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Megan and Lee were moving from California back to the Midwest, considering buying some land and buying a house when they realized they weren’t ready to settle down yet. So they decided to build out a Ford Transit and create their own home on wheels for a while instead.

Lee had family connections to a mill in Pennsylvania and picked out all the lumber in the van from a couple of trees, which they planed and treated and became the inside of their rig. The result is a unique rustic feel that’s perfect for this couple.

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Couple’s Van with Room for Mountain Bikes

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Christy and Mike of The Traveling Vuzz were first inspired to get into tiny life when they started their Indie Electronica Duo while traveling Europe. They didn’t want to lose that adventure and decided to convert a van.

Unfortunately, personal tragedy struck midway through their van build, leaving Christy needing time to regroup before they attacked the project again. Eventually, however, the couple found healing in completing the project and sharing their awesome music. Enjoy the tour below.

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Awesome Accordion Bed Inside Colorful Van Home

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Jess & Shawn wanted to get into #vanlife to make it easier to chase their rock climbing dreams. It took a bit of convincing for Jess to see herself living in a van, but with the promise of a giant closet and lots of Pinterest inspiration, she got on board.

Their bus features an awesome accent wall made from recycled fencing that hides their bathroom (and toiletry clutter), as well as a 3-burner stove and oven with a strategically-placed faucet that doubles as a pot-filler! Their Murphy bed allows them to easily transform the back of the van from “day mode” to bedtime. What do you think?

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Rock Climbers’ ProMaster Van Life

Van Conversion w Massive Closet & Murphy Bed

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Jess is an actress and Josh mixes audio for sets — the long hours and travel were keeping them apart, so during the same year they planned their wedding, the couple converted their 2019 Ford Transit. Now they can pursue work side-by-side based near LA.

Their van has an awesome functional kitchen with a pantry and pull-out trash can, a laundry chute to the “garage” so dirty clothes don’t pile up, and even a monitor and green screen for Jess’s acting auditions! What a cool van and adorable couple.

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LA-Based Van Life to Pursue Their Careers Together

Actress & Audio Mixer’s Van with a Laundry Chute 2

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Rich and Robin had enjoyed camping in large RVs over the years, but it was expensive to store the RV and they always needed reservations in order to travel. When Robin was diagnosed with cancer again, they considered getting a van to make travel easier and more compact.

Now they can leave home at a whim, with everything they need in a self-contained and stealthy off-grid van. Once the van was finished, it inspired them to retire early so they could travel even more — since you never know how long you have!

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Their Ram Promaster Van Conversion for Two

Early Retirement Van Life After Cancer Treatments 3

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Rakel and Sigurd were teachers with a big house, but they wanted something more! So they decided to make a huge lifestyle shift and purchase a van to convert into their home.

The van has a beautiful nature and floral aesthetic, with spring green cabinets, faux plants, and leaf patterns. They have a fixed bed, micro kitchen with two burners and a sink, and an adorable Cubic Mini wood stove. How lovely!

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From Full-time Teaching to Full-time Vanlife

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Anne-So and JP met in university and later started dating. It was their New Zealand road-tripping in a rental van that made them fall in love with vanlife, but JP wasn’t quite sold on selling all their stuff, quitting their jobs, and moving into a van full-time — at first!

Thankfully, he came around, and the couple had the amazing opportunity to travel from Canada to Panama — and back — in their Promaster. Now they are taking the van around the United States and seeing all the U.S. had to offer. What do you think of their van?

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Now, This French Canadian Couple is Traveling the U.S.

Canada to Panama and Back in ProMaster with Murphy Bed 3

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