This is a 2018 Sprinter van that was converted into a cottage-style campervan in 2021.
It has a privacy wall between the cockpit and the living space. The van also has a kitchenette, indoor shower, a rear bed that converts into a dining space, and storage underneath. All of that in a 144 wheelbase Mercedes Sprinter diesel van with 88,000 miles on it and they’re asking $89,000 for it. More info is below, check it out! What are your thoughts on this custom camper van?
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2018 Sprinter Van Cottage Converted in 2021 For Sale
Becky and Austin had started saving to build a tiny house after Austin’s motorcycle accident changed their perspective on life. But, as life should have it, the pandemic derailed their going-tiny plans. But instead of giving up, they shifted goals and chose to go build out a van and travel domestically!
They purchased their Sprinter for $17,000, and spent another $8K making it a cozy home-on-wheels. Originally a plumber van, it already had a door blocking off the cab when they bought it, which they love since it makes the interior seem like a studio apartment rather than a vehicle. Enjoy the tour!
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They Were Going to Go Tiny & Then Chose #VanLife
This is a Mercedes Sprinter van build by Land Carpentry And Constructions out of Australia.
They’re a builder with a residential construction background who are now building tiny homes and van conversions. This particular van conversion has a very interesting layout that we don’t normally see in the United States. What do you think of this van build’s layout? Would you build out your van like this?
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Sprinter Van Build With Unique Layout
This is a 4×4 World Traveling Expedition Vehicle. It’s a 2020 Sprinter Van Conversion by Campovans. It was originally a custom order from an Australian couple, but unfortunately, due to current circumstances, they had to cancel their plans, and so now, their custom-built van is up for sale.
The price is really out of the stratosphere, and so is this van-build, although, I wonder, how can something similar be done for way less? But the van has it all, a wet bath, exterior storage, interior storage, off-road suspension, rooftop solar panels, and more. See for yourself and learn more, below.
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A $275,000 Expedition Van Conversion by Campovans with Amazing Solar Roof
It’s always fun to find something completely different, and that’s what you get with the Haaks Opperland campervan. This is actually an itty-bitty two-story cabin that sits on the bed of a compact Fiat flatbed truck.
Simply drive the home to your location and drop it off. The 13-foot-long building then pops open, and the truck is free to drive wherever you need to go!
I’ll confess up front: It’s not even remotely affordable at more than $140,000 (especially since you’d have to ship it overseas — it’s built by a Dutch company), but the idea is brilliant and maybe it’ll catch on!
ALSO SEE: The INCREDIBLE Motorhome That DETACHES From Itself!
The Ultimate Pop-Up Camper: Haaks Opperland Campervan
This is freundship. It’s a German couple’s Volkswagen cargo van conversion with a really cool tailgate loveseat that flips down and hides away when not in use.
I think it’s pretty genius! It seems like it would give you that feeling of being on your porch except with this porch, you can change your location whenever you want to!
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Couple’s Van Conversion with a Flip Down Tailgate Loveseat
This is the Bluebird Sprinter Van Conversion by Joyful Vans.
It’s built out of a 2017 High Top Mercedes Sprinter 2500 that currently has 7800 miles. It still has about 2.5 years of warranty.
Inside, you’ve got a RV queen bed that comfortably sleeps two. You also have a kitchenette with running water, propane stove, and a 45 quart refrigerator. Take the full tour and get the rest of the details below!
Bluebird Sprinter Van Conversion by Joyful Vans For Sale
Images © Joyful Vans
This is Rob and Emily’s 2008 Mercedes Sprinter Van Conversion.
They both work full time so they converted the van on their free time over the course of about a year. They started in February 2017 and you can follow Rob & Emily on their website, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
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Emily & Rob’s Amazing Sprinter Van Conversion!
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This is the tiny cabin and Sprinter van conversion of Brian Moss.
He’s a photographer who hired Bear Creek Tiny Houses to build the cabin over ten years ago. Brian also travels in his Sprinter van conversion which you can also see below.
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Brian Moss’ Tiny Cabin and Sprinter Van Conversion!
Images © Brian Moss