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Old 03-21-2017, 09:57 AM   #5
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Default Re: 2016 4WD 144" Sprinter Campervan Pop Top Weekender, San Diego, CA

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Originally Posted by slamit View Post
It can be added. No offense, but build a van with a professional builder, you will easily see how expensive a build gets and understand why this is a 100k van... Simple kitchenette easily can be added I designed the seating to be fully adjustable, this van is way more trick than what the pictures show. I see builds with way less for way more than this on a 4WD, even 2WD's. This is a weekender first not a camper only, its meant to take place of a SUV or Truck as a daily driver and haul a family...and do camping duties part time. A 2-5k kitchenette is easily added on, but why? They just take up to much space in a 144".
Agree wholeheartedly. Kitchens are great in a bus or travel trailer. In a 144? Not so much. Nice looking trucks you're building, neighbor.
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