Finally, after 23 years, a modern, small footprint camper van that is your daily driver as well. We are taking our countless years of VW love and experience and applying it to these Modern Mercedes

We are the first to admit that it’s not the Marco Polo or the VW California, but it’s awesome and we are loving it - and, honestly, having seen both of those in person we think this is just as good. The combination of a super high performing van, the quality of the conversion components, and craftsmanship and experience of Peace Vans has created a unique product for a long under served market. Check it all out here.

With dozens of Peace Vans Modern conversions on the road, and dozens more the queue, you’re buying a proven and tested product that customers are loving. See what our customers have to say here

 

Full Camper Conversion

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Our full camper conversions start with a Metris cargo van and end up as a beautiful, 5 seat camper van with sleeping for 4. With an integrated cooktop, fridge, sink and lots of storage you are ready camp for a weekend, roadtrip for a month, or just drive around town doing your regular errands.  Conversion starts at $39,995


We built a Full Camper for James and Betsy and grabbed a quick video when they picked up. Hear what they had to say about the experience

The Weekender

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Our Weekender conversions start with a Metris passenger van, and end up as a roomy passenger van that can quickly covert to a dreamy camp-mobile that sleeps four.  You retain all sorts of extra cargo space while also having the perfect escape pod to hit the road in.  Conversion starts at $23,995


Just a Pop Top

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Need to retain the 7 seat configuration but still want a modern pop top?  We will take your stock Metris passenger van and put a pop top on it while you retain the stock seating configuration.  Add a pop top to your Metris for $10,995.  Add $750 for a passenger van and $1,400 to color match the top.


See a Metris in Action

 

Local Seattle TV Stations Came To Visit Peace Vans and Both Featured the Metris. Give A Watch