Greg & Jess have been living #vanlife for more than three years now — two of which, they lived in a professionally-built rig. But they ended up tackling a DIY build to see if they wanted to convert vans for a living. While their van looks awesome (especially the welded steel cabinets), the experience taught them they wanted to find a different way to earn income!
The couple had high-paying jobs and saved up a sizable nest egg in mutual funds for their retirement. Now they need about $24k per year to keep their lifestyle afloat, and are getting creative finding seasonal and remote work to make it happen. Enjoy the tour!
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Function Over Form in their DIY Promaster Conversion
They keep a motorcycle on the back and surf boards on the side.
Their bed is on lifts, and giant drawers pull out from their garage.
VIDEO: DIY Promaster w/ Welded Steel Cabinetry
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