This is a travel minivan that forgoes stealth for the space efficiencies that come from using a James Baroud roof-top tent rather than chewing up space inside the van. That said, there is provision to create a second sleeping space for guests if required. Like typical 4x4 builds, there's a practical slide-out kitchen at the back.
We bought our 1994 model for AUD $6,000 (US $4,750) in Australia with 180,000kms on the clock.
Under-bed storage in the vehicle itself.
70L water tank
Engel 40L car fridge
Slide out drawers with space for a small stove, utensils, spices, etc. We cook a lot rice, pasta, vegetables, etc. We also have a 12V slowcooker.
Seating inside to eat when the weather requires. Portable camp table and chairs otherwise.
After 15 months travelling the world by car with a soft-shell rooftop tent we’re upgrading to a hardshell tent. We weren't using the other one due to setup/packup time.
We can adjust our setup in a pinch to sleep two in the roof top tent as well as two inside the van.
We have got a Marshal Premium X66HAGM as the main battery and a 120 Ah AGM deep cycle battery as our auxiliary battery.
We got a single 125W unit off eBay for AUD $169 and put it on the roof.
Basic fan for in-van air circulation.
Spare tire and tool bag.
We got this hot outdoor shower from Glind at the start of our trip and are so glad we did!