All posts by: From Rust to Roadtrip

Just when you thought two-person campervans couldn’t get any smaller, German company Elektro Frosch is set to burst onto the scene with a somewhat unconventional alternative. Not quite a camper van, not just a trike, but an intriguing combination of...
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For years now the Volkswagen California XXL has been garnering all the hype; a modern remake of the classic camper, super-sized to fit a family of four. Now Volkswagen has got some serious competition, in the form of Mercedes Benz’ new creation,...
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What happens when you combine German engineering with classic American style and a touch of British quirk? The result looks a little less like this and something more like this: a custom-built Mercedes 1671 and Airstream Excella trailer hybrid, and...
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When converting your van there’s no doubt you’ll want to include as many mod cons and home comforts as possible to make your tiny home really feel like your own. One of the most central elements of any van conversion...
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Just when we think we’ve seen every kind of layout possible for a two-sleeper van, German company Queensize Camper comes along with an innovative design that sleeps and feeds two people, and even finds space for a bathroom. The Inside...
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When French company BeauEr announced their concept for a camping trailer that could expand to three times its size back in 2012 most people expected it to be consigned to the history books along with dozens of other concepts that...
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Choosing and buying an inverter for your camper van can seem a complicated business, especially if you have no electrical knowledge whatsoever. But don’t worry; once you understand the basics it’s really not so hard to decide what size inverter...
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Have you ever found yourself dreaming about the Van Life, fantasizing about having a tiny home on wheels of your own to travel around in, only to come crashing back down to reality when you realize you don’t even know...
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What the North American camper van market lacks in Class B camper van options, it more than makes up for in specially adapted adventure sports rigs. As we saw back in Spring with the snowmobile-equipped Bivy, there’s certainly a demand...
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We’ve seen two really solid modular camper van releases this month, first the Adaptiv kit from Happier Camper, and now a super versatile van that can transform from camper van to gear hauler to eight-seater on a whim- the all...
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