We’ve worked on campers of all walks of life, and this 2021 Sprinter 4×4 VS30 170 high roof represents the culmination of the lessons learned and skill sets honed from that exposure. In fact, during production, sharing shop space next to this Sprinter Van were $200,000 Airstreams in for one-off restorations. This kinship is obvious in the choices of materials, products, and fit and finish used to complete this 4×4 Sprinter Camper Van. This is not another mid-west factory-built RV. This van is built by technicians, craftsmen, and… dare we say it? ….even those who identify as Artists. Hey it’s 2021, we can finally accept it as a specialist occupation. The Sprinter VS30 170 is a cargo van… in it’s simplest form, it’s boomy, crude, and a bit cold. Far from what one would associate with a Mercedes Benz product. We went to great lengths to ensure this coach is quite on the road and comfy at camp by using premium materials and construction techniques passed over by factories driven by efficiency and cost cutting. This 4×4 Sprinter Camper Van features components from NAPC, 3M, Isotherm, Bosch, Lonseal, Dometic, and more.
Large 4.6cu. ft. Isotherm 130 fridge, Furrion Single Induction cooktop,Dometic stainless sink with glass lid and folding faucet stowe-able 6’4″ bed couch turns into a bed, durable Lonseal flooring,front swivel seats and a 16-gauge security box under rear floor .There’s so much crap in the RV industry it can be over whelming at times. Modern campers have propane and battery systems and HVAC components and appliances that run on either, neither and/or more… it seems like designers pack as much BS in, and never actually use these things beyond parking and plugging in at the ol’ KOA… gross. Our Sprinter van’s heat relies on energy sourced from the vehicles existing fuel tank, and charges its batteries with an auxilary 24v alternator. It’s simple, lightweight and efficient. Hmmm, kinda like our interior layout.