Lance sold everything he owned on Facebook Marketplace when he decided he was tired of the 9 to 5 and ready for a new adventure! He built a DIY camper on the back of his truck and spent only $5k on the materials. He was careful to buy things second-hand and at the Dollar Tree in order to keep costs down.
You can see his whole conversion on Instagram, where he shared all the details. He has a fixed bed, a micro kitchen, and lots of beautiful artwork he did himself! He makes money helping others make their own rigs and teaching the occasional art class.
Adam proved to his boss one vacation that he was able to get as much work done away from the office as he could at work, so his job became remote. This allowed Adam and his wife Janelle to sell their house and buy a camper to start traveling more. Their original camper was too small for them, so they later purchased this amazing 1982 Silver Streak vintage camper.
While they knew it was going to be a project, they didn’t anticipate just how much of an overhaul it would need. The water damage seeped in everywhere, forcing them to peel things back to the studs and rebuild it all. Despite the work, they were able to create a truly awesome little home on wheels!
Becca & Jason built an amazing high-tech, ultra-light truckbed camper complete with a California King-sized Bed and actuating solar panels to provide enough power for their amazing electrical setup.
They had a van build before this, but they wanted something that could off-road better. While their truck camper has a lot more restrictions in terms of weight and size, they found it much easier to design something that was square rather than scribing everything for a curved van. Enjoy the amazing tour below.
Jessi wanted to travel and was ready for a change — so she bought an awesome vintage-inspired camper and outfitted it to her needs. But she’s honest about how challenging the transition was for her, and how difficult the learning curve was as she figured out how to hook up her trailer and deal with things breaking.
While those early days humbled her, in overcoming them she was so empowered! Now she runs her own social media marketing company and travels with her dog wherever the wind blows. Enjoy her honest tour below.
Renovated vintage campers have so much charm and make great options for travelling around the country. This 1957 Vintage Aljo has been totally overhauled, and the result is a comfortable and bright camper.
It has a dinette, a couch that becomes a bed and a little kitchen area in the middle. It’s for sale right now in Denver for $20,000 or best offer.
Do you remember Hunter? Samantha and Herb’s amazing vintage caravan conversion? Well, after completing that build and before traveling in it full-time, Samantha and a friend converted two more vintage trailers! One of them is this beautiful orange-and-green “Clementine.”
The trailer was very dated in the beginning, with dark paneling and a 70s green stove. Now it’s bright and airy, with an updated layout that includes a little desk area. Enjoy the photos below!
Jonluc and Jackie took on the awesome project of renovating this 1993 camper that was filled with water damage. It was a challenge to take something meant for transient weekend travel and transform it into a sturdy full-time home. But they did a great job!
Like most Class C travel trailers, their bed is over the cab area. They took out the dated dinette and created slipcovers for the outdated fabrics. They do have a shower but use it for storage. Check out the build below!
The seller’s grandpa bought the van and converted it shortly after his wife passed away. He used it to travel with his dog. Now his grandson is helping him sell it because he recently built a house and no longer uses it. Take the full tour, learn more about it below, and let us know what you think of it in the comments. Would you travel around the country in a vehicle like this?
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