10 Comments

  1. Kim
    July 25, 2018

    Hi! I saw this build on YouTube and was VERY impressed by it. I live in Chicago and am looking to get a ProMaster built out for fulltime living by next Spring when my lease is up.
    Is this done on a 136 wb high top 2500 ProMaster? Is there a specific need to get a 2500 or will a 1500 be hefty enough for the job? What kind of insulation do you use?
    Also, was the composting toilet included in the build or was that something the owner purchased herself?
    Please respond when you get the chance, I am trying to choose the best company for the build I have in mind and would like to know your prices.

    Thank you!
    Kim W.

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    • JustinRSharp
      July 26, 2018

      Kim,
      We are very happy that you like what we did in this van. Let’s schedule a time to speak on the phone if that works for you.

      TTYS!
      406-404-6834

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  2. Mike
    September 4, 2018

    Hi Guys~
    I’d like to get a price on Woods Promaster please.
    Thank you,
    Mike

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    • JustinRSharp
      September 4, 2018

      We would love to talk with you about it. Give us a call 406-404-6834!

      Reply
  3. Chen
    September 8, 2018

    I really like Colleen’s Promaster van, especially the two seats that convert into a bed for our two grand kids. Will there be seat belt suitable for a moving vehicle such as this one?
    Thank you,

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    • JustinRSharp
      October 1, 2018

      Currently in her van there isnt, though it is possible. Give us a call and we can talk more about it. 406-404-6834

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  4. Michael Bixler
    January 26, 2019

    Is this van a 136 WB or 159 WB?

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    • JustinRSharp
      March 5, 2019

      Sorry for the delay it is a 159″ WB.

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  5. Mindie
    March 10, 2019

    Hello,
    I LOVE LOVE LOVE this build design! I’ve looked at and saved and pinned hundreds of videos and conversion videos. Can specs for the batteries be adjusted for more power? Do you have a special that can be offered? I have tons more questions

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    • JustinRSharp
      March 10, 2019

      Yes batteries can be upgraded! Give us a call and we can talk more! 406-404-6834.

      Reply

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