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Talk about a portable tiny house. This is a fantastic “Stealth Sprinter” turned motorhome.

From the outside, you’d never know this typical-looking van includes a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and living room! When on the road, you’d mistake it for any old business transporting supplies.

When you go inside, you’ll find an entire home with clean white walls and pretty red cushions. There’s a full/queen bed that doubles as couch with a pull-out table, a diesel cooktop, and even a hideaway toilet. The entire van runs on solar, so you never have to plug it in or rely on others during your travel. You can walk around on the vinyl flooring and store necessities underneath the couch benches. Best part? It was all done DIY, so you can do it too!

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Van Turned into Beautiful Stealth Sprinter Motorhome

Beautiful DIY Stealth Sprinter Motorhome Conversion 001

Images © StealthSprinter.com

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This is Carlos’ fantastic tiny home in a van. He has lived in the house by choice for the past three years, enjoying living with less and making an income while travelling through Chile, his country. He converted the van into his living space all by himself.

Outside, you’ll notice a fairly standard Ford Econoline E-350, 1981 van – that’s what makes the inside so incredible!

When you go inside, you’ll find his home office, which he works from while travelling his country. The van’s interior includes laminate wood cabinets with blue fabric accents. Carlos said he wanted the van to be a hybrid between a mobile office and a campervan, so he could start “living with less to enjoy more.” The dinette transforms into a bed, and he has a sink kitchen area across from his desk.

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Man’s DIY Mobile Office and Campervan

Mans DIY Micro Office and Camper Van 001

Images © Carlos Pereyra Dekovic

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If you ever wondered about how to turn your van into a DIY micro camper, this article shows you how one person did it and how you might be able to do it too.

After you turn your vehicle into a camper, you can use it for weekend trips or you can go as far as traveling around the country in it if you wanted to, right?

And best of all, you can do it for a lot less money than buying a traditional camper, travel trailer, or motorhome. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Related: Man Converts Cargo Van to Travel Around Europe

How to Turn Your Van into a DIY Micro Camper

How to Turn Your Van into a DIY Micro Camper 01

Images © dtextor via Instructables

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This is the story of how a husband and wife quit their jobs, sold their stuff, bought a van, and converted it into a DIY RV.

Now they’ve been traveling in it for about 6 months while maintaining a travel blog called Get Some Adventures.

After they’re done traveling, they plan on buying land and building their own tiny home. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Couple Build Their Own DIY Sprinter RV to Travel in Full Time

Couples Get Some Adventures DIY Sprinter RV 1

Images © GetSomeAdventures.com

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This is the story of how two artists from the UK left the busy London life for van dwelling after graduating from art school.

We are two artists from the UK who in July last year left the busy London life behind us to live in and to explore Europe and beyond. After graduating from Camberwell College of Arts with degrees in Fine Art in 2013, we moved out of our flat in London and traded the flat keys for a set of van keys, which we converted into our new home.

Artist Couple Leave London for Van Dwelling

London Artists Leave Flat for Van Dwelling 001

Images © makingitupaswegoalong.com

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If you love camping and getting back into nature whenever possible, this DIY micro camper might be the project you’ve been looking for.

And you can build it for only $700! It functions a lot like a teardrop camper since it’s a micro travel trailer that you can build on a small utility trailer.

Since it’s relatively lightweight you can even tow it with a car! And all of your camping gear can be stored inside when you’re not using it. This makes it really easy because you can just pretty much tow and go. And once you get to your campsite, set up is pretty easy. A lot easier than setting up a tent, right? And for novice builders, this is a great project to start on before building a tiny house on wheels, don’t you think?

How to Build a $700 Micro Camper

How to Build a $700 Micro Camper

Images © Karl Kilburn/Instructables

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