Adventurer’s DIY Vanderlost Sprinter Van








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We bought a Sprinter.  We are building out a Sprinter.

And we are going to road trip in our Sprinter.

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Eddie’s Van Dwelling Rig: Before & After


“Before” image, below:


Cozy little interior 🙂


Storage below the bed:



Toilet and a little refrigerator for food storage:



“It’s been more than three years that I’ve been enjoying my van in every possible way; I’ve lived in it, I’ve partied around it, I’ve camped with it, I’ve transported massive amounts of people in it, I’ve travelled with it, and much more. Most importantly, it’s taught me a lot about self-sufficiency, continuous learning, and the importance of minimalism.” (source)

“As far as aesthetics go,  I felt obligated to sexify the van up a bit – especially since I’ve gotten pretty sick of the “creepy van” perception over the past couple of years – frankly, it gets pretty tiring to always have people’s first impressions be a negative one. I am aware that this exterior modifications are not on the minimalist list, however I consider my van an investment.  On the exterior I got the van painted with a full black glossy coat, upgraded the wheels to four gloss black/chrome XD Series Hoss’s, and put on four brand Firestone Destination tires. Basically, the van went from looking creepy/dangerous, to 100% hardcore/awesome.” (source)

Check out Eddie’s blog, Mobile Technology and Van-Dwelling here.

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Li’l Van Go: Turning a Van into a Mobile Art Studio

Lil Van Go: Mobile Art Studio


Lots of people use vans like these for van dwelling. But you can do so much more with it.. Like this guy. He built a mobile art studio so he can paint anywhere he wants. He basically just added carpet, a sunroof and a few other necessary items for his painting.

For me, I think it’d be awesome to create a mobile office with Internet connection where I can write, blog about tiny houses and just read and relax.

What would you use one for?

Learn more about the Li’l Van Go right here.

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