What would you do if you saw an old white Ford E-450 with a dual in the back and a big plain white box parked on the street? Maybe none; You won’t even give a second glance.
That’s the stealth that motorhome owners want this feature. Epic Scolies have made it happen with this motor home conversion, and the company gave us a guide on its latest work.
Most tours involve the inside, of course. Starting with the mood lighting in the hallway as you enter the motor home from the back. The switches inside are also equipped with blue LEDs, which blend perfectly with the combination of stainless and teak wood for a premium feel.
In the living room, there are two sofas that convert into full size beds and hide storage space and electronics. There’s also a 32-inch smart TV, paired with two JBL speakers. The ceiling is constructed with tongue and groove pine, while the floor is made with vinyl plank. There is heating and cooling, while natural light comes from shaded skylights.
The kitchen is equipped with a full-size refrigerator with a stainless steel finish, while the propane stove features a blue LED on the switch as well. For an added premium touch, Epic Scolies go for the black penny tiles for the backsplash.
That black penny tile was also found in the bathroom, which was designed to fit its towering owner’s 6’5″ height. Here you can see a Thetford port pot with an electronic flush, plus one of the best shower areas we’ve seen in a motorhome. is a rain shower with water wand and water massage function, paired with teak wood flooring.
To top it all off, this stealthy Ford box truck motorhome can be completely off-grid with a 20 gallon propane tank, 75 gal fresh water tank, and 50 gallon gray water tank.