I wonder if they have to pay a licensing fee to VW.
And I like they sell a rolling shell. You could customize the heck out of it, although I like the minimalist set up they've already designed (see the green one in gallery). Wonder if you could design a penthouse type bed?
Also, they're a British company, see http://dub-box.com. Smart move opening up in Portlandia ville.
2001 Ford E250 Sportsmobile with Salem-Kroger 4x4 conversion
A van-based trailer is a cool idea. I'd like it even more if being towed by the same type of van.
In 2005 during a trip to Yellowstone I recall seeing a trailer made by welding two older GM vans together -- looked nice and professional. It was same principle as these; just a lot larger. I have to admit being tempted to do one based on Econoline van but I've always talked myself out of it for fear it would look "odd". Not the word my wife and son used, implying it wouldn't go over well at many campgrounds.
Greg in Austin
2008 Ford 6.0PSD EB/E-PH SMB 4X4 Aluminess f/r bumpers (13.5mpg avg, 15mpg hwy) 52k miles [Texas McBeast]
2006 Toyota Prius (48 to 68 mpg) 120k miles [Penelope]
2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon (15 to 18 mpg) [Johnnie]
2012 Mitsubishi MiEV (no gas required) ($.50/day in electricity) [Evie] https://badge.facebook.com/badge/1232...3.32047100.png