She found a way to put a few tiny homes together and make a community.
Two parents and seven kids fit comfortably in this renovated and redesigned AmTran International School Bus.
It’s a 1970’s Winnebago of some kind, but what model and year exactly? Harder to tell than you might think. Winnebago experts needed!
A Ford Econoline van, over thirty years old and totally plain from the looks of it, but when you step inside…!
It’s not very tall, but the pop-up roof gives a bit more standing room.
This college student made a rooftop tent for his car for less than a couple of hundred dollars – and during exam week!
Based on a Harbor Freight utility trailer, this teardrop features an usual roof covering, and lots of creativity.
One-piece construction and high-grade amenities in less than twenty feet.
He wouldn’t trade this for a penthouse any day of the week.
This Australian-designed 4×4 camper proved itself in the Outback, and it looks ready to tackle anywhere else.