Anna and Devin made DIYed this amazing minimalist off-roading rig and even added a raised roof! Anna did most of the interior carpentry while Devin worked full-time, and while she calls it “wonky,” she really did an excellent job.
The vehicle was once a government rig, which means it had some special features. Their blacked-out back windows and huge tires help them go anywhere and enjoy the views. Their biggest splurge? A Dometic fridge. Most unique feature? They insulated it with Alpaca wool from a local farm.
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Their “Narly” Off-Roading 4×4 Van Life
Raising the roof allowed for these cool side shelves (and headroom, of course).
The cabinet setup was built in under 24 hours.
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