Roy Wood Transits in Berkshire has enjoyed a 45-year association with Ford’s iconic range of vans, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2015. 

And its latest campervan conversion, the Auto Campers Day Van, is every bit as adaptable as the vehicle on which it is based. Featuring modular furniture that can be reconfigured on the fly by the user, the Day Van is both super-capable daily drive and genuine multi-purpose camper. 

Campers with modular furniture are no strangers to the market, of course, but what makes the Day Van stand out is its Ford Transit Custom underpinnings, or more accurately the Ford Tourneo Custom, the people-carrier version of the Transit.

Regular readers will know we’re big fans of this base vehicle. It’s great to drive – more car than commercial vehicle, with an ergonomic and comfortable cabin – but perhaps best of all, it’s very well equipped for the money and the factory-fitted options retail for real-world prices. This results in a campervan that’s affordable for more potential buyers, and we think there’s much to applaud about that. 

Auto-Campers also offers a Leisure Van, which sports a fixed rear kitchen and storage unit along both sides of the vehicle. The Day Van reviewed here is a different beast, though, and can be configured from the floor up by the buyer.