The whole camper was designed, built, and assembled by myself in a parking lot with very basic hand tools, a jigsaw and an electric drill. After much consideration regarding weight, weight balance, different 3D designs, off-road reliability, optimum space use, simplicity of construction, the following equipment and placement was finally adopted. I didn’t want to drill any holes neither in the truck nor in the hardtop. I also didn’t want anything on the outside that would indicate the purpose of the vehicle, so there is no water refill inlet, no electric plug, no external propane tank. Everything is contained in the bed of the truck and could be entirely removed leaving the truck as it was purchased. Even the thick wire from the engine battery to the back runs through factory openings in the body sheetmetal and could be pulled without leaving a trace. The camper windows are dark tinted so it is difficult to see inside. On the street the truck looks pretty much like any other commercial truck.
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