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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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Sherry and Andres wanted a way to travel down to Costa Rica to Sherry’s home and family there, so they renovated a 1991 Toyota Dolphin to meet their needs. Lockdown ended up halting their plans for international travel, so they traveled domestically for a while instead!

Their rig has a memory foam mattress above the cab, and a dinette that becomes a second bed for guests and can sit up to four for dinner. Sherry was reluctant to try vanlife without a shower, so they have a nice bathroom in the back of the rig. What do you think?

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Their Campervan Sleeps Up to Four

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Renovated vintage campers have so much charm and make great options for travelling around the country. This 1957 Vintage Aljo has been totally overhauled, and the result is a comfortable and bright camper.

It has a dinette, a couch that becomes a bed and a little kitchen area in the middle. It’s for sale right now in Denver for $20,000 or best offer.

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$20K Renovated Camper with Sage Green Cabinets

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Travis had mentioned the idea of RV living, and his wife, Yanai, was having none of it. But a few years later, Yanai lost her dad and the world had changed, allowing Travis to work remotely. She had a change of heart and needed a project to help her process her grief — so the couple got an RV and began the conversion for their family!

They are traveling the country with their two kids and are really loving the lifestyle change! Plus, the entire process has helped Yanai heal. Enjoy their video tour below.

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Their White & Turquoise Class A RV Renovation

Family Healing in Their RV Conversion 2

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Melissa and her family love to go on summer camping trips in their pop-up, but the camper was musty and old and really needed a facelift. So she and her daughter got to work transforming the place into a cozy and cute spot for making family memories!

They chose a blue and coral/pink theme and got to work reupholstering, laying flooring, and painting. The results are awesome, and they did it all on a budget (even better). Great work! What do you think of this pop-up camper renovation?

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They Took This Pop Up Camper From Dark and Dingy to Blue, Pink, and Adorable

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When this couple wanted to renovate their family home, they moved their four kids (under age five!) into a renovated RV to wait out the home construction. Despite its challenges, the family wasn’t as eager to let go of tiny living as they imagined they would be when the renovations were complete.

That’s when they got the idea to continue renovating RVs as work, and they do such a gorgeous job! Not only do they take out the dated and grungy, but they also don’t just replace it with lifeless white and grey — instead, their RV conversions are bursting with color and character! Their latest one, pictured below, is currently for sale.

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Five Talents Homes Gives RVs New Life

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In a world where almost every van/tiny house/big house is “bright and airy,” it’s pretty fun to come across something stylish and — dark! The moody interior of this 2008 Chevrolet Express feels cozy and stylish in its own way, proving that you can use dark colors in a small space.

I also love how the van “has it all,” with a wet bath, kitchen with a two-burner stove, living/dining area, and a separate bed over the cab. This looks like a really comfortable design, perfect for a cross-country excursion. What do you think about the color scheme?

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Stunning Class C Conversion with a Shower!

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Patty & Shane spent a large portion of their military days stationed overseas. Eventually, they purchased a huge 3,500 square foot home where they were living happily until they got a taste of RV life! Now that Shane is retired, they have downsized into just 400 square feet and are enjoying traveling across the country.

Their RV is a behemoth for a tiny space! This amazing rig features a huge pantry, five slide-outs, and enough storage for kayaks, Christmas decor, and all kinds of other goods. They’ve overhauled the factory interior to make it truly “theirs.” Enjoy!

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They Downsized from 3500 Sq. Ft. to Live in an RV!

5 Slide-Out RV Life For Former Military Couple 2

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Jonluc and Jackie took on the awesome project of renovating this 1993 camper that was filled with water damage. It was a challenge to take something meant for transient weekend travel and transform it into a sturdy full-time home. But they did a great job!

Like most Class C travel trailers, their bed is over the cab area. They took out the dated dinette and created slipcovers for the outdated fabrics. They do have a shower but use it for storage. Check out the build below!

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Thrifted Decor in this Toyota Motorhome Renovation

DIY Beautifully Renovated 1993 RV 2

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