It Cost Him Only $150 to Build This Tiny Camper, But Wait to See The Inside! Unbelievable!

If you like traveling around the country than you certainly know how to appreciate the benefits of a camper vehicle. What we have her is a DIY small home built by a man named Paul Elkins and you would not believe what he managed to achieve within the budget of only $150. He used four recycled fluted-plastic campaign signs that he scored from a recent election, a $20 used bike, six pine boards he got for a dollar at Home Depot, duct tape, zip ties, and screws. What more this fully functional camper weighs only 60 pounds and is attached to a bicycle, so he does not need to worry about the cost of gas.

As for the inside, this tiny home contains a stove, a bread-pan sink, a counter, food storage, shelving, clothing storage, a bed, LED lighting, and a skylight, and it’s is even insulated. Now, what can you say about this, watch the video and feel free to tell us what you think about it.

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