This is the story of Jas and the lightweight popup micro-camper that he can easily tow with his compact car.
It’s a pop-up camper – it’s ultra-lightweight – and he designed and built it himself.
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How he built a lightweight pop-up micro-camper
Although it was home-built, it looks very professional, doesn’t it? The curves, the windows, the lights… Well done!
And yes… It’s a pop-up camper!
Here’s a look in sleep mode… Watch the video below for the full tour and story on it.
Here it is in day mode. Pretty nice, right?
VIDEO – Couldn’t find his dream popup micro-camper, built it instead
So what do you think? Isn’t it awesome that he designed and built exactly what he wanted?
Best yet, he did it for a total cost of 8,500 euros, according to the article at Faircompanies. And if he would’ve bought the comparable model, it would have been 34,000 euros.
He’s even built custom toy vehicles for his nephews! Be sure to watch the video above because it’s really interesting. Our big thanks to Faircompanies for capturing and sharing this awesome popup micro-camper story.
Before he ever built a camper, he designed and built his own audio speakers. He had also built a number of other things. Which is why it makes sense that he did so well with this, right?
Would you ever consider designing and building your own micro camper kind of like this, even if it doesn’t come out nearly as nice as this one?
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