Like so many others, Grant needed a lockdown project. Unimpressed by the costs of school buses and the quality of RVs, he came across this 1997 Freightliner FL70 MPV and decided it was the perfect rig. He works full-time at Tesla, so it took about 1.5 years for him to complete the conversion.
He has a huge rooftop deck complete with an umbrella for shade, a beautiful kitchen with live-edge wood and Manzanita branches, and tons of cool bells and whistles. Enjoy the video tour below!
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He chose Manzanita branches as a focal point in his kitchen.
He has a convertible bed set-up in the back.
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