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For this build we created a comfortable place to both lounge and sleep in a 2013 Chevy Suburban. Our client wanted to be able to sleep two people comfortably and have a lounge area for when the weather is bad. The client also wanted plenty of storage and a pull out kitchen for preparing meals. We also built storage for a 1000W Jackery and a Dometic Fridge CRX50 as well as installed a portable solar panel. (see more)

This time we turned a 1999 GMC Suburban into a Camper! This client wanted a bed that slept two people. They also wanted the bed to convert into lounge seating and have pullout drawers underneath. We kept the larger back seat behind the drivers seat that seats two people and added a fridge cabinet next to it. (see more)


1994 Ford E150

Many people have asked us why we call this one the Monster.  Over the first few days of bringing this Ford van to life, we realized a couple of things.  First, she was really high off the ground.  And second, she was REALLY high off the ground. While crawling in and out of the Monster a few hundred times during demo, sound deadening and insulating someone said this is a Monster.  Well, it stuck... (see more)

This Suburban was brought to us to create a stealthy vehicle which could survive off-grid for weeks at a time.  The client had the elements of design in mind, but left the creation up to us.  We wanted to create a comfortable, beautiful and functional living space which could traverse multiple climates and terrains. The Suberton is a refuge for our client to go skiing in the mountains during the winter to hiking across the desert during the summer.  (see more)

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The concept for this project was a more approachable, affordable, 'weekend warrior' build. This Suburban is well-equipped for a fun day at the beach or a weekend trip to the mountains. This build allows for ample sleeping space for two, plenty of storage options, and two slide-out worktops. (see more)

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