OSV | VALHALLA | 4×4 170EXT 3500 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter


Welcome the next era of 4×4 170EXT 3500 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Outside Vans!

Thoughtfully designed luxury Sleeper van with a dash of “jet-set-swagger” that’s hand-crafted to perfection, from over 20 years of hands on experience.

Life is simple in a van.

OSV | VALHALLA | 4×4 170EXT 3500 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

31 Comments on “OSV | VALHALLA | 4×4 170EXT 3500 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter”

  1. if those numbers ever come up…….!! Sportsmobile now using sprinters as well, but I’m really starting to take a shine to OV Sprinters!!

  2. I have seen custom builds of higher quality than this with a better layout for less money.

  3. I’d much rather have someone talking about the conversion and the van’s features. I don’t watch these videos to listen to music, I watch them to gain information about the product.

  4. It looks OK. However, that kitchen unit infront of the seat takes away one full seat in the back so you’re reduced to 2 seats in the back. And the angle of the backrest is horrific. How are you supposed to sit on that, you’d be better keeping it in bed mode and just sitting up in the bed.

  5. Beautiful van! I can tell that you guys spend a lot of time thinking things through…
    Can you tell me how tall it is?

  6. Wow this van has almost the exact layout I pictured for my van. Bummer you guys cost too much for my budget.

  7. I read these vans encounter serious exhaust issues after 08 models around 120k mile mark. Are these expensive to fix? Is it worth it?

  8. I know what real van life is… and this to me is simply overpriced, pristine,plastic,surgical,and actually not that functional AT ALL! buying a second hand empty sprinter box is the way to go guys…. make your own personal mark on your build and away you go…at a fraction of the cost. Happy vanning people.

  9. Nice van but with a little know how you can build your own for much much less. And you’ll have a lot of money left over to pay for a lot of diesel.

  10. absolutely amazing….we are currently on the market but leaning toward a regular short class B due to cost…

    seriously …well done

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