Schell Game was commissioned for extended stays off grid in Baja, California. It was built on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4 chassis and balances everything you need for extended remote trips while maintaining a lightweight design to get you going places.
The Warden was built for a couple to travel in style and comfort. The van has a galley featuring TouRig Airliner cabinets, stainless steel sink with gray water tank, IsoTherm fridge, maple butcher block counter-top and 2-burner induction cooktop.
This rig is cool, classy and collected, built for an active family of four. Click to see pictures and features of this custom 2018 Sprinter 170 4×4.
Chief Hosa AKA Chief Little Raven as he was known by the Southern Arapaho Indians of the mid-late 1800’s was built with the west in mind. This rig captures the spirit of western adventure in style and luxury.
Backbone was commissioned to amplify the active lifestyle of the Simmons family from Carbondale, CO. The rig was designed and built to allow an active family of five the ability to travel in comfort while providing a high level of confidence to get to and from remote playgrounds.
Commissioned by the Katski family from Annapolis, MD, “Panther” is the ultimate hockey mom caddy, designed to accommodate an active family with kids and gear in tow.
Commissioned by the Langdon family from Boulder, CO, “Franchot” is a designer’s dream. With premium upholstery and environmentally conscience flooring,
Doug is an avid fly fisherman and spends a lot of time working in mountain territories. He and his wife wanted the van to be a comfortable space to retreat after a long day of work or play. Features an interior shower and more.
The idea of converting a van brings certain images to mind: freedom, adventure and the open road. For Ryan and Kim St. Lawrence, converting their Sprinter van means that and so much more.