John may have only left the US Army 2-days ago, but that didn’t stop him from building one of the coolest FedEx step van conversions you’ve ever seen. For those who don’t know, this step van weighs between 1 – 2 tons and are often utilized by government agencies, specifically during disaster recovery efforts, or in this case, for deliveries. Read more to see the conversion and for additional information.
This particular step van is a 1998 Chevriolet Grumman Olson, powered by a GM 5.7L (350CID) V8 engine, mated to an automatic transmission. As you can see, the full-length shelving where packages typically would be stored, has been removed, and in its place, you’ll find a mini refrigerator, stand-up shower, lots of storage space, a full-sized microwave, kitchenette, two roof vents, a lounge area, and most importantly, a comfortable place to sleep.
- Superior Technology: Stable self-balancing technology enables to move effortlessly. The high-power hub motor and spindle-shaped tread design help achieve more flexible steering. With Smart Battery Management System and UL 2272 provide dual protection
- Safe & Comfortable Riding: With uniquely designed ambient and tail lights to keep you safe in the dark. The rubber tires are designed to improve stability, steering capabilities, and combined with slip-resistance on the pads bring maximum comfort and fun.
- Easy to Learn: The Segway Drift W1 e-skates are very easy to pick up and learn. With superior technology, just step on and get going effortlessly in minutes. It's lightweight and convenient to carry in a bag or in your hand to bring anywhere.
- Powerful Performance: A single fully charged battery can run up to 45 minutes and top speed of 7.5 mph. For both adults and children, single e-skate weighs 7.7 lbs but can carry a max payload of 220 lbs. IP54 enable you to ride in all weather conditions.