Enthusiasts built a tourist van based on the Ram Promaster … and moved into itDecember 30, 2019
Spending just $ 1,000 at the nearest Ikea store, the couple made a comfortable touring car out of a standard Ram Promaster van.
Want to drop your house, most of your things and travel around the country? Well, the good news is that it’s entirely possible to do this without the need to spend a lot of money. The guys from the YouTube channel The Sweet Savory Life in the course of their video were able to prove that all you need in order to build a comfortable touring car is a suitable van and a trip to the nearest Ikea store.
The couple moved to their Ram Promaster 1500 cargo van forever in April 2019 and, apparently, does not regret it a bit.
Their car now costs between 9,000 and 35,000 US dollars – meaning, of course, supported cars.
After they purchased the van, Grace Aquino of The Sweet Savory Life set a budget to spend $ 1,000 on a dream touring car, after which it was decided to go shopping for everything Ikea needed at the nearest Ikea store. Ikea furniture is very easy to assemble, replace and upgrade, which makes it ideal for children.
First of all, Grace decided what they needed to turn a naked van into a comfortable home. Firstly, it was necessary to take care of thermal insulation so as not to freeze in the van on winter nights. After the wagon was insulated, the couple began to search for the necessary things, such as a work desk, sink and kitchen area.
Instead of paying professionals to build them a van for a lot of money, the couple used their ingenuity to build their own perfect motorhome. This interior at Ikea proves that you don’t need expensive custom-made furniture to create the perfect touring car.
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