Ambulance turned into a motor homeJanuary 5, 2020
Tom Roscoe made of a former all-terrain vehicle, working as an ambulance in the American Yellowstone National Park, a full-fledged mobile home that can reach almost anywhere in America.
The Chevrolet C4500 pickup truck worked as an ambulance in Yellowstone National Park until it was decommissioned. Tom Roscoe took it to breathe a second life into the car and turn it into a motor home. Chevrolet has a 6.6-liter Duramax V8 series diesel engine and four-wheel drive transmission, which together with serious tires provides the motor home with the ability to reach even remote locations.
Roscoe did all the work to transform the ambulance into a camper on his own. First of all, he installed a full-size 2-bed in the back of the truck, which still left free space for a small garage for a couple of bicycles. A small dining room and a fully equipped kitchen are located between the bed and the front door, while the bathroom with shower and toilet is located in the front area of the living room. There is a convenient passage from the cab to the body.
They did not leave the camper without modern gadgets – they can be connected to a large TV. You can load food in the pantry outside without entering the van – for this, Roscoe provided a special door. To store food, there is a refrigerator and a freezer.
You can cook on the 2-burner stove or in the microwave. The machine has a 284 liter fresh water tank with a multi-stage filtration system. Electricity comes from lithium batteries and rooftop solar panels.
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