Moon hub caps, chrome rims, and custom fiberglass fenders make this custom tear drop camper a one-of-a-kind keeper.
Learn how to add insulation and flooring to a conversion van to make your own personal RV. Part two in the ‘Build Your Own RV Camper Van’ series.
Sometimes the places you want to overnight at aren’t RV friendly. If you need to park in urban areas, a stealthy RV van might be your vehicle of choice.
Yurts have been around for thousands of years. They withstand strong winds and are easy to make and disassemble. See how one man made his own yurt RV.
Building your own truck bed camper requires more than a little experience and know-how – but it can be done. Here’s one example you can use for inspiration.
Read how a Rice University art professor and some talented students and volunteers created a DIY traveling artist’s colony from a plain transit bus.
Having trouble figuring out how to build your DIY teardrop camper? Then read this article about Andrew Gibben’s ANGIB’s Site for DIY design inspiration.
Check out this DIY mini camper built from a common utility trailer, fine grade plywood, and maintenance-free fiberglass.
Don’t pay retail for a teardrop camper if you won’t need all the bells and whistles of a professional model. Read this for DIY teardrop design inspiration.
Making a DIY houseboat is an old idea, but this build by Ron K Miller is the best we’ve seen yet. Find out how he designed and executed his plan here.