An old rusty van which was rescued from an Australian farm in exchange for two cartons of beer has been transformed into a motorhome worth $149,000

An old rusty van which was rescued from an Australian farm in exchange for two cartons of beer has been transformed into a motorhome worth $149,000. 

Phil Hoken, 40, who has worked as a mechanic for 24 years, purchased what was remaining of the Volkswagen kombi servisi van.

While the van had been tipped on its side and didn’t have any windows, lights or interior, Kombi Servisi Phil was eager to restore it and saw its potential.

Phil told Daily Mail Australia the restoration took 10 months to complete and he sold it for $149,000.

Phil and his wife Jess are co-owners of and kombi servisi the ‘Kombi Servisi Keg’ franchise with 57 franchises across eight different countries.

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Before: Phil Hoken, 40, who has 24 years of industry experience, purchased what was remaining of the Volkswagen Kombi van from a farmer in New South Wales

Before: While the van had been tipped on its side and didn’t have any windows, lights or interior, Phil was eager to restore the iconic van

After: The restored RV not only looks immaculate from the outside but is fully equipped to fit four people comfortably

Inside the space looks luxurious with plenty of room to comfortable fit four people 

The restored RV not only looks immaculate from the outside but is fully equipped to fit four people comfortably.

It now has an electronic automated slide-out kitchen, 2. If you have any kind of concerns relating to where and just how to use kombi servisi, you could call us at our page. 5 litre engine from a Subaru Forester, a five-speed Subaru-gears transmission, fridge, two double beds and a swing out BBQ area complete with twin beer taps.

Other features include a 12v television, 240v generator, reverse cycle air conditioning, 300w solar panels and an overhead camera.

The white cabinets also look luxurious and would provide ample storage space.

Phil and his wife Jess (pictured) are co-owners of RETRO RV and the ‘Kombi Keg’ franchise with 57 franchises across eight different countries 

It now has brand new features including an electronic automated slide-out kitchen, 2.5 litre engine from a Subaru Forester and a five-speed Subaru-gears transmission

The newly completed Retro RV also come packed with a swing out BBQ area complete with twin beer taps