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Warm & Cozy Ski Wagon: 2019 Ram Promaster 136″


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You’d never know by the stealthy exterior that this 2019 Ram Promaster is an incredible cabin on wheels! When the doors open, you step inside a cozy space decked with wood finishes and a wood burning stove for maximum comfort.

Originally built by the owners as a “ski wagon,” this van has been a resting place for weary bodies after a long day on the mountains. And now it could offer you that same solace! The twin bed converts into a full at bedtime, and the swivel chair creates an office area at the front of the rig. Cook over a Coleman camp stove and store leftovers in the ICECO chest fridge beneath the bed. Purchase the van today for $55,999 in Oklahoma.

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Warm & Cozy Ski Wagon 2019 Ram Promaster 136″ 11

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The stealthy door opens to showcase a cozy interior!

Warm & Cozy Ski Wagon 2019 Ram Promaster 136″ 3

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A mini woodstove shares the countertop. Those tiles are gorgeous!

Warm & Cozy Ski Wagon 2019 Ram Promaster 136″

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This cabinet door flips up to become a desk for the passenger swivel chair.

Warm & Cozy Ski Wagon 2019 Ram Promaster 136″ 4

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The bed converts from twin size to full size at night.

Warm & Cozy Ski Wagon 2019 Ram Promaster 136″ 8

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A chest refrigerator pulls out from under the bench.

Warm & Cozy Ski Wagon 2019 Ram Promaster 136″ 7

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A foot pump pulls water from these jugs beneath the sink.

Warm & Cozy Ski Wagon 2019 Ram Promaster 136″ 6

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The projector is ready for movie night!

Warm & Cozy Ski Wagon 2019 Ram Promaster 136″ 5

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Imagine coming home to this after a long day at the slopes.

Warm & Cozy Ski Wagon 2019 Ram Promaster 136″ 2

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The entire cab closes for maximum stealth and safety.

Warm & Cozy Ski Wagon 2019 Ram Promaster 136″ 9

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Details:

  • Power
  • Goal Zero 3,000X battery lasts about a week off-grid
  • Installed energy-efficient lights and appliances
  • Heat/Cooling
  • Heavily insulated for temperature control
  • Equipped with a wood-burning stove and a diesel heater
  • Sliding door for heat retention and privacy
  • Max air fan included
  • Kitchen
  • Deep sink with a foot pump for water
  • Coleman two-burner propane stove for indoor/outdoor cooking
  • ICECO dual-sided, energy-efficient fridge (fridge/freezer or double fridge)
  • Sleeping
  • Sleeps 3 (2 adults & 1 child or shorter person on the bench)
  • Bed converts from twin to full size for more space
  • Storage
  • Ample storage throughout the van
  • Hooks for coats, backpacks, etc.
  • 3 compartments above bed/kitchen for pantry items and closets
  • Large storage compartment under the bench
  • Deep storage above driver and passenger seats
  • Garage area with heavy-duty slide-out and lockable battery box
  • Work Space
  • Passenger seat swivel chair with pop-up kitchen table
  • Bench with Lagun swivel table
  • Detachable and storable Lagun table top
  • Bathroom/Shower
  • Pop-up toilet seat with disposable bags
  • Pop-up shower for quick washes inside the van

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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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