you’re away from it

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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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  • Maria Kentala
    July 22, 2023, 5:55 am

    Beautifully done

  • Jim
    July 25, 2023, 8:06 pm

    The tiny house movement has been co opted by elitists and classism.

    • James D.
      July 26, 2023, 6:11 pm

      Nope

    • Sherry
      October 19, 2023, 9:15 pm

      It sure has……….way out of my price range!

      • James D.
        October 20, 2023, 7:26 pm

        Nope, something like this just isn’t going to be at a price that everyone can afford. Point of fact is Van Conversions/Class B’s are normally more expensive than most other RV’s. Custom, especially, typically start over $300K and actual elites may pay up to multiple times that as well.

        The reality is to actually get really low prices requires effort, finding alternative and creative ways to get it done, and carefully making choices to get the desired result. The movement is about finding alternatives and being creative but that was never going to result in a magic solution that makes the consequences of choices no longer matter to costs.

        DIY and working on fixer uppers are typically where you find actual low prices, for example. However, people aren’t going to work like slaves and there are very real reasons for costs. So those low prices aren’t going to easily transfer to anyone else unless they are willing to do the same.

        There’s multiple ways to do anything but each way has its own costs and thus what’s realistic to expect by a given method will be different. There are always trade offs and consequences for every choice. It helps no one to ignore this and pretend there are no reasons for these differences…

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