This Japanese camper van has inlaid cabinets, a tatami mat floor, and a beautiful ceiling. The owner took 10 months to craft it and uses it for short trips.
I’ve never seen anything like this monstrosity of a DIY motorhome. It’s got 4 bedrooms and a hot tub and survived a 20,000+ mile, 16 month European journey.
I just love the amount of light the windows on this bus let in. It makes me feel like I’m living outside. Plus she showed me an awesome shower rod.
With a little electrical know-how you can safely and successfully wire your van camper for full-time living. Hook up an inverter, solenoid, and batteries.
The 1957 Flxible Starliner is a sought-after vehicle for motorhome conversion. Check out this one that’s valued at $235,000.
Check out this homemade tear drop camper complete with a space to store a portable solar panel, inverter, and exterior lighting.
Many DIY RVs built on a utility trailer are about the size of tear drop campers. But not this one. Built on a 6′ by 16′ trailer, this camper sleeps 8+
See how one man made a beautiful DIY tear drop camper in only two weeks. You’ve seen other tear drops before, but not like this hand-crafted one.
See how one man’s DIY tear drop build came to life. Step by step you’ll come to learn you can do it too. For frugal builders only!
Moon hub caps, chrome rims, and custom fiberglass fenders make this custom tear drop camper a one-of-a-kind keeper.