Freedom Vans' Pluto.Freedom Vans
- Washington-based camper van conversion company Freedom Vans created a custom $90,000 camper RV for a woman who wanted to travel with her dogs.
- The build, nicknamed Pluto, has a kitchen, queen bed, garage, toilet, and a bench that can double as the indoor dining space.
- There's an air conditioning unit and a temperature sensor in the van to allow the owner to check the interior temperature of the tiny home while the dogs are inside but she's away.
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Washington-based camper conversion company Freedom Vans created a custom $90,000 camper van conversion named Pluto on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter for a woman who wanted to travel with her dogs.
The 144-inch Sprinter has the same amenities as any normal non-mobile home, such as a kitchen, bed, garage, leisure space, and toilet. But unlike most camper van conversions, Pluto was built out and optimized to accommodate both the #VanLife owner and her four dogs: two that she owns, and two that she's fostering, according to Freedom Vans' YouTube video tour of the build.
Freedom Vans was first founded in 2015 and has since expanded to include nine team members and over 42 completed conversions, including the Fitz Roy camper build.
The company is typically booked between 10 to 14 months ahead of time for full conversions. But besides complete custom conversion work, Freedom Vans can also do smaller tweaks on existing builds, such as installing a battery or solar power system.
In total, full van conversions from Freedom Vans can cost between $45,000 to $125,000 but averages out at around $70,000, while single tweaks could cost between $20,000 to $35,000.
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