Jones Campervans

Two years ago I decided to escape the rat race working long hours in London. I got rid of 95% of my belongings including my house. I was left with enough to fill a small van.

During the process of selling my house & belongings & after a lot of consideration, I decided to give the van life a go rather than downgrading into a smaller house. Thinking it would be short term I handed over close to £30K for a converted van.

The van I bought was great but I bought it “as see” so I had no say in the layout or features. After around 6 months of living in that van, I decided to build one myself & that was the start of my journey.

I thoroughly enjoy the process, I build vans with passion and care as if they were my own!

I currently still live van life full-time while building vans for my customers & don’t plan to stop anytime soon.

Here are some examples of what I have done…. https://www.jonescampervans.co.uk/

I love to work with reclaimed wood giving your van a real quirky & home away from home feel.

If it’s possible to get into a van I’ll do it, I’m open to any ideas!

From Quirky Campers
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Contact Information
Kent, United Kingdom
Conversion from
£8,500 to £34,900
Waiting List

2 months

Detailed Information
Conversion Basics
Poptop roof
Additional belted seats
Heating Installation
Diesel – eg refleks
Diesel - Air blower
Gas - Air blower
Other heating types
12v Electrics
USB sockets
leisure battery
Split charge relay
Solar Panel
240v Electrics
240v Mains charger
240v sign off
Gas Installation
Gas work
LPG tank (underslung)
Gas Appliances
Gas Safe Certificate
Landlords Gas Safe Certificate
Soft Furnishings
Carpet Lining
Cushion covers
Auto upholstery (seats)
Designed for Hire
Landlords Gas Safe Certificate
Guaranteed Appropriate Payload
240v Electrical Sign off
DVLA Motor Caravan Registration