Tori takes viewers on a tour of her van dwelling that she has turned into a comfy home on wheels. The inside of the van prioritizes utility and comfort, allowing Tori to live a nomadic lifestyle. She shares her minimal setup, the materials she used, and her budget-friendly approach to the van conversion. Tori also showcases her kitchen, closet, and bathroom setup, highlighting the practicality and functionality of her space. Overall, this video offers a glimpse into Tori’s adventurous and intentional van lifestyle.
In the YouTube video “Inside a Self-built Ford Transit Van: A Solo Female Adventure,” Lauren gives a tour of her 2018 extended 148 wheelbase Ford Transit van that she converted herself and has been living in for about a year and a half. She shows off her shower cabinet, swivel seat with a desk area, kitchen appliances, electrical system with five 100 amp hour battleborn batteries, 12 volt AC unit, and solar panels. Lauren also shares her budget-friendly tips for creating a comfortable and functional living space in a van.
Jess and Sean showcase their DIY van transformation, including a Murphy bed, closet, composting toilet, and recycled wood accents. They discuss their decision to downsize and live on the road, citing the freedom to travel and discover new places, as well as the sense of community they have found along the way.
Elliot gives a tour of his camper van which features a large sink, projector, magnetic locks for cabinets, and a custom lighting system. The van runs on a Tesla power system, which includes a fridge and freezer that can last up to three weeks without needing to go grocery shopping. The camper van is perfect for two people and a dog, and Elliot has added several convenient features, including a pee funnel for emergencies and a shower hose that can be attached to the back of the van.
The ambulance is a 2001 Ford E-450 with a 7.3 liter diesel engine. Danielle shows the outdoor storage, 20-gallon water tank, pump, tankless hot water heater, and propane for the heater. She also gives a tour of the interior, showing the bed, couch, closet, shower, speakers, and kitchen with a large fridge and freezer. Danielle also explains the benefits of living in an ambulance.
A couple shows us how they created their dream overlanding home on wheels by converting an ambulance into a camper. They took out the original cabinets to add a window for more natural light and put in a queen-sized bed that doesn’t need to be put up and down. They added a propane stove, a big sink, and a Dometic fridge to make it feel like a regular home. The ambulance is well-insulated for cold weather and has a shower and cassette toilet. The couple also added swivel seats for comfortable lounging.
In this YouTube video, 58-year-old Bev invites us into her bohemian camper, a 2004 Chevy Express 1500 van that has been her home since November 2020. Bev shows us around her cozy living space, starting with her kitchen setup that includes an Apicool 55 refrigerator, an electric pump for running water, and a butane stove that runs for three weeks on a canister. She shares her tips for organizing her small space and maximizing storage, including using trays for extra counter space and storing her groceries in a box in a nook. Bev also talks about her plans to try out a shower setup with an immersion heater and a hose that attaches to the faucet.
In this YouTube video, solo female entrepreneur Candice Love shares how her budget tiny house on wheels has allowed her business to grow. She gives a tour of her camper van, named Papa J after her grandfather and cousin, and shows how she designed her kitchen to fit her needs and avoid unnecessary expenses. Candice also explains how she saved money on electrical, using a power station and affordable lights with a remote control feature. Watch the video to see how Candice and her German Shepherd Cleo are living their van life while pursuing their dreams on the road.