We’re not quite sure of the origins of this YouTube video dating from 2008, but we stumbled across it the other day and thought it might interest Practical Motorhome readers.

We’re not quite sure of the origins of this YouTube video dating from 2008, but we stumbled across it the other day and thought it might interest Practical Motorhome readers.

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The three-minute clip shows a Toyota microvan being converted into an ultra-compact motorhome in a matter of minutes by sliding a pre-assembled, self-contained unit, compete with cooking, eating and washing facilities, into the back.

The result isn’t something we’d want to spend more than a couple of nights in, but it looks like an interesting and viable solution for a dual-purpose van/motorhome, but there’s no accompanying information for the clip. Can any shed any light on the video’s origin?

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