Yes it is pretty cool and you can drive out no problem... although I don't because I have a small rope to the roof rack in the center to give slight upward tension to allow rain to flow off correctly...
Those are butane tanks I use for the stove they give good autonomy I plan to use these for a fridge in the future too... but that will be probably when I redesign the interior of my van...
The stove is the (over here) cheapo basic, it cooks really well, better than my home cooker which is electric... although this won't be enough to persuade Mrs Saabman to move into the van permanently
New ride: 2000 Chevy Suburban 1500 4WD 1998 Chevy Express 2500 past project
+ 1990 Mitsubishi Pajero V6 3.0l
+ 2001 Saab 9-5 Aero Hirsch
+ 1972 Saab 96 V4 (not running)
+ fixed house (Argh)
Well not an SMB but most of us have been there and any info on nice camping spots are welcome. Thanks.
As you can see from some of the pictures, we sleep in the vehicle and used it for about 20 years before I sold it last fall. It looked just like the pictures (no rust) when I sold it. My wife found me a Chevrolet Express van that I spent the winter converting into a camper van. It is not a four wheel drive, so I am not a true SMB-er but I am getting closer with the van.