Take a Look Inside This Spacious Ambulance Conversion
When we think of houses on wheels, an ambulance is not what initially comes to mind. Grant has converted an ambulance into a mobile home that suits all of his needs and tastes. Let’s take a look at the results of Grant’s ambulance conversion.
Inside the ambulance, there is a spacious kitchen area with a copper sink and a Black Walnut live edge piece. Grant took out all the original ambulance cabinets but one, which he repurposed to hold his electronics, utensils, and pots.
The fridge is enough for Grant and one more person but he says he would prefer a bigger one. The dining table can sink down, which turns the seating area into a giant bed. A 50-inch TV screen above the bed is surrounded by a wooden frame.
Grant did not shy away from decorating his ambulance tiny home. He got some Manzanita branches at a florist’s which suit the overall style and color scheme of the camper perfectly. Taking out two lanes of bay lights created some more space and allowed Grant who is 6 feet tall to stand up straight inside the ambulance.
The purpose of the ambulance is dry camping: Grant takes it to lakes, festivals, and even work. The camper makes it really easy to go camping - Grant only needs to pack a backpack full of clothes and he is good to go.
Originally Grant was planning on getting a skoolie or a shuttle bus, but those were out of his price range. He found the ambulance on Facebook MarketPlace and fell in love as soon as he saw it.
The owner had already started the ambulance camper conversion, but Grant added so much more to his own taste. The process took a year and a half, as Grant could only work on it on the weekends, but the hard work definitely paid off.
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