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The Atrium

We took over building this van out for our client. We started by stripping it out and reinstalling one fan while also adding a second. We are currently framing this van out. To follow along check out our Instagram highlights! @westendvans

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The Chalet

We finished this build for a customer that is a stealth van for city living. Minimal windows and no ladder to help be disguised while finding places to park overnight. Also maximum storage with a closet and two sets of overhead cabinets plus storage under the bed that can fit up to two bikes. If you’d like more information on this build or a custom build out send us an email at info@westendvans.com.

Build Price: 33k (van not included)

The Specs:

Electrical/Battery:
-270 W Zamp Solar Panels
-300 W Pure Sine Inverter (600 W Surge Power)
– One 100aH Lithium Battery
– 40 amp DC to DC Renogy battery charger (charges van while driving)

Kitchen:
-2 Burner Propane Stove
-Dometic Truck Fridge
-ShurFlo Water Pump
-22 gallons freshwater tank
-7 gallon grey water tank -or- the water drains directly out of van
-ample counter space, counters are butcher block and sealed with butcherblock oil
-pull out table with bench seats
-swivel passenger seat
-two overhead cabinets for the kitchen plus storage above the cab
-more storage in bench seat
-5 gallon refillable propane tank

Floors/Insulation:
-hardwood vinyl floors, life proof, water proof
-plywood subflooring plus a noise cancelling layer
-walls insulated with spray foam insulation plus reflectix for the windows to insulate the whole van

Bedroom:
-Zinus gel memory foam mattress full size
-4 overhead cabinets for storage

Lights/Fan:
-Two Max Air Fan above the bed
-4 puck lights on a dimmer switch, 3 puck lights under the cabinet
-two overhead reading lamps over the bed

Plumbing
-space for cassette toilet
-outdoor hot water shower

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The Beach House

Converted 2019 Ram Promaster Camper Van

Build Price: 40k (van not included)

Van Build:

Electrical/Battery:
-345 W Zamp Solar Panels
-300 W Pure Sine Inverter (600 W Surge Power)
– One 100 Amp Hour Lithium Battery
– 40 amp DC to DC Renogy battery charger (charges van while driving)

Kitchen:
-2 Burner Propane Stove
-Dometic Truck Fridge
-ShurFlo Water Pump
-22 gallons freshwater tank
-7 gallon grey water tank -or- the water drains directly out of van
-ample counter space, counters are butcher block and sealed with butcherblock oil
-pull out table with bench seats
-swivel passenger seat
-two overhead cabinets for the kitchen plus storage above the cab
-more storage in bench seat
-5 gallon refillable propane tank

Floors/Insulation:
-hardwood vinyl floors, life proof, water proof
-plywood subflooring plus a noise cancelling layer
-walls insulated with spray foam insulation plus reflectix for the windows to insulate the whole van

Bedroom:
-full size bed (2 mattresses, one a zinus gel mattress and the other a memory foam mattress topper that is great for cold weather climates and for better insulation)
-4 overhead cabinets for storage

Lights/Windows:
-4 Windows with screens for air circulation
-Max Air Fan above the bed
-8 puck lights on a dimmer switch
-two overhead reading lamps over the bed

Plumbing
-space for cassette toilet under the bench seat
-new cassette toilet will be provided on purchase
-outdoor hot water shower

Additional Features:
-rooftop deck
-can fit two bikes below bed
-bookshelf

Additional Information:
I just wanted to give you a heads up, this van is not titled as a class B so it is incredibly difficult to get any kind of financing. There is some cosmetic damage to the outside of the van from previous owner but no issues mechanically, clean title.

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