Outside the Van “Slim Chance:” Go wherever the wind takes you
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Slim Chance is the latest concept from Outside Van. The Adventure Truck was designed in partnership with windsurfer pro Ewan Jaspin and windsurfing equipment company Naish USA. The concept truck is the first of its kind to be based on Outside’s latest Sprinter chassis and is loaded with user-friendly equipment and features.
a Slim chance It’s a kitesurfing trick. As you might expect from the name, it’s not easy. The trick involves an inverted front roll with a 360-degree back side, and we cleared that up as soon as we wrote that. Contrary to its namesake, this truck promises to make outdoor life easier. The outside calls it an original and outstanding wind truck.
The all-wheel drive Sprinter becomes agile off-road
Based in Portland, Oregon, Outside Van is built Trucks for adventurous lifestyles For 15 years. The company manufactures more than 100 pickup trucks every year, and wanted to test and demonstrate the latest Mercedes-Benz Sprinter truck with its specifications. New AWD chassis.
Benz’s all-wheel drive system and 2.0-liter turbo diesel move the truck along and keep it with maximum traction. However, Outside Van went to the team at Agile off-road To make it better.
The Slim Chance truck gets the Agile Off Road RIP (Ride Improvement Package). This kit is not specifically a lift, although it will raise your truck a little. It’s supposed to give your truck a better ride. Especially when off-road and loaded.
The kit comes with custom rear springs and Front coilover suspension. Fox 2.0 front shocks and 2.5 rear shocks dampen the truck’s up-and-down motion.
Agile’s No Rub bumpers fitted front and rear provide enough room to pack new tires and wheels. 17-inch Rhino Atlas wheels wearing BF Goodrich KO2 All terrain tires Designed to help you drive on difficult and slippery surfaces. This Van’s exterior front bumper has driving and fog lights and includes a skid plate.
Outside the shower van
One of the coolest features on this truck is the enclosed outside shower. The outer van took a Pacmole hitch platform Then a wooden floor platform was added. The floor is great for washing tools and rinsing your feet, but it also forms the base of your new shower.
The metal frame holds it in place and prevents the rear doors from swinging. The frame also keeps the shower curtain in place giving you privacy while you are outside. Connect the shower head to the back mixer valve and you’re ready to clean after a dirty day.
because Windsurfing The equipment requires a lot of assembly (and disassembly), and Outside Van has added power tools. The Milwaukee Packout’s rear-mounted stand comes with holders for battery charging, impact drivers, and cordless screwdrivers.
These chargers are located directly in front of the main batteries. The truck has a 960 amp lithium-ion setup that can be charged from the auxiliary generator or from a 140 watt Solar panel Mounted on the roof.
Large kitchen and plenty of storage space
The sectioned kitchen intersects both sides of the truck’s 144-inch cab, and the counter folds to create more space. It has an induction cooktop, and the refrigerator is easily accessible from inside or outside.
There are storage compartments almost everywhere and a glider that retracts out the back. Any flat vertical surfaces that aren’t already cabinets will likely expose the MOLLE mesh for more attachment points.
Outdoor storage starts with the Owl Vans Sherpa Rack with Bike Rack and Outside Van Rear Tire Rack. Yakima Skybox Box on the roof It holds more gear at the top, and there’s a ladder to help you climb.
Outside of the Slim Chance van he sleeps great
When you finally get tired, the Van Murphy Outdoor Bed folds down in the back. The bed is full width and has holes in the walls to allow for side sleeping.
Slim Chance has too many details to cover everything, so if you want more, watch the video above.
Buy your skinny chance
And if you really like it, Outside Vans He put this up for sale. It has just over 6,000 miles and will set you back $308,000. It’ll probably be over quickly, but Outside can build you a cool new truck of your own, too.