Entered by: Christopher Smith, age 539 months

Neff says I cheated because I used my epic Little Van Goes etching kit as a starting point. The rules never said anything about employing such enhancements for drawing impaired individuals like me, but that’s beside the point. Rolls-Royce desperately needs a cool van right now. #Vanlife is nearly as hot today as it was in the 1980s, which is convenient for my purposes because all the designs in my nifty create-a-van kit are firmly rooted in the decade of excess.

I went with a very futuristic design that in no way resembles a Ford Aerostar. The Ghost-inspired spoke wheels are of my own hand, and that thick vertical line upfront represents the properly large and imposing Rolls-Royce grille. Naturally the hood is adorned with the Spirit of Ecstasy, because that’s exactly what you’ll experience inside this ultra-luxurious conversion van. I’m talking multiple wine chillers, three 36-inch flat-screen televisions, an Alcantara sofa that folds into a full-size bed, and a star headliner so massive you’ll need NASA’s help to find your way out the sliding side door. Naturally, power comes from a 6.75-liter V-12 that I promise will fit under the hood.

Priced from $1,220,998, this Premiere Edition Ghost MPV embodies the epitome of the Rolls-Royce experience. It ensures owners will embrace the tranquil solitude of bespoke elegance in an exclusive mobile venue reserved only for the finest and most discriminating vanlifer.