This is the story of Madison and Raynor, a young couple who bought a Sprinter van and converted it into an amazing off-grid tiny home in only 36 days. The van has a 960-watt solar system and off-terrain tires.
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Couple’s Off-Grid, Solar-Powered Van Conversion That They Converted in 36 Days
This is the story of Kate and Ian and how they’re living and traveling in their 1996 Dodge B1500 Van Conversion. On their website, they even show you how to live in a van if that’s something you’re interested in doing too.
We wanted to minimize the amount of stuff that we owned and travel while we’re young and able. We started this trip with the goal of seeing all of the 48 contiguous states. We had originally planned on only traveling for a few months, but we’ve had such a great time with this we are now planning to travel much longer. We’ve just passed the one year mark and we have no desire to turn back now.
This is one couple’s unique tiny house lifestyle where they are living in a converted garage legally converted as an ADU (accessory dwelling unit) in conjunction with a campervan that they also converted themselves.
So whenever they want to adventure, they’ve got the van to jump into and take off! When they want to be home, they have a relatively tiny home with minimal maintenance. What are your thoughts on a lifestyle like this? Enjoy the full video tour by Faircompanies with the couple and then let us know what you think in the comments below. Thanks!
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?
This is the story of Jessie Lipskin, a young lady from Manhattan who decided to buy an old 1966 GMC Greyhound bus on eBay for $7,000 to turn into her very own tiny home on wheels.
So Jessie spent the next three years and $70k professionally remodeling it, plus an additional $55,000 on various other expenses to repair and maintain it to make it what it is today. The bus is 40ft long and 10ft wide so it offers about 400 square feet.
By the way, she’s now selling the bus for an asking price of $149,000 because she has plans to travel internationally so if you’re interested in taking it off her hands it’s available and she’s considering all offers.
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