Mercedes-Benz Tiny Home

Auto enthusiast and broadcast systems engineer Jack Richens wanted his own tiny home, but one that could go anywhere without requiring it be towed. So, he purchased a used 2012 Mercedes Benz Sprinter for $10,000, and spent another $8,500 converting it into a home on wheels. Featuring sleeping pods, a kitchenette set with a small dining / seating area, and plenty of storage space underneath for shoes. “There really weren’t any van conversions available that suited our requirements. We saw countless vans that looked amazing but were simply not practical. The whole thing about building your own van is that you can tailor it precisely to your requirements and taste. We built a van for a family of four to have adventures in and the main remit was that, if necessary, we could spend days on end inside the van with two hyper kids and still enjoy ourselves,” said Richens. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of floating water in zero gravity.

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