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Solar Ford Transit 350 Van Conversion (For Sale)


Colby and Eric are two engineers who used their skills to create a lightweight Ford Transit conversion that’s ready to take you anywhere. It includes a convertible queen bed and a u-shaped couch configuration, tons of upper storage, and a great kitchen including a slide-away induction cooktop.

They are now in the middle of a second van conversion, so they are selling “Rocket” for someone else to enjoy him! You can check out a photo and video tour below with all the specs. It’s for sale out of Silverton, Oregon for $112,900. More info is below.

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Aluminum-Framed Solar-Powered Van Conversion with Orange Interior

The decals can be removed, if you want.

It has a grey and red-orange color scheme.

There’s a max air fan.

The bed becomes a queen when set up.

The cook top is above the mini fridge.

Lots of shelving and nooks and crannies.

An insulated black-out curtain separates the cab.

Slide-out pantry is perfect for storing spices.

There’s a swivel passenger seat.

Really neat garage storage.

Plenty of solar panels on the roof.

There’s also a rooftop deck.

Looks like there’s lots of storage options.

VIDEO TOUR: 80/20 DIY Conversion Van Tour

Details:

Rocket is a DIY Conversion Van that was built in late 2021. It was built with 2 principles in mind: 1) all season adventure ready and 2) redundancy focused on not having a single point of failure. We chose to build Rocket completly with extruded aluminum so that it will last long, stay strong, and “withstand an earthquake a day” as we drove down any roads we desired. The only wood present in our design is for finishing. This keeps Rockets weight extremely low compared to other van builds.

Rocket is built to drive and sleep 2 people comfortably with an innovative converting couch / queen bed design.

Rocket boasts a large garage for adventure gear, and a beefy electrical system suitable for full time living.

Rocket runs fully off of electric power meaning no propane needs to be on board.

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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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