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She rock climbs, she teaches yoga, she shoots photography — and she built out her own amazing DIY ProMaster van conversion in 9 months. Gaby doesn’t seem tied to any *one* thing — she’s lived in a number of vehicles, traveled the world, done the “city thing” and now she’s a solo traveler enjoying plenty of rock-climbing and a packed-full schedule of gigs that bring her joy (and pay the bills).

She learned that good was better than perfect as she borrowed tools from a tool library and taught herself how to build cabinets and hook up a water system. Somehow she squeezed two “offices” into her tiny space, and even has an exercise area to help her stay fit. Enjoy the video tour!

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She Converted this ProMaster in 9 Months

Jill of All Trades’ Awesome Van Conversion 3

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Rachel’s comfortable van has everything, including a great indoor shower set-up. She chose a U-shaped dinette to maximize space for working and eating, and it all transforms into her bed at night. She has a TV/monitor, lots of storage, and a huge refrigerator to help her eat clean.

As a personal trainer, she needs to stay fit. So she has an entire collapsible squat rack and her bench and other weights she can pull out when she’s parked. Quite the rig! Enjoy the tour.

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Chasing the Sun in Her DIY Van Conversion

Personal Trainer’s Van Complete with Squat Rack 3

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William is a professional photographer and has made his dreams come true by traveling in Ruby, his 1990 Volkswagen Vanagon that he added a roof raise to for extra comfort and space.

His van life allows him to work and to see family and friends all over the country. When he gets together with them, he can seat up to 9 friends in his itty-bitty van because of his creative two-tier couch system that doubles as his office and bedroom. You’ll love the in-depth tour below!

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Photographer’s High-Top Vanagon Conversion

Ruby, the 1990 Volkwagon Vanagon 1

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Doctor Serdner teaches psychology online, while also playing music and painting beautiful canvases. She managed to design a Sprinter van that has space for all of those things, including a heavy-duty drawer to house her creative materials.

Her build process and results were featured on the TV show Van Go, and she is quite happy with the results! She shares her van with her dog, so she is happy with the spacious queen bed since her pup likes to steal most of the sleeping space. What’s your favorite part of her van?

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On a Healing Journey in Her Stunning Sprinter

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Stephanie went from #buslife dream to reality in just a year, meticulously planning out “Sarge,” her future full-time bus home. She chose a more masculine exterior in order to throw off any would-be thieves, but the inside is 100% her own simple style with bold accents like a black back wall and stunning wallpaper.

Since her son is still at home for a bit longer, she has only taken Sarge on weekend trips so far. As soon as her son moves out, she is ready to go see every state and meet all kinds of awesome people on the way. She included a shower and cassette toilet, a functional kitchen, and a full-size bed in her rig. What’s your favorite part?

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Her Undercover Bus For Safe Solo Travel

Sarge the Simple Beauty Short Bus Conversion

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Seth was tired of paying crazy money in California to have crazy roommates. So he decided to save up some money and then jump into #vanlife instead!

His pine-clad Sprinter interior features a micro kitchen with a removable stove top and a bench seating set up that converts to a bed when he wants it. He has plenty of storage inside of the benches for his clothes, camping gear, and lots of snacks. Enjoy his charismatic tour below!

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He Escaped High Rent with a Van

Seth’s Pine Cabin Van Conversion 3

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Sam’s job requires her to be present while she’s on duty, so full-time van-life was out of the question for her. But, she hated the thought of not traveling and taking advantage of her younger years, so she had a weekender van converted out by a builder!

What’s super cool is she’s able to rent her van out (like an Airbnb) when she isn’t able to use it. What a fun idea for those of you in a similar position as Sam. Let us know what you think!

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Mountain Biking & Loving Nature on the Weekends

Sam’s Weekend Escape From Corporate Life Van Conversion 2

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Like so many other Americans, Heidi was trapped in the 9 to 5, working hard to climb the ladder and get ahead. But when she started listening to van life and travel podcasts, she quickly realized that her life was never-changing, and she felt stuck.

So, she quit her job and bought a van! Her conversion isn’t super complicated, but it’s classy and meets her needs. Her purple bedding, green storage bench and faux ivy make her home perfect for her exploration to all the national parks. Enjoy the tour below.

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Purple & Green Simple and Stealthy Promaster Conversion

35-Year-Old Gives Up Corporate Job for VanLife 2

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Laurén might just have the best of both worlds — she owns her own little farmhouse in South Carolina where she stays during the nice weather, and when winter hits, she hops in her converted Ram Promaster to chase the sun. Her variety of remote work both for her family’s business and Tiny Home Tours allows her the flexibility to go where she pleases, and her professionally-built van has all kinds of amazing storage you’ll be amazed by!

The van uses a Murphy bed to give her tons of seating for guests, and an easy way to set up and take down her sleeping area. She has a two-burner cooktop, a convection oven, and an awning which all make her space super functional. Tell us what you think in the comments!

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Her Part-time Van Life in Professional Rig

Murphy Bed & Amazing Storage in Freelancer’s Awesome Van 2

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