Take a full tour of this stunning DIY conversion of an ambulance into a camper van, built by Amanda and her dad over 7 months. The vehicle is a 2006 Ford E-350 cutaway that used to be an emergency response vehicle for the US Navy. Amanda bought it for $10,000 CAD and the conversion cost an additional $10,000 CAD. Outfitted with a full kitchen, fixed bed, work station, closet, composting toilet, solar power, and a woodstove, this van is ready for off-grid adventures! Amanda is a solo female traveler in Canada who is passionate about baking, making music, and yoga, and she works as a voice-over actor using a portable sound booth in her tiny house on wheels.
You can find out more about Amanda’s voice-over work and follow her van life journey here:
Folk Life Magazine is the publication that Amanda is volunteering for:
A huge thank you to Simon from Finding Simon for filming the footage for this video!
You can follow his boat-building adventures on YouTube here:
Thanks for watching!
Mat & Danielle
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Music & Song Credits:
All music in this video was composed, performed, and recorded by Mat of Exploring Alternatives.
Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives
Simon Stiles from Finding Simon
Photos of the Build:
Provided by Amanda Lemay