4th Gen Econoline 4x4

Once Sportsmobile installed their well-established penthouse pop-top, and Advanced 4×4 worked their drivetrain magic to this Ford Econoline – Reparadise stepped in to turn the empty van into a one-of-a-kind camper. For starters, we wired the coach for use with a Goal Zero Yeti that’s tied into both solar and the vehicle alternator. Perfect for an electronic media power user… more on that to come

Subsequently; we insulated the walls with closed-cell spray foam, fastened down an insulated sub-floor, and followed with a Marmoluem floor over the top. With that out-of-the-way, custom maple cabinetry, white interior walls, and aluminum trim highlights give this rough and tumble 4×4 Camper a modern feel with a fit and finish not commonly associated with overland vehicles.

Econoline 4x4 custom interior biuld

That said, we have capacity to build custom to an individual needs. And, besides an eye for pleasing aesthetics, the owner of this off-road van earns their keep in the field of video production. For that reason, a Goal Zero Yeti’s stout battery pack provides juice to power the cameras, laptop, and associated gear – then, there’s enough electrons leftover to keep the 12v Engle fridge frosty.

Custom camper van
Modern Camper Van interior by Reparadise
Chassis mounted Propane Econoline 4x4
Chassis mounted Propane Ford Econoline 4x4
Camper Van monitor mount
Computer monitor installed in camper van
Ford van Stereo
4x4 adventure van
Ford Econoline 4x4 custom interior biuld
Econoline 4x4 custom interior biuld
Custom Ford camper Van

When it’s time to review, showcase, or edit, a large high-quality monitor swings into multiple positions. For one, it sits flush to the window, or it can face the rear seat (grom entertainment for those extra-long trips) or it can be positioned for viewing outside the van. Where it’s complemented by an Earth Quake component speaker mounted in the side door. Adjacent to them, are camp essentials for a family of five.

Finishing off the up-fitting is a chassis-mounted LP tank, with custom access door, which provides fuel to a Propex Heater and glass-top Dometic range. Finally, a large Fiama Awning keeps thing’s cool at camp.