If you’re a regular Motor1.com reader, you know we love obscure motorhomes and campers built from unlikely source vehicles. The first-generation Chevrolet S-10 is neither large nor powerful, but this fusion of truck with a fiberglass van backside is just too good to pass up. And if you have $4,800, you can put it in your garage.
We found this early 1980’s gem on Facebook Marketplace, located in Union Grove, Wisconsin. It’s a 1984 S-10, finished in a proper period-correct shade of gold with brown stripes. Under the hood sits a 2.8-liter V6, which was rated at 115 horsepower (86 kilowatts) and 150 pound-feet (203 Newton-meters) of torque when new. Vehicle mileage isn’t mentioned in the post, but a close-up photo of the dash sent to us courtesy of the seller shows 98,996 miles on the five-digit odometer.
Little is known about the conversion….