We talk a lot about van conversions and how cool the handy work can be to turn an old often vintage van into a sweet space to live. But what if you have the resources to buy one, all ready to go? Here are a few that might peak your interest and help you spend that money burning a hole in your pocket.

Safai Condo Flex Promaster – $75,891 – Well it has Condo in the name so it must be pretty cool. It is a class B RV on GM, Mercedes and Dodge platforms. It has a height adjustable queen size bed, toile, shower and dining area. Plus plenty of storage space.

Winnebago Rebel – $134,799 – This is the first mass produced manufactured 4×5 Rv in the U.S. It uses a Mercedes Benz 4×4 Sprinter as this base and has a 3-liter turbo diesel engine. Inside you will find a full kitchen, bath and a bed that sleep two and lifts. It also has storage for bikes, surfboards and other gear.

Hymer Activ – $92,814 – This is a European motorhome and a class B van. It sells up to four with a rear queen bed and dinette that changes into a sleeping area. It also has a full kitchen, entertainment system and bathroom with shower.

Airstream Interstate Grand Tour – $165,878 – This is a new line of touring coaches in a class B style van. It can seat seven people for a ride and sleeps two. It has a kitchen, remote controlled shades and adjustable LED lighting.

ModVan CV1- $65,000 – This one has removable RV components and is a full featured camper van and family van all in one. Using the Ford Transit as a base, it sleeps up to four adults and two kids and has a 2 burner propane stove and under-mount sink, fridge and toilet.

 

This is a portion of an article originally posted ont Curbed