We want to find a roof rack that will not kill your gas mileage and still give you a great way to mount your awning, solar panels and possible deck?
My wife was not too excited about the whole van conversion idea. But with a little work, I think I am winning her over.
A comfortable couch and eating area is next on the agenda. What will it be? Chairs, couch, what kind of material are just some things for us to ponder as we continue our build.
We found the ceiling to be one of the hardest parts of this van conversion so far. The design of the high roof van has a great impact on how the ceiling is installed; in our case, twice.
One of the main purposes of building a van conversion is for sleeping space. How many you are wanting to sleep and how tall you are will really determine what you do.
One of the biggest decisions you will make in your van build will be the floor plan and all of that depends on what you want your van to do for you.
So my wife was not too crazy about this idea. But we are about six months into the build and I think I am winning her over. You decide.
Before we get to the exciting part of building our van we needed to research insulation and sound proofing. We are very happy with what we came up with.
It’s a cargo van. Will there be any luxuries behind the wheel? Doing a little research and installing an aftermarket stereo system makes all the difference.
When it came to installing the flooring I wanted something durable and easy to clean. Rubber Coin Flooring from Home Depot was my answer.