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The Worlds Smallest Motorhome?

What happens when you cross a bicycle, a campervan and genius of a custom car convertor?

You get what could be the smallest campervan in the world. This is the latest creation from Andy Saunders from Kampers & Kars in Poole, Dorset. Enjoy the photos and don't miss the video at the end!

Known as the cramper van the mobile home comes with a living area of only 4ft 9in and 6ft in long. It's based on a 1960's Butlins pedal cart and an Autohomes Bambi. It comes equipped with a seating area, bed, stove and sink.

This wonderful little camper took around two-weeks to make and cost the creator just 1,000.

The cramper van is fully insulated and insulated and nice and bright due to the big side window.

We understand that this is not going to be made for sale to the public and is just a special one-off for the creator.

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    Message posted by heath63 on 16/05/2013 10:02:26Report Post Report this
It looks like a posh go cart.


    Message posted by krazykamper on 16/05/2013 10:40:43Report Post Report this
Isn't that a dinky wee thing? It would certainly keep you fit and not cost an arm and a leg on fuel!!

    Message posted by daveslisa on 16/05/2013 11:30:41Report Post Report this
I want one.....just for me, not to share . I think it is fab   

    Message posted by superpup on 16/05/2013 12:35:47Report Post Report this
just get the wind behind you on your journey. and you aint gonna do much pedaling. i am also wondering if it is actualy road legal. maybe if it was a just a few feet longer it would be even better. i think it would sell.
bound to be someone interested in buying one. good for a sudden downpour as well. place to stay dry. and have a coffee while waiting for it to stop. as i said earlier. a few feet longer, and holiday camps could hire them out for the single person who does not want much. basic. but a really good idea that could work

    Message posted by fin7 on 16/05/2013 15:17:20Report Post Report this
Be great to hire one for a weekend.


    Message posted by black ice on 16/05/2013 16:09:37Report Post Report this
I love it I want one


    Message posted by DazzLynn on 24/06/2013 21:57:23Report Post Report this
That's so cool....fit in the garage too

    Message posted by zivadog on 25/06/2013 20:30:18Report Post Report this
You wouldn't be able to get up any hills lol

    Message posted by jelboy53 on 26/06/2013 08:47:17Report Post Report this
Kit it out with an electric bike and I would hire one...


    Message posted by bald eagle on 26/06/2013 21:36:52Report Post Report this
i think its great, save on fuel

    Message posted by Helibean on 17/08/2015 08:39:55Report Post Report this
Wow! No toilet though...

    Message posted by jeff juke on 17/08/2015 11:13:52Report Post Report this
I can just see it on the road with a major tailback behind it.Not only that,a side wind would blow it over not to mention a head wind which would hold it back.

    Message posted by SGThomas on 17/08/2015 12:56:29Report Post Report this
Quote: Originally posted by jeff juke on 17/8/2015
I can just see it on the road with a major tailback behind it.Not only that,a side wind would blow it over not to mention a head wind which would hold it back.

OOOh Jeff I love it when you talk dirty and sensibly

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