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It’s been a while since most of us traveled, for obvious reasons, but the desire to hit the open road hits us more than ever. Waking up and opening the doors of a custom camper van to a view of the Rocky Mountains or Yosemite’s incredible climbs on his wall is exactly what we need after a year he spends indoors. It seems.
Of course, it’s an incredibly romantic take on van life. Honestly, most people love hot showers, regular toilets, sitting on the porch, and throwing big bucks into upgrading their Sprinter or Econoline. I can’t. But there’s a way to enjoy a great van life without a crazy budget. Omaze is handing out vans.
take a look at this Mercedes Sprinter 4×4 camper van conversion you know it’s special Complete with an $80,000 conversion from Vansmith, it’s got a 3.0L V6 turbodiesel that puts out 325 lb-ft of torque, 5,000 lbs of towing capacity, and a 210W solar system, so you don’t have to worry about where you are. There is none. In addition to charging your iPhone or drone at night, it features a Mazzair roof fan, 85-liter refrigerator, 5-foot-long kitchen, full-size bed, and LED lighting system. Also included is Van Smith’s Green package, which according to Omaze includes “a carbon offset package with wool insulation, blue-tinted pine ceilings, bamboo countertops, and 72,000 pounds of carbon offset” and a green logo. It is
Then you can customize it to suit your lifestyle. Choose from rear-mounted bike racks, upgraded suspension for touring around Moab (or wherever you want to walk), and throw some all-terrain rubber in there… the options are nearly endless, totaling $142,000 It would make a great camper. .
You’re probably asking yourself what it takes to win? First of all, according to Omaze, “No donation or payment is required to enter or win this sweepstakes.” $10 gets you 20 entries, $50 gets you 500 entries, $100 gets you 1,200 entries.
The donation itself benefits the Justin J. Watt Foundation. According to Omaze, “The Justin J. Watt Foundation is on a mission to inspire middle school kids to dream big by giving them the opportunity to participate in after-school track and field events in their communities. is designed to help children learn character traits such as accountability, teamwork, leadership, work ethic and perseverance in a safe and supervised environment with their peers. helps these kids broaden their horizons and learn valuable life lessons that will serve them well beyond their age on the playing field.”
If you want this van, nobody wants it. Enter here. The deadline for entries is December 1, 2022 at 11:59 PM Pacific Time.