When on the road, the pod stays tucked up inside the back of the vehicle. Once the driver stops and decides they’d like to settle down someplace, however, it electrically extends out of the rear in under 45 seconds, adding approximately two meters (6.5 feet) of useable interior space.1
I finally feel I have gotten to the point in constructing my 2006 E350 Box Campervan where I can give you a tour. It’s not done but close enough for me to share my progress so far. Beware this is a long video 50min.1
Man’s DIY 17′ Ford E350 Box Truck to Campervan Conversion
Kelsey & Corbin from Steps to Wander are a sweet couple whose quest for freedom and the open road led them to buy an old Ford E-350 El Dorado Encore camper van that was mechanically sound but that needed a total makeover on the inside. The pair spent months repairing leaks, cleaning up mould & mildew and building custom furniture; and they completely transformed the space into a cozy and functional conversion van.
Couple Transforms Old Campervan Into Cozy Home on Wheels
This is the story and video tour of a man who turns his Honda Element into a DIY campervan. From the outside, it looks like an ordinary compact sport utility vehicle. Only if you look carefully enough, you might find a tiny solar panel on the roof that’s secured using magnets.
Inside, the vehicle has been completely renovated with wood paneling, a tiny sink with running water, a wardrobe closet, insulation, a fold-out bed, and more! This is probably one of the best small camper conversions that I’ve seen. What do you think of it?
From the outside, you’ll notice a short white van with a pop-up roof and a sliding door on one side to welcome you in. Inside, you’ll find everything you need including a bed/couch, swing-out table, and kitchenette.
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