The Ram ProMaster 136” Wheelbase is a stunning small house on wheels that is built by the eminent Mango Vans. It is equipped with all the classic features that its manufacturer, Mango Vans is known for. The 136” Wheelbase stands for its reliability and durability that together aim to provide a comfortable camper van to people of all ages. The 136” Wheelbase is one of the ProMaster series manufactured by Mango Vans and follows the quintessential style that is persistent through all these camper vans.
The 136” Wheelbase is a compact version of its sister van from this series, the ProMaster 159” Wheelbase. The design and style are similar to that of the 159” Wheelbase the only salient difference is the compact frame that the 136” Wheelbase is formed on. The ProMaster 136” is filled with many great and appealing features that are surely very lucrative for its affordable price and sturdy built. The sleek yet simple design of the ProMaster 136” is both snazzy and supportive. The choice of materials used in building this camper van reflects intelligence as everything is known for its strength as well as style.
The Shou Sugi Ban technique is used in the 136” Wheelbase and it is a process that involves various steps of treating the wood. These steps include charring the wood first, then brushing and cleaning it, and finally finishing it with oil to achieve a wonderful look and maintain its durability. The interiors put on a fine display of space enmeshed with style and exhibit pine tongue and groove interiors that have been whitewashed. The unique interior design exudes homely vibes while also being able to accommodate multiple layouts.
The interiors are bright and clean and remain spacious for the benefit of its owners. Unlike what many of its contemporaries may lack, the 136” Wheelbase comes with sufficient leeway to navigate around the available space. This camper van has creative solutions to the limited space available and is equipped with various modes of storage facility that allow the owners to lead a comfortable life and make the most of the available space.
There are cabinets affixed in the wall which can be used for storing all kinds of goods and chattels that one might need during traveling. The van is compact in structure and can be easily parked in a regular parking spot. This way the owners or potential buyers can be free of any worries as they can easily carry around the ProMaster 136” wherever they go and can make use of all its amazing features.
The Ram ProMaster 136” Wheelbase is thoughtfully compacted in structure but is surely very impressive as it can fulfill all the basic requirements of its owners while also being very modish.
The ProMaster 1500 136" wheel base offer the reliability and comfort of the 159 in a more compact frame. Sleek and simple, for this project, they used the Japanese technique of Shou Sugi Ban, then whitewashed the pine tongue and groove for a unique interior. An even smaller space than vans typically used for camper conversions required some creative problem solving for storage, that still left the final product bright and clean.