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Allison and Eric started off backpacking around the world, and when their backs started hurting, they turned to suitcase travel. But in 2020, they decided to fulfill their longtime dream of renovating a vintage RV and finally seeing the United States!

They didn’t realize upon purchasing their 70s Class C campervan that it had so much mold and mildew damage that the entire interior would need to be gutted, so the project took them a couple of years to complete. They documented the entire build on YouTube, so you can learn a thing or two about the conversion process!

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Former World Travelers’ Show-Off DIY Build, “Clementine”

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After a job loss, these college sweethearts sold everything they owned and decided to leave “normal” life behind, find remote work, and renovate an RV fit to take them to the slopes! Since most RVs aren’t winter-proofed, it took a lot of creativity to insulate and protect their rig enough to withstand a winter of sports and exploration.

They painted a beautiful mountain mural on the exterior of the RV and added a DIY composting toilet and solar system to allow them to go and stay off-grid. What do you think of this conversion?

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Couple & Dog in Class C Conversion

Marty the RV Build For Colder Weather

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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