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Custom Van Conversion in Florida by @van.bots

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This is a custom van conversion in Florida by @van.bots.

It’s based on a RAM ProMaster 2500 159″ high roof van. It currently has 23,400 miles, a 3,000-watt generator, inverter, and two 330 watt solar panels for off-grid power abilities.

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Custom ProMaster 2500 Van Conversion by @van.bots (FOR SALE)

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  • 2019 ProMaster 2500 high roof
  • Bought new July 2019
  • Van completed by May of 2020
  • Has been used mostly as a daily driver
  • Built with Maple and Black walnut
  • Designed for 6’3″ individual living full-time, however, it sleeps 2
  • 43″ 4k TV
  • Spray foam insulation
  • Generac 3000watt generator
  • Class B
  • 18′ length
  • 24,100 miles
  • $84,999

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  • BJ
    March 26, 2021, 11:58 pm

    Its very nice. However I would need another window, too closed in looking. If its raining out or buggy,
    You’d have all those doors shut. Something to think about if wanting to travel and live.

  • Laura Bryan
    March 27, 2021, 12:48 pm

    This build is a good data point for me. Many builds forego storage in favor of an open feel. This build maxes storage in detriment, I feel, to overall livability. At least, I couldn’t live in such a narrow space (claustrophobic), though I do covet the storage. So thank you for posting this good food for thought.

  • Theresa Perdue
    March 28, 2021, 1:18 pm

    I love how it has everything you might need and it all tucks away until you need it. I would like a designated bathroom but it does have the necessities so that’s good. He seems to have thought of everything. Great build

  • Richard Lynn Herrington
    May 3, 2021, 7:07 am

    If he was living in that van in Texas during the summer, he would burn up from the heat with no windows or A/C.

    • James D.
      May 3, 2021, 7:23 am

      The AC unit is on the roof, near the front, and there’s a fan over the bed…

  • e.a.f.
    September 26, 2022, 1:12 am

    Great storage ideas and like how the beds slide into the cabinets. Although it is narrow, in terms of living space, you usually only are indoors if you’re sleeping so its not a problem. Of course if you’re in a rainy area it might be a problem but if safety is a concern, this is perfect. Its like a stealth van. No one is the wiser.
    The small table between the seats is brilliant.

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