Jacob’s sister was driving this box truck as her daily driver but was eager to trade it for his Camry. Once Jacob had the box truck, he and Sam decided it would be great to have their own space and be able to travel. So they spent 8 months of nights and weekends crafting a lovely tiny house.
They chose to have a convertible bed that stays in dinette mode during the day and a galley kitchen with a propane stove and tiny sink. While they only use it in emergencies, they have a 24×24 wet bath as well as a micro closet for hanging clothing. What do you think?
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They Traded a Camry for a Box Truck & Started Living Tiny
Be sure to look at the awesome handmade guitar rack on the wall.
There’s a 24×24 bathroom in the back right.
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- Were living between parents’ houses
- Traded his Camry for his sister’s boxtruck
- They thought, why not travel?
- Convertible bed/dinette
- 24×24 shower & toilet wetroom
- Closet storage
- Galley kitchen setup
- Special solar panel rack on roof
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