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This is Baby Blue. It’s a 2002 Chevy Express cargo van build by Flippin Vans.

The van features an exterior ladder, rooftop deck, solar power, beautiful wood interior, black cabinets, kitchenette area with a Yeti cooler, a swiveling passenger seat, and more. What do you think of this cargo van conversion?

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2002 Chevy Express Van Conversion by Flippin Vans

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Images via Flippin Vans

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This is freundship. It’s a German couple’s Volkswagen cargo van conversion with a really cool tailgate loveseat that flips down and hides away when you’re not using it.

I think it’s pretty genius! It seems like it would give you that feeling of being in your porch except with this porch, you can change your location whenever you want to!

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Couple’s Van Conversion with a Flip Down Tailgate Loveseat

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Images © freundship

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This is the VEDUNA campervan converted by Dipa Vasudeva Das. It’s a large van conversion renovated with mostly natural materials like hemp insulation and a variety of beautiful woods which you can see at the bottom of this post.

You may remember another van that we featured from Dipa Vasudeva Das, which you can see here.

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VEDUNA CamperVan: Cargo Van Turned into Beautiful, Natural Motorhome

Photos © Dipa Vasudeva Das

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This is the story of a 23-year-old filmmaker’s cargo van tiny house conversion. His name is Zach Both, and over the last year, he’s been on a “creative road show” across the US.

Zach travels and lives in his cargo van tiny house conversion that also functions as his mobile studio so he can live and work while traveling. “Filmmaking by nature is a nomadic pursuit. It’s a constant migration to and from different locations based on what the storytelling requires,” said Zach Both. “With this van, I now have complete freedom to write a script surrounded by mountains, direct a shoot in a remote desert town and then collaborate with an editor or composer in Los Angeles—all within the same month. That would be impossible any other way.”

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23-Year-Old Filmmaker’s Cargo Van Tiny House

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