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Graham Fielder’s 4×4 Sprinter Van Conversion

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Graham Fielder has built several gorgeous, modern vans at this point, and his latest is no exception! This 2022 4×4 Sprinter van has all the bells and whistles and has been crafted using eco-friendly, sustainable, and durable materials like Richlite, Havelock wool insulation, and bamboo.

The build includes both an indoor and outdoor shower, and while the toilet isn’t part of the build, you could easily put a cassette toilet in the shower area. A queen-sized bed permanently takes up the back of the rig, while a bench seat and Lagun table sit near the kitchen. It’s for sale in Bend, Oregon for $162,000.

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Eco-Friendly & Ultra Durable Van Conversion

Graham Feilder 4×4 Sprinter Van Conversion

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Gorgeous bamboo walls and cabinetry give the place a modern feel.

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The counters are made from Richlite, and have beautiful topography lines carved into them.

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You can see the flip-up tabletop here.

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An induction cooktop sits above the fridge.

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The 24×24 shower stall has a stainless steel basin.

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Another close-up look at the details.

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There’s a small bench with a custom Lagun table.

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Modern flat-faced cabinets provide additional storage.

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The custom LED light on the ceiling is like an art installment!

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The bed is almost a queen, with 5-inch memory foam for the mattress.

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The lined garage has a perfectly-organized solar and water system.

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Hand crafted in Sisters, Oregon by Graham Fielder. This is the 7th build using high end eco friendly materials made for a durable and beautiful life on the road. This is a true 4×4 Sprinter, and one of the last new 4×4’s that will be on the market as Sprinters are now built in AWD.

Like a good meal, quality starts with ingredients. After several years of building vans, there are now a few go-to materials used in every build. They fit the bill for maximum durability, and where possible, environmental sustainability. Let’s start with the foundation. The floor, and garage (made with 13 ply baltic birch) are covered with Lonseal coin grip flooring. This is an extremely durable seamless rubber floor perfectly suited for a van. It’s textured pattern allows a little dirt from the trail to go unnoticed, and it’s durability lets you throw a pair of skis in the back without thinking twice about scraping it. The corners of the garage, and kitchen counter, are protected by stainless steel corner guards to put up with years of abuse. The walls are upholstered with a marathon weave fabric that is soft to the touch, and long lasting. Behind the walls is Havelock wool insulation. This all natural fiber is sound dampening, mold resistant, and fire retardant. It’s entirely safe & non toxic keeping the air fresh and safe to breathe in the van. In addition the floor is slightly raised, and insulated. The cabinetry is crafted with 3/4” panels of Bamboo sealed with Osmo (natural wax). Light weight, fast growing, strong, and beautiful, Bamboo is the perfect fit for years of adventure. Finally the counter top and shower entrance are made from Richlite. This is a hyper strong 100% paper product meant for hard wearing and ultimate dent resistance. The shower is also equipped with a custom Stainless Steel pan made specifically for this build.

The bed is just shy of a queen with a custom fit 5” memory foam mattress nestled between two Flarespace pop outs and a vented window for breezy summer nights. The bench next to the shower has two 120v outlets for laptop charging, along with USB and USB-C outlets. Attached is a Lagun Table that will sit securely while off road, or moved to a comfortable working potion. When paired with driver and passenger swivel seats this becomes the ultimate hang/meal space for multiple people. Under the fridge is an Espar Diesel heater with 24 hr thermostat conveniently positioned in the center of the van, and right at the base of the shower for warm feet while drying off. The shower has 2 hooks, and being across from the heater, is the perfect space to dry some beach towels at the end of the day. There is also an external heated shower in the rear of the garage. In the winter seasons, the gray tank below the shower is connected to 12v heating pads.

Technical Features:

  • 400ah Lithium Batteries
  • All Victron / Blue Sea Electric Components
  • 3000 watt Inverter / Shore Power
  • 24 Gallon Fresh Water, 10 Gallon Gray Tank
  • Isotherm 85 Stainless Steel Marine Fridge
  • Full 24×34 Shower (Toilet vent/hookup optional)
  • Induction Cooktop
  • Hidden Trash Can
  • Espar Diesel Air Heater

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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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