I’m a 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan that has been professionally converted into a campervan by Jucy Rentals. I have around 187,000 miles under my belt and am still going strong. I finished a cross-country trip this summer that was 8500 miles long. My owners love to sleep in my penthouse apartment, which sits on top of me and has a comfortable double bed. There are a couple of lights, a DC power outlet, and a fan built in up there. If you prefer to sleep inside, or need 2 separate sleeping areas, my downstairs can be converted into another double bed. The curtains make it private. My owners also like to sit in the back sometimes, and for that I have a table which is stored in my super-secret but very spacious storage area behind the front seats. Under the tailgate, I have a kitchen with a 30-40 quart fridge. The fridge and lights are powered by a deep-cycle battery which is charged when I drive and via a solar panel mounted above my windshield. My kitchen also has a built-in butane stove and a storage cupboard for the kitchen utensils my owners need to cook delicious meals on the road. There’s a spare stove and folding table in case they ever need to cook two things at once. I even have a sink with a USB-charged faucet, a 5-gallon clean water tank, and a 6.6-gallon grey-water tank. I have a 3.3 liter V6 engine and a 20-gallon fuel tank. I get about 18-21 miles per gallon, so I won’t cost a fortune to travel like some of the other huge gas-guzzling campers out there. I have 5 seat belts for front and rear passengers. I’m easy to drive and can be parked almost anywhere outside. I’d like to see some of those other campervans parallel park like I can! I could use a new coat of paint to show off my good looks, but I’m not rusty or dented.
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