Here are some examples of Sprinters with a large compartment in the rear, often called a "Toy Hauler" or garage.
There are lots of possibilities for the space in the rear. Whatever your needs, we will be glad to work with you.
"We have everything we need for our lifestyle."
—Ed and Joy Minter
Upfront Captain seats are reupholstered to complement the interior conversion. Windshield curtains are standard. The cab divider curtain (O) provides quick privacy and faster cooling/heating of cab.
The "garage" floor and sides are covered in Loncoin rubberized material (O). An accordian door or wood door can partition the front living area. The garage measures 69"W x 80"D x 75"H.
A comfortable and nicely furnished living area provides plenty of room for two outdoor recreationists.
The Porta Shower is quick to put up for a refreshing shower at day's end. The recessed shower pan has space for the shower curtain.
— Steve and Janice Prokop
The space in the rear will be used for two motorcycles and other cargo. The tall cabinet is also removable. The floor covering is tough marine vinyl.
There's a 7 CF refrigerator and combo bath on the driver's side. The galley includes a 3-burner stove and oven.
—Customized for Rose, Morgan, and Mark Hason
The forward compartment includes a gaucho/bed, galley and refrigerator. The rear has a seat/bed, sink and Porta Potti cabinet. As you can see, there's lots of cargo space.
—Troy and Jill Humphrey
. . . saying goodbye to their second Sportsmobile
and hello to their third one.
Troy included a heavy-duty 1,000 pound 48" x 68" slide-out shelf for heavy cargo. Other sizes are available. The Humphrey's will supply their own mattress for the upper bed platform. A 7 CF refrigerator, bath module and galley are up front.
You can design the rear compartment to meet your particular requirements.
"We have been traveling the U.S. and Canada exploring for one year now. Everything has worked out very nicely. Our saga continues."— Mike and Susan
Dear Paul and Staff,
My husband and I bought our Sportsmobile from you in 2004. Seeing the recent article in Trailer Life magazine prompted me to finally write the letter I have intended to send for several months.
By procrastinating I can tell you even more about how pleased we were with our rig while on our 2 1/2-month caravan tour to, around, and from Alaska. Our RV was the smallest of the 21 in the group, but we were the most able to stop anywhere and the most able to take rough narrow roads to trailheads and waterfalls without concern.
We previously had a 32-foot Class A Safari and towed our 1980 Toyota pickup. We sold both as we found that all we needed was our Sportsmobile! Now that we rent a studio apartment as home base for about six months of the year, our van suits us wonderfully well. Having the storage area for our two bikes in the back and our tandem kayak on top makes it a wonderful "toy box." And, we are always proud to show off the quality workmanship and materials when folks ask to see our van.
Thanks again for your expertise and dedication to building a top quality product.
Carol and Ivan Foyt