Speaking of rentals, it looks like some of the van rental companies use rentals as a way to market their van builds. They rent a van to Kaleigh, she loves it, and has them build her one. I want to talk about the smallest vans. I built a Promaster City camper, and for personal reasons, have decided to sell it. I'm not finding a market for these little vans. It appears people are not aware of them unless they've rented one. Many of the rental companies have them because they are cheap to rent, they get 30 mpg (28 hwy rating), and they're fun and easy to drive. You can park them anywhere if you're on vacation in a city. Unlike a Sprinter, they fit in a parking garage and your home garage. And, they don't sit when you're not travelling. They can be your daily driver. But, nobody seems to know they exist. I think the car dealers hide them in the commercial van lot because they'd rather sell a more expensive SUV. So, what's your experience? Do you know what a Promaster City is?