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Farmhouse Van Conversion: 2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel For Sale, CO


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Are you looking for a unique, handcrafted van conversion filled with character? This DIY build includes self-proclaimed “Bavarian-farmhouse/Bee-Hive/Steam-Punk/Nautical themes” for a warm and inviting home on wheels!

This van has a fixed bed set-up and a dinette that seats two. The passenger seat swivels and has a small epoxied wood table for additional eating/workspace. The adorable kitchen has a honeycomb tile backsplash, a two-burner propane cooktop, a mini fridge, and a toaster oven. Plenty of storage throughout the van and fantastic pull-out sliders for bikes in the garage. It’s for sale for $62,000 in Fort Collins, Colorado.

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Beautiful Bavarian-farmhouse Handcrafted Van Conversion

2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel 8

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Fun porthole windows decorate the back doors.

2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel 6

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The upper cabinets have beautiful wood detailing.

2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel 9

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The other cabinets have the same accents.

2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel 3

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There are honeycomb and nautical accents throughout as well.

2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel 4

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Love the wood detailing here!

2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel 11

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Fun cup lights shine throughout the bus.

2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel 12

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Water is stored beneath the sink.

2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel 5

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Everything is beautifully aglow!

2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel 20

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A mini epoxy table acts as a desk near the swivel chair.

2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel 14

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Hexagon tiles add character as a backsplash.

2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel 10

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Slide outs in the garage allow easy access to bikes.

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The power system is behind plexiglass.

2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel 19

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A stealthy exterior makes it easy to blend into city surroundings.

2015 Ford Transit 350HD Turbodiesel 2

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Details:

  • $62,000
  • 135K miles – I bought it with 113,000mi from Dallas, TX for $23K(Clean Title/2nd Owner) – Build-Out Materials + Labor + Vehicle Maintenance are what I’m Calculating into price as well as Market Status.
  • Avg mpg fully loaded: 16, 20hwy.
  • Fully Off-Grid capable (3-ways to charge-up: 4-100W Renogy Solar Panels, 40A Renogy DC-DC charger, Converter – Shore power)
  • 2, 12V 100Ah LiFePO4 Renogy Batteries
  • CRX-1110S Dometic 3.8 CU FT 12V DC Refrigerator/Freezer – Stainless
  • White MaxxAir Fan 5100K
  • Espar D2 Diesel Heater
  • Havelock Wool Insulated(Ceiling, Floor, Walls: High R-value and Mold-Resistant)
  • All Wood (Black Walnut, Cedar, & Clean/sanded Pallets)Stained with Hemp Oil or Epoxied(All low-VOC Paints and Materials)
  • All Wires and Electrical are Marine-Grade Tinned Copper + Marine-grade breakers/fuses.
  • 75% of Wood and Building Materials are Recycled (Local Milled Black Walnut/Neighbor’s Attic for Cedar Subframe/$3 Unused Pallets on FB).
  • Big Berkey Gravity-fed Water Filter + 5-gall BPA-free, Fresh Water Jug
  • Scopema Swivel Seat under passenger seat
  • GoWise 2000W PureSineWave Inverter (12V DC > 110V AC)
  • PowerMax 40A Converter, 110V AC > 12V DC (Shorepower Charger)
  • 40A Renogy DC-DC Charger – Charge off of Vehicle Alternator while driving.
  • 2- 20Amp GFCI Outlets for heavy-duty power tools or any kitchen appliances
  • 6 CR Laurence Windows installed (2 Large Side Windows, 2 Bunker Windows, 2 Porthole windows in Rear)
  • 6-New(2022) All-terrain Goodyear WORKHORSE AT tires and size-upgrade
  • Snow Tire Cables
  • Rear Door Ladder to Access Solar Panels
  • Stage 2 VanCompass Suspension package 8/2023 (Falcon 3.3 Adjustable Rear Shocks, Bilstein B6 Front Struts/Springs, Topo 2.0 2” lift-kit)
  • 2-Burner Cast-Iron Propane Stove + 3gall Propane Tank
  • Marine foot-pump Sink(5-gal fresh, 5-gal grey water)
  • Copper Pipe Kitchen Faucet
  • Copper Hose Nozzle Rotary Light Switches for main ceiling lights (featured in photos)
  • Overhead storage with Gas-Strut Hinged Doors and Under-Bed Rotating Assembly-line Rods for Hanging clothes or rolling bed in and out.
  • Insulated Winter and Night, Black-out Window Covers.
  • Regular Maintenance: Oil/Filter Changed every 3000miles, New Radiator 2022, New Brake Pads(2022), New DEF Tank Heater 2023, New Diesel Particulate Filter(DPF)2021, Fully flushed transmission/differential fluid 2023, New Valve Body of Transmission(houses solenoids) 2023, Engine and Transmission run smooth. $500 Autel diagnostic scanner included.

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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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  • Zen
    June 1, 2024, 6:50 am

    The electricals behind plexiglass … brilliant! A super safe and great idea!

    • Alex
      June 19, 2024, 6:22 am

      Thank you, Zen! We’re glad you liked the idea of protecting electricals with plexiglass. Stay tuned for more innovative ideas and tiny house inspiration!

  • Doreen
    June 13, 2024, 10:12 am

    This is the most clever and stunning van conversion I’ve ever seen! The decor is gorgeous. There is a lot of storage and so many brilliant ways he’s placed everything. For instance, I love how the bed is positioned the long way instead of across the back, leaving head room between the storage on either side.

    I also love how he’s enclosed the power equipment. That is just so smart! No chance of damaging or disconnecting anything when moving stuff in and out of the garage.

    Love the bike garage, but for me I’d hang the bike off the back (if I had one) and use the front half of the slide out to add a portable toilet that pulls forward into the cabin. I’d also add a comfy chair instead of the bench seat and use a flip up or tray-type table to eat at. I would also add a TV and a really comfy chair would be a must.

    If I were to find myself fortunate enough to do a van conversion, this would be my inspiration. Bravo! This is just gorgeous.

    • Alex
      June 19, 2024, 6:23 am

      Thank you so much, Doreen, for your incredibly detailed and enthusiastic feedback! We’re thrilled to hear how much you appreciate the clever design and stunning decor of this van conversion. It sounds like you have some fantastic ideas for personalizing it to your needs, like adding a bike rack and considering different seating and dining options. Your insights are truly valuable and inspiring for anyone looking to embark on a van conversion journey. Keep an eye out for more inspirational content!

    • Alex
      July 21, 2024, 3:39 pm

      Hi Doreen,

      Thank you for your enthusiastic and detailed feedback! We’re thrilled to hear that you find this van conversion to be both clever and stunning. The decor and smart use of space are indeed highlights, and we’re glad you appreciate the thoughtful design choices, like the bed positioning and the enclosed power equipment.

      Your ideas for personalizing the space, such as hanging the bike off the back, adding a portable toilet, and including a comfy chair with a flip-up table, are fantastic. It’s great to see how you would adapt the layout to suit your own needs. Your vision for a cozy and functional van conversion is inspiring!

      We’re delighted that this conversion has served as inspiration for you. Thanks again for your wonderful comments and for being a part of the Tiny House Talk community!

      Best,
      Alex

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