Exploring a Dreamy Overlander Tiny Home

An amazing overlander tiny home built by a couple who likes to take their home wherever they go. The couple went nomadic four years ago and built their home on a 2008 GMC c7500 that they personally converted. The home has 600 amp hours of lithium phosphate batteries and 1850 watts of solar panels on the roof, making it totally self-sufficient. The interior has an open space, with a big counter for cooking and lots of storage space. The couple added personal touches like a Polaroid wall of their travels.

DIY Earthroamer: Museroamer Expedition Vehicle

Andrew and Ashley give DIY truck conversion tips for those looking to go overlanding on a budget. They take us through the process of building their home-built expedition vehicle, the Muse Roamer, which is a converted 2004 Ford F-550 four-wheel-drive. They reveal the components they used, such as solar panels, lithium-ion batteries, propane tank, and more. Andrew shows off the compartments and storage spaces, custom-made furniture, and finishes with a tour of the inside, highlighting their favorite features.

Transforming an Ambulance into an Expedition Camper

See the incredible journey of turning an ambulance into a fully-functional living space for expeditions. From installing solar panels to creating a kitchen and sleeping area, watch as this innovative project comes to life.

Ambulance Transformed into Cozy Tiny Home

Grant shows off the incredible conversion of an old ambulance into a fully functional and stylish living space. He takes us through the kitchen, living area, storage, and even the exterior storage. The ambulance still has all the original wiring and mechanics, but they have been cleverly repurposed into a comfortable and inviting home on wheels. Grant did the entire conversion himself, relying on inspiration from the tiny home and van life community he follows online.

Budget-Friendly DIY 4×4 Ambulance Build

Ben Harris, the owner of a 1995 F-350 four-wheel drive ambulance, converted it into his tiny home. The space inside is full of creative DIY modifications that are budget-friendly. From the closet space to the kitchen, Harris repurposed the ambulance’s cabinets to look less medical and more homey. The vehicle has cedar-lined shelves, a sink that doubles as a shower, and lots of storage underneath the bed. The ambulance lights were replaced with power-saving LED lights. The space inside is functional and perfect for someone who loves traveling.

Building the Ultimate Overland Adventure Rig

Ginger and Greg build the ultimate overland adventure rig. They share their experience with different types of campers before settling on an aluminum one, and how they did thorough research on rig selection to ensure a long-term solution. Additionally, they provide an in-depth look at the customized modifications they’ve made to their truck, including tool and outdoor gear storage, bumper lights and solar panels, to make it off-road and off-grid capable.

Living Off-the-Grid in a Box Truck: A Family Adventure

In this YouTube video, we meet a family of four who are living off-the-grid in a custom overlander box truck. With its four-wheel drive and ability to go anywhere, this tiny home-on-wheels provides them with the freedom to travel and stay off grid for extended periods. The video gives us a tour of their custom-built rig, showcasing the modifications they made to improve its space and storage capacity, as well as their unique living situation.

Adventurous Couple Crafts Ultimate Overland Truck

In this YouTube video, Kara and Jason share a tour of their custom-built overland camper, Beasty. They began camping in a tent and slowly upgraded to larger trailers, but eventually realized they needed something more rugged for off-road use. They based their build on a Turtle Expedition camper and used an F-550 chassis to create their unique tiny home on wheels, complete with a solar-powered lithium battery bank and collapsible storage bins. It’s an impressive, non-traditional tiny home that truly embraces the spirit of overlanding.