Insulation (walls and floor): ridgid isoboard and cracks are filled with roxul. We didn't spay foam in case we wanted to run more wire or remove sections. Roxul surrounds the ISO so that you don't hear it squeaking while driving
This tiny home campervan conversion is ready to hit the road! It's a custom conversion built with the love and the best quality products on the market. It's perfect for long road trips, or for living in full time. You should never have to plug in; the batteries are hooked up to the car’s alternator and the added power input from the solar panels will keep you off grid.
In prep for new owners, all surfaces have been repainted and every nook and cranny has been thoroughly cleaned. She's all ready for you to swing by and take a look-see! We're ready to sell our van to someone who will love it just as much as we have.
Serious inquiries only. Low ball offers will not be considered/responded to. We are quite comfortable keeping this van on our property indefinitely until the right buyer finds their new van.
Furnace fed from main gas tank
6'1" interior bed length and standing height
Kitchen with propane stove, fridge and freezer
Range hood fan
70L water tank mounted to underside of van.
15L Compartmentalized propane tank mounted to underside of van. (This means if it gets hit in a car crash it will not explode)
Grey water tank
Electric water pump to sink faucet
Skylight vent with 12v fan
Two Trojan 6v batteries (12v in circuit)
Battery charger (really only needed for long RV park stays)
200w solar panel system
Inverter connected to battery bank, so that it charges the batteries while driving
Lots of storage
Comfy double sized bed
Charging stations with USB ports
Carbon monoxide detector
Reason for selling - we are no longer using it as much. We would love for it to see some more action. We recently moved to Squamish and would like a different type of toy, a boat, now