Conversion Vans Offer Convienence and Quality Design.
Conversion vans not only offer convenience, but many new conversion vans are sleek and stylish in their designs.
One of the most common types of chassis found on conversion vans is the Chevrolet Express 3500 Extended. Roadtrek, who is a manufacturer of class B motorhomes, features seven different models that use the Chevrolet 3500 as a base, which is a testament to its popularity.
A more unique look for a conversion van is that of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500. The Sprinter has a more rounded front end than the Chevrolet 3500, and the hood almost seamlessly transitions into the windshield, giving it a distinctively European appearance. European RV owners love conversion vans, so it is no surprise that many of them own one built off of the Mercedes Sprinter base.
A paint job can set a conversion van apart from the pack. There are a number of different graphic options available from your manufacturer, and Dave Arbogast RV Depot offers eight different custom paint options for your van. White, Sandstone, Silver, Graystone, Black, Bronze Mist, Blue, and Toreador Red each offer their own unique look to your van. Combine this with graphic options and you could have combinations such as black paint and silver graphics or toreador red paint and white graphics.
With the possibilities at your fingertips, having a conversion van that has your very own personal touch to its exterior is something that you can take pride in every time you drive it!
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