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Ford Transit Van Conversion with Two Sliding Doors, Shower & Toilet: FOR SALE!

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BlackHawk and Madi took this Ford Transit van with two sliding doors and transformed it into one of the loveliest van conversions I’ve seen, complete with a shower and toilet (no gym membership required!).

They’ve enjoyed traveling the country in it, and are on to another adventure, and are now selling the gorgeous conversion (you can make an offer by sending a DM on Instagram here).

The interior has sleek black cabinets, hexagon tiles, a nearly-queen bed, and two swivel chairs for hanging out. There’s a Dometic fridge that slides out from under the bed, as well as super-long drawers for clothing storage. Be sure to check out the video tours below to get all the amazing details on this build-out. Thanks again, Tiny Home Tours!

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They’re Selling Their Awesome Van Conversion!

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Madi showing off their secret bathroom cubby.

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Blackhawk hid their TV in this cabinet above the bed.

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They have a propane stove and oven, and live edge counters.

Their Ford Transit Van Conversion with Two Sliding Doors, Shower & Toilet!

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Look how tidy their garage is! Impressive.

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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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  • Aimee Gould
    January 16, 2021, 9:48 am

    Wow! Amazing build… Never had living out of a van on my radar… But, that one really does make it seem possible.

  • Alison
    January 16, 2021, 4:39 pm

    Really well designed.

  • Marsha Cowan
    January 16, 2021, 5:32 pm

    Absolutely awesome! Not only beautiful, but totally organized and still cozy and comfortable. Wonderful job! Safe travels in your new adventures!

  • Michael
    January 16, 2021, 7:53 pm

    Indeed it has everything you need but there are two reasons why its not for me.
    Firstly, bed across driving direction is to short for my 6’4″ because these type of vans are narrow and designed for city use.
    Secondly, its black. Its proven that black metal heats up 46.4 degrees more than a white one.
    Beside that it looks dirty always. I owned once a dark blue car. Returning from car wash you could see dust again.
    But anyway, good luck for the sale.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      January 18, 2021, 1:23 pm

      Good point about the black part. Lots of heat! Although they did say their insulated window coverings were very useful in heat regulation.

  • dug
    January 16, 2021, 8:36 pm

    Hi All
    Having built a few similar vans but using VW T4/5’s as the base van, but otherwise quite similar in many ways, i have to take my hat off to these guys, but where we being required to fit a toilet in the van, we always built them with two single beds, utalising and turning the two front seats around to accommodate the feet of the sleeping person @Micheal you would be fine in one the way we did it, if it’s worked for Autosleeper vans for all these years, can’t be much wrong with this design, what it also does is allow fully movement around the van without climbing over or around anyone to get to the loo, or for a morning coffee etc and allows you to not have to sleep in the foetal position constantly just to be able to sleep in your bed.
    My other worry with this van, whilst it can easily manage all the weight both unladen and packed i am sure no problem, what would worry me there is fuel consumption?? what is it getting mpg ? i would offer a guesstimate at around 18/19 per gallon and maybe 21 on a long simoly straight journey down a motorway say which in turn makes it an expensive beast to use, the best one i owned was an old 91 reg T4 Autosleeper Trophy (you know the one with the toilet & shower unit graphed into the back making it longer by about 2.6ft (this was pre LWB T4’s before anyone asks the obvious question) anyway it ran on a 2000 Audi PETROL with a 5sp box which i swear drove just like an older Audi Avant (100 estate) it was a simple case of when you were out of all the stop start areas and driving without stopping and slowing every other minute, so say when you finally hit a duel carriageway or motorway you simply slid it into 5th and it would drive along at between 50/60 mph without any stress, or having to go up and down the box constantly (my pet hate with all vans as many are voefully underpowered and undergeared, so i in the end. sought out the largest engine and had to have a 5th speed or it was rejected) the up side of not having to repeatedly change gears was the massive difference in MPG i used to frequently manage +28mpg with my Autosleeper a figure that could only be dreamed of by the bulk of the equivalent sized and even new or almost new ones couldn’t and it was all down to their tyres/alloys we had stock 15″ steelies on ours. and whilst we had all the Transit had in this feature we just had it in a different way, built differently out of different materials etc etc.
    And as a long term travelling vehicle this MUST be seriously considered, i am NOT advocating using a now 20 yr old motorhome as your home, unless parked up somewhere, it would be fine then but if heading for Europe like some many so then a newer model that’s easier to get parts for would be a far better bet possibly!

    Just remember however IF building your own to be aware of the weights of what your building into it is all mounting up too and then all the clothes, food and other stuff is all weighing and what your final weights are as there is no way around it gross weight equates to MPG

  • cclinda mcdonald
    January 16, 2021, 8:45 pm

    would like some more info on the van, need to know how much you are asking and miles are on it.

  • Marcy
    January 17, 2021, 2:15 pm

    Wow and wow some more!

  • Bryan
    August 25, 2021, 1:22 am

    I just wanted to know where are you guys located and how much would it cost to build just insulation, walls, floor , top , 1 roof fan , 3 solar panels, with electrical power converter and all connected to 3 lithium battery without any cabinets or bed of a chevrolet express van?

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