We searched all over Canada for a vehicle that fit our budget and needs.


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Protected by German Shepherd, taser defense products, proximity alarm w/ remote triggered UV dye & exterior oc/tear gas fog, and the second amendment.


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'88 e250 class B and I love it. 351 Windsor engine with the C6 transmission. Easy to work on. No computer. Parts are plentiful and cheap.


148" wheelbase and high-roof. I decided to prioritize just two things: Park-anywhere (look like a standard cargo van outside, be of a standard size). True tiny-home (cozy interior, have good amenities, allow me to do work).


148” long wheelbase high roof. We plan to convert our van into an camper van / adventure rig for camping, mountain biking, road trips, etc.



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