A roof vent and single wall source vent (window or otherwise) should work well. Cross venting of some sort. Check out the Nu-Way ice house propane stoves. Great little design (really small), are vented and require no fan. It does require as with any stove to use a flu pipe and to cut into your roof for install (this could be a downside for some). One of my friends currently has one (12k BTU) and it is tiny (about the size of a Football), heats his 6x12 without issue even in below zero temps. No issues whatsoever with moisture or Carbon poisoning. Very economical as well. They can also be easily converted to burn wood or pellets in an apocalypse/bug out situation which is a plus.I don’t have a lot to add, but I started the process last year to do the same. I have a 6x12 enclosed trailer I use for goose decoys and ice fishing mainly. Last year I decided to start doing the same as you. We had a guy spray foam insulate the whole thing basically, including the underside. I have a lot of work to do, but it worked great. My wife and I used it to stay in for the MT elk opener last year. It was windy and got down to -10 at one point. We stayed warm with a generator and electric heater. Need to figure out a vent system though. Lol
You need a 2nd exit that cannot be locked from the outside. It’s a death trap without a way out.Good enough for the girls I run with.
A guy could always do more, but I’m trying to keep it light weight/high speed like the Hugo boss racing yacht.
Coleman 2 burner should fit nicely on the countertop.
It’s got 2 side vents that are always open, but I’m still worried about condensation from the heater buddy.
Planning on cracking the fold down rear door with an old paint stick to get that extra circulation as needed.
Since it’s built for battle and maximum resale value I decided not to install any windows and went with some large Dougs Chrondre original prints.
Still making some tweaks but the core project is complete.
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I won’t be running the heater while I sleep and I’d bet $1000 I can kick the side entry door off it’s hinges.You need a 2nd exit that cannot be locked from the outside. It’s a death trap without a way out.