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The Biggie Dodge Ram ProMaster Van Conversion by Native Campervans

Native Campervans just introduced a new campervan called The Biggie! It’s a 2016 ProMaster built out camper van for two with a queen-sized bed, full kitchen, fridge and big gear storage nook.

The cost of the build was a little over $25,000 and they worked with Vanlife Customs by Dave in Action to get it done.

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The Biggie Dodge Ram ProMaster Van Conversion by Native Campervans

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Colorado Campervan Company Builds Out ProMaster Vans for Rent!

Video Tour: The Biggie by Native Campervans


  • Sink with Tap & Drain
  • Refrigerator/Freezer (holds up to 60 cans)
  • 3-Tier Lighting System
  • Inverter to Charge Electronics
  • 7 Gallon Water/Waste Tank
  • 2 Burner Stainless Steel Propane Stove
  • Cooking Utensils/Cutlery
  • Hidden Pantry Cabinet
  • Convertible Dining Table

About Native Campervans in Denver, CO

Native Campervans is a Campervan rental company located in Denver, Colorado. With the goal of providing access to the great outdoors to dreamers and wanderers from all over the world, our two Campervan options – Biggie & Smalls – come equipped with comfortable beds, fully-stocked kitchenettes and convertible living rooms.

We’re launching The Biggie this year. Each van is locally hand-crafted to bring a modern, spacious vehicle to individuals looking for an original vacation. This is an opportunity to experience vanlife.

Learn more: https://www.nativecampervans.com/biggie

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  • CathyAnn
    March 23, 2017, 3:11 pm

    This is a wonderful conversion! There was a lot of attention to detail, and the arrangement well thought out.

    • Alex
      March 23, 2017, 4:54 pm

      Thanks CathyAnn I’m glad you liked it!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      March 27, 2017, 9:02 am

      I agree 🙂

  • Kathleen Veltsos
    March 23, 2017, 4:17 pm

    $20k conversion? Plus cost of van….eeek! Nice though.

    • Alex
      March 23, 2017, 4:54 pm

      Yup! Nice but expensive that’s for sure. It would cost less if you did the conversion yourself but they paid someone who specializes in van conversions to do it instead. And I just made a correction to the article… The cost was $25k!

  • Dug
    March 23, 2017, 7:26 pm

    Eek $25k that’s cheap take a look at comparable VW models believe me that’s far from expensive and refreshing to see a move away from rock-in-roll beds, can’t see the use they take up a lot of space I prefer a walk through myself, superb conversion
    10/10 Native Campervans 🙂

    • Natalie C. McKee
      March 27, 2017, 8:58 am

      Yes it’s a car and a house! Good price 🙂

    March 23, 2017, 7:45 pm

    I have to admit I was going into this story like a bull to a red cape, And only because I have not seen many successful van conversions… But after seeing this van makes me think about an old van I had, and stupidly sold for almost nothing, because I had to many cars in front the house… I could have done something like this and made me some real cash….! Naaa…! I gave it to someone who really needed it for almost nothing, and I feel better that I did… But this is a nice conversion anyway…!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      March 27, 2017, 8:57 am

      Aw man! That’s why getting rid of stuff is so hard haha.

  • DAvid
    March 23, 2017, 10:20 pm

    25k sounds expensive, but have you looked at the cost of an RV in GOOD condition? One without septic problems, leaky roof, poor insulation, failing heater, failing fridge etc etc.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      March 27, 2017, 8:54 am

      So true, David.

  • Liz
    March 23, 2017, 10:54 pm

    Very sleek and efficient! I could live and travel in one of these — easily. I like the neutral palette that leaves room for addition of colorful personal effects. How big is this van on the inside – length x width? Well done.

  • Liz
    March 23, 2017, 10:56 pm

    ?? It appears to be well staged so potential buyers might have some idea what is possible. I doubt this is a start it and drive away for an extended adventure.

  • Shoshana
    March 24, 2017, 1:31 am

    Nice conversion for a camping rental. However too sleek to live in. It resembles a truck camper layout. I would want to make better use of wall space. Since I don’t cook I have no use for a kitchenette; prefer a wet bath instead.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      March 27, 2017, 8:48 am

      A wet bath could be great!

  • Kurt
    March 24, 2017, 1:35 am

    Very nice interior, but I think it’s a big mistake using fiberglass insulation. If that stuff ever gets wet, the mold will have a field day.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      March 27, 2017, 8:47 am

      Things to consider!

    • June 22, 2017, 12:52 am

      Fiberglass doesn’t mold…Nothing organic…unless the fiberglass has dust in it… but strictly speaking pure fiberglass will not mold… it is like saying water is conductive… pure water is not, it is actually a perfect insulator; however dissolved minerals in water are… Drywall or wood will mold but the fiberglass will hold water like a sponge… they put a water barrier between the fiberglass and the wood which is very smart as the exterior metal shell will cause condensation but the water barrier (plastic) will stop the water from getting into the interior wood.

  • kevin
    March 24, 2017, 9:09 am

    who needs a queen sized bed but no w/c? love the idea, as this is something I want to do, but I need a bathroom, and there’s obviously space as I see a huge bench and table that aren’t really needed.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      March 27, 2017, 8:43 am

      Well, if you had two people a queen is ideal 🙂 But I agree, I love a bathroom.

    March 25, 2017, 3:38 am

    I’m truly not the one to ask, but then you have no choice Friends as of yet to help….!

  • Susyn
    April 3, 2017, 4:26 pm

    Insanely clever in many ways. I like the outdoor access under the bed since so much time is spent outside. Major con (deal breaker) BATHROOM. Seriously? That’s a function no one can go without – even in a remote location it’s not enviromental to ignore. Designers need to put on their thinking caps. Why not have a fold out/pop up wc section?

    • Natalie C. McKee
      April 4, 2017, 5:27 am

      As someone who used to camp, we had a bathroom in our RV and never used it. We always used the facilities in the campground. So if you are using the campervan to travel and staying in basic accommodations across the US, you will likely have access to a bathroom and shower 🙂

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