$65,000 buys you a home on wheels of a large family in Pennsylvania
Two-tier beds are an efficient way to maximize the use of vertical spaces; three-tier bunks are more efficient still. This 2012 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter motorhome has five sleeping places and can take two more passengers on board.
The seller claims it is a one-off, homegrown build for larger families who also happen to be road trip enthusiasts. You can buy it in Pennsylvania for an asking price of U.S. $65,000. On the outside, the car looks just stock except for a roof access ladder and roof rack.
The interior is predominantly trimmed in lighter hues with glazed tiles and wood inserts used throughout for decoration. The wood-lined floor and ceiling create a cozy atmosphere, which should be essential for a compact RR meant for five permanent residents.
The three-tier bunk bed mentioned above sports orange sheets, producing a nice visual contrast with the rest of the interior. It also has special safeguards to prevent people from rolling over the edge in their sleep.
Powering the unique camper is a 3.0-liter V6 turbo diesel rated at 190 PS (187 hp / 140 kW) and 441 Nm (326 lb-ft) of torque. The stated mileage is 120,000 miles (around 193,000 km).
Editor Andrew Raspopov