karson Racing 1972 Chevy Van Indiana

van racing a Mustang

More Videos...


CHEVY VAN G20 IN VOGELWAARDE.( DEEL 1 )
CHEVY VAN G20 V8---5,7ltr WITH SIDE PIPES VAN OWNER DAVY.





HotRodHarrys 1977 70's Custom Chevrolet Chevy Van Vanning
SOLD to one of the original creators of this van and selling dealer of these vans back in the day. Was purchased by his grandson for his 80th birthday. So she is back home :) All original....not restored survivor van. The orginal owner from Louisville Kentucky bought her new and then drove her to "Van-tastic" in Bremen, Indiana. She is as she was created back in 1977 by Van-Tastic "Hop Cap Inc." 121k orig. miles..350 V8 (4 barrel) turbo 350 automatic trans....even the factory A/C is ice cold and works great! CB works too! Just get in ..pump the gas twice..turn the key..starts right up ..fast idle and all..even after 3 weeks. I have added new BFG Radial T/A's to the front to match the rear. Pics are on my website www.HotRodHarrys.com So Love my van!!... My Time Machine ...Keepin Vanning Alive. More on my www.HotRodHarrys.com website. I'm HotRodHarrys on Facebook My email is HotRodHarrys@aol.com





Converted van as full-time home for nomadic Canadian couple
Mat and Danielle spent their first date bonding over Lloyd Kahn’s book “Home Work” and discussing their ideas for simplifying their lives. They became a couple, but “somewhere along the way, we ended up doing the exact opposite of what we wanted,” explains Danielle on their blog. “Instead of simplifying, we bought a house and spent months hauling furniture, paint and knick knacks into it to surround ourselves with stuff that we liked.  Our bills went up so we got better jobs, started working more, and eventually all we did was work during the day and watch Netflix every night because we were too Exhausted to do anything else.” “Mat was the first to suggest making a change because he found our lifestyle stressful, but I resisted at first.  I was really caught up in the idea of owning my own place, maybe starting a family one day and planning for an amazing retirement.  I was also excited that I had a new full time job with benefits and that we were financially stable.  Eventually I realized that all I was doing was working and I didn’t even like my job anymore.  We decided that we should do something crazy: sell our house, quit our jobs and travel the world.” Today, Mat and Danielle are living full-time in a converted van. Their back seat folds down into a bed. Their kitchen is a cooler plus camping stove. Their bathroom includes a solar camping shower and a plastic bottle toilet (with funnel). They’ve eliminated a mortgage, but their are still costs, what Mat calls “like renting a really cheap apartment in a city”. Instead of paying down a house, Mat and Danielle have decided to focus on working less and experiencing more, both by exploring the world and their artistic interests: for Mat, it’s music and art and for Danielle it’s writing. Mat and Danielle on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/explorealternatives Their blog: http://www.exploringalternatives.ca/ Mat’s art: http://www.matdube.com/ Original story: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/converted-van-as-full-time-home-for-no madic-canadian-couple/





Magic Bus- A cargo van conversion.wmv
The process of taking a stock Ford Econoline E250 and converting it to a camper van. Installing Solar Panels, Controller, Batteries, Water tank/Pump, Sink, Shower, Bed, Storage Compartments, Lights, Paneling, etc.




Follow