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Old 11-20-2006, 02:24 AM   #1
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Default GTRV - Westy Toyota Sienna!

This is part two of GTRV's new releases. (See the Sprinter Spoiler Post)

GTRV Westy Toyota Sienna!

Over the Top
Fantastic Vent Fan in the top!



The Inside Story
Does this look familiar?



The Inside Sleeping Story
Night, night!



Come on in!
Practical luxury!



The Westy Toy!
All opened up - a dream come true!



This one's got a furnace, awning, fantastic vent, and
roof rack.

Contact GTRV 888-332-9602
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Old 08-19-2016, 04:34 PM   #3
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Looking good
But from a decade ago

The frig looks like the Isotherm we have, though.
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Having rented lotso mini vans for moving people and stuff, the sienna was always my last choice- narrower than the dodge and the seats and interior less comfy ( narrower thinly padded seats).

I wonder why they chose that base vehicle...

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GTRV will build on just about any van chassis the customer chooses, so although this post and pics date back to 2006 they'll still build a Sienna camper if ordered. But the Sienna payload is so low that you can't legally carry much in the way of passengers and gear and stay within GVWR.

And that's why GTRV's new Metris conversions look so promising. Larger inside dimensions and about 1000 lbs more payload but still garageable.
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The GTRV Metris does look very promising. Looks like the interior components are being sourced from Reimo (floor, sliding rear seat, cabinets, etc.). Link to GTRV Metris pics:

GTRV Vans for sale!
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Oddly, I can get from that GTRV link to their main website... but... there is nothing on their website about the Metris, nor how to get to that page in the link. Even using their "search" you can't find it. You have to accidentally hit the 'shop' link - where the homepage photo shows an old Ford unit.

That Sienna was done way back when I was talking to them about doing a mini-van conversion. And it was about the last time this website was updated. I actually thought that they were no longer in business.
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