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Their Epic 4×4 Ambulance Conversion


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Alex and Crystal purchased their ambulance back in 2019 and used it as a vacation/emergency vehicle for about three years. At the time, they used the ambulance pretty much “as-is” with some minor adjustments, but once they decided to sell their home and pursue full-time nomadic life, they totally transformed the rig!

The most expensive upgrade was the vehicle lift and 4×4 conversion, but that allows them to go just about anywhere! The inside has all the amenities you could want, including a bathroom, an oven, and a special espresso machine drawer. There’s even a laundry chute! What’s your favorite feature of this rig?

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The cabinets are all made of aluminum with wooden faces.

Couple’s 4×4 Epic Ambulance Conversion

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They have a huge batwing awning that goes around most of the ambulance.

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Highlights

  • Alex and Crystal purchased an ambulance in 2019 and initially used it for vacations and emergencies.
  • They decided to transform the ambulance when they sold their home to pursue a full-time nomadic life.
  • The most significant upgrade was a vehicle lift and 4×4 conversion to allow them to go anywhere.
  • The interior of the ambulance now features amenities such as a bathroom, oven, and a special espresso machine drawer.
  • The rig also includes a laundry chute, making it a self-sufficient home on wheels.
  • The cabinets are made of aluminum with wooden faces, and the vehicle has a large batwing awning.
  • The couple documents their journey on Instagram and YouTube.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Michael
    October 5, 2023, 1:29 am

    Nice conversion. I like the use of aluminum and wood, it saves weight and maintenance.
    But for me a bathroom with shower is a must.

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