Chevy conversion van, seats five, sleeps four, two in the roof top tent and two on the electrically-operated fold down bed. Van is equipped with 2000W inverter running off 200AH batteries, includes a 59 qt. portable frig powered full time by the house batteries. Microwave, coffee maker, toaster, mini-blender, and air fryer run off the AC inverter. Propane stoves for more power-extensive cooking. Portable solar panel and a 2000W portable generator provide emergency backup if needed. The van was built to have everything you need for dry-camping. Renters have used it in campgrounds, off-the highways, at rest areas, and other places.
Van is maintained according to recommended schedule, goes through a complete check and road-tested by the Master Mechanic (Me) before each trip. Has small sink for brushing , light washing, 40 gallon fresh water tank under the floor could be filled for long showers at camp grounds. Diesel heater installed for winter camping. Hot external outside shower is set up at the back of van.
The lower bed is extendable to 80 in. Long , 56 inch wide. The roof tent sleeps 2 adults (80 x 50 inch) and used to store bedding supplies. The additional roof top tray with the supplied bag can carry another 15 cu ft. of cargo plus another 10 cu ft from the hitch carrier box.
The van is much more quiet and pleasant to drive than a class C, functionally (place to sleep, cook, eat, and relax after exploring) the same as a much more expensive, new camper van ($75K +), cost effective, efficient and a perfect fit for two people also workable for larger parties. Much more versatile/economical alternative than hotel + rental car + rest meals option (rental cost is same as 2 1/2 star hotel room charge.
Save a ton of money cooking your own meals vs. paying absurdly overpriced-restaurant charges .Lastly, full-frame Chevy is safer than a similar vehicle without a frame.