This is a DIY Tiny Housetruck shown to you by Cheap RV Living.
It includes a tiny two-burner stove stop, a large lofted bed area with lovely views from her giant skylights, and plenty of cleverly-designed storage compartments for food, clothes and more.
Take the video tour of her space with Cheap RV Living below!
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Parker’s DIY House on a Flatbed!
Parker shows us her tiny two-burner cooktop.
Large and comfortable-looking bed!
Isn’t this an amazing skylight? I want one!
Just one of Parker’s great storage spots.
Video Tour: Parker’s DIY Flatbed Tiny Housetruck
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While interesting it’ll get about 8mpg so I hope they don’t have to travel far.
Far better is a lightweight aero trailer behind a small CUV if one is going to travel and get 25mpg when done right with the same room and a vehicle that can be used separately.
At least make a curved over the top front, a flush skylight and clean gently curving sides could increase mpg by 50% at no extra cost. Also as bent plywood is much stronger, stiffer you can use half as thick.
Good ideas, Jerry!
Thanks so much for sharing. You did a great job! Would’ve loved to see the outside of the entire truck. You’re an inspiration. I think a small wet bath is a great idea too. Good for you!
Glad you liked it!
Congrats on the build Parker ! It is very inspiring to see people such as yourself just go for it even though you have almost no construction experience. I like that you used an old truck that you already owned & schooled yourself regarding what needed to be done & how to accomplish it. 600 watts of solar & 600 amp/hr capacity batteries – sweet!!
There will always be the naysayers & critics but you persevered & have a sweet little home on wheels to show for it. 4WD to boot. I’m sure you will have fun changing things as time goes on. I think once you get a water tank & shower area you will be set.