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For Alissa and Cody, what began as a simple lockdown project soon transformed into an entire lifestyle overhaul. They quit their jobs, built out this $60k rig and moved in ready to travel the country.

They have a hammock, hidden toilet, full-sized bed and tons of storage. They also discuss a hidden laundry chute and their trashcan situation onboard. Let us know what you like about this rig!

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Nurse & Security Design Engineer Quit Jobs for Vanlife

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Steph is a full-time vanlifer who knows what she wants! A microwave, so she doesn’t have to cook, and a big enough water tank and hot water heater for daily showers. The van she built with her husband, Alejo, proves you can be a little “spoiled” and still live in a van.

The couple actually rented vans for vacations for a few years before they got remote jobs and were able to buy and convert their own. Now they’re loving traveling in Alaska with their three gorgeous dogs.

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From Renting Vans to Living Full-Time in a DIY One!

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Erin and Joe were slowly sucked into van life after a fun road trip left them wanting more. They completed their build in early 2020 and decided to go ahead with traveling to outdoor spots after lockdown. They needed a bed that could fit Joe at 6 ft. 4 in., so they have a couch that becomes an almost-queen.

They also have an awesome 900-watt solar system with articulating solar panels that track the sunshine to maximize solar input! After a couple of years in this smaller rig, they are wanting to upgrade so they can host guests while on the road.

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Van w/ Couch-to-Bed For Sale: $55K

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Craig and Tanya are enjoying their midlife years in their ProMaster van conversion. They have a unique cork ceiling and fabric-covered plywood panels to absorb lots of sound inside the van.

They didn’t want to tear down and put up a bed, so they have a stationary one, as well as a convertible couch/eating area. Bamboo cabinets and multiple cooking options keep their kitchen set-up dynamic. What do you think?

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Double Swivel Chairs, Pop-Up Counters & Hidden Potty

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This awesome couple purchased their unfinished van in January of 2020 and were engaged on March 13, 2020. A week later, they found themselves with tons of time on their hands and went to work making that van into a home.

They’ve spent two years traveling the country and are now working to support the brewery industry and fair working environments within them. Having minimal expenses and a mobile home has made doing their dream job possible. What do you think of this conversion?

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Traveling the Country Supporting Breweries

Financially Free in Their Van Conversion 3

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Carly says John was the first van lifer she met. They fell in love pretty quickly, and she moved into his DIY rig. John admits that plenty changed when a girl moved in and needed a few more “luxuries” to live comfortably. But the DIY wooden roof raise was all for him, so he could stand upright inside!

The van “Woody” gets in name from all the reclaimed wood used to build out the interior. It has a convertible couch/bed situation and a compact kitchen. The couple just purchased a bus they are in the process of converting, so Woody will be for sale once they complete their new build.

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Musician’s & Photographer’s Cozy Van Life with Wood Framed Solar Panels

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Tim and Katie converted a Ford Transit to keep them busy in 2020 and have used it to travel part-time around Canada and the U.S. The van has only the best features, including a recirculating shower that uses only 3 gallons of water and heated floors that keep their toes toasty even in chilly Canadian weather.

Since the video tour below, the couple found out they’re expecting! But they’re now converting more vans as their side gig. I can’t wait to see what they come up with next! Would you try a recirculating shower?

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Now They Build Out Vans As a Side Gig!

Physical Therapists Put Floor Heating & Recirculating Shower in Their Van 3

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Tenaj and Tino were world travelers, always going to new places and enjoying exploration. But when the world shut down, Tenaj was finally able to convince Tino to get a Sprinter van and convert it into their full-time home!

Their beautiful build-out includes dark cabinets, textured walls, and bold bursts of colors. There are two swivel chairs, a flip-up extra countertop, and a couch that transforms into a tiny table and chairs. Oh, and there’s a bathroom. Enjoy the tour!

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Their Super Stylish Van Conversion with Bathroom

World Travelers Choose Sprinter Van Life 2

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Nate and Maud might be one of the most adorable couples we’ve seen before! After meeting in Thailand just before the world shut down and then getting married so they could stay together, the couple chose to build out a van and hit the road with their full-time remote jobs. And they have no intentions of ever quitting #vanlife!

Their rig is almost entirely white on the inside, including a custom whitewashed tongue-in-groove ceiling. They have “long-ways” bed setup so they can stretch out (they’re both over 5’10”), and even a hide-away shower they pull out for 5 to 10 minutes a day. What’s your favorite part?

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Wildly-in-Love Couple Working Full-Time & Vanlifing

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