The Baby Beluga: Sprinter Van
The Baby Beluga: Sprinter Van
All you need are your clothes, adventure shoes, and outdoor gear, I’ve got all the basics covered! Included are: organic coffee for French press, organic cumin/black pepper/Himalayan pink salt, organic cold pressed extra virgin olive oil, fresh linens, 1 extra wool blankets for colder nights, filled up with 26 gallons drinking water, empty/clean compost toilet, air pump to fill bike/car/inner tubes, portable charger powerful enough to jump start car battery, bear spray for safety, extra keys in a lockbox under frame in case you lose/lock keys in car, toilet paper, clean dish rags, fresh towels, plenty of usb/outlets, 26 liters of refrigeration, plenty of dry storage for produce/canned/packaged snacks, spice rack, cooking utensils/cutlery, soap for dishes/hand washing, hand sanitizer, aromatherapy spray, ten pounds of propane for the stove, two chairs for inside, two beach chairs, and of course a hammock!
We recently returned from a dreamy trip in Mendocino and cruised down the amazing California coast!
We’ve had an epic time surfing at San Onofre(called the perfect San O van by a couple), anywhere coast side, all over the mountains, backside of Shasta off-roading slowly, Mendocino for paddling, Klamath River for salmon/sea lion scene, crater lake, Mt. Rainier, anywhere locally in Marin County near our home mountain Mt. Tam, all over Bolinas, Olema, head to point Reyes and paddle at night with the bioluminescence, hike everywhere, the open road has so many spots and magical wonders, enjoy them all.
I work Monday - Friday typically 9am-8pm. During the week I can only meet up for the walkthrough at 730am or after work at 8pm. The weekends are open and I can help anytime. You can pickup without me being present and call with any questions about the interior perks!
Please no smoking inside, the smell is hard to get out of the fully insulated vehicle. Dogs are okay, but please treat it like your own space, I put months of hard work into making this vehicle eclectic and tons of fun! You can go off-road if you have experience, but you must drive slowly as any camper van enthusiast knows you are hauling around nearly 2,000 extra pounds with all the modifications! Enjoy the scenery and take your time and you will be fine. Please drive slower and more cautiously when first getting used to driving this amazing rig, it takes longer to slow down than your everyday commuter car and a safe distance should be kept when following cars on the freeway and roads. Have a good time in the great outdoors!
I was inspired a few years ago to build a fun AWD snow worthy van to enjoy my the amazing west coast, especially California and Lake Tahoe Winter’s. I spent months trying to find a perfectly maintained AWD Chevy Astro, and came across this one that was government owned and operated by one owner with low mileage, garaged while parked, and in pristine condition. After adding on a 34 inch super camper, I did all of the work myself inside a barn in lovely Half Moon Bay over a few months. I have spent over a year traveling California’s summers, and a winter in temperatures up to negative 15 degrees climbing mountains. During winter I rent out the rig with a catalytic heater and #20 more extra pounds of under-mounted propane for winter expeditions! This car is a dream of mine come true.
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