Learn how to install a comfortable bed in your van camper. Topics covered include location, size, mattress type, and ideas for relocating your kitchen.
Look in awe at the majestic Aero Madera, a king-size teardrop camper made of mahogany, oak, brass, and bronze.
This truck camper is a work of art. It’s got solar power, a refrigerator, grill, and is so well insulated you could take it to Antarctica.
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+