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This is a Ford flophouse tiny house on a truck which gives us a whole new idea of tiny homes on wheels.

Outside, you’ll notice it looks like a very standard tiny home, complete with pine shingles, white trim, an American flag, and a beautiful red door. What makes it unique? It’s sitting in the bed of a truck!

When you go inside, you’ll find a full bed against a wall with pretty artwork. The interior is less than 50 sq. feet, making it a very tiny home – nearly half the size of some of the smallest homes we feature. According to the builder, they originally called it the Mopar Mansion because it was built to fit in an old 77 Dodge D100, but was later moved to the Ford. They built it so they could have a fun place to live in while driving cross country. It cost him many hours of labor and $4,000 to build and now it’s for sale for $9,500 and it’s located in Baltimore, MD.

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Ford Flophouse Tiny House on a Truck

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Images © NeverStopBuilding.com

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What would you do with a self-sufficient wooden house truck like the one featured here today?

Ivan Morison built a tiny house on the back of this decommissioned 1954 Goddess firetruck.

1970s House-Truck Movement

During the 1970s Roger Beck was one of the first pioneers of the house truck movement on the west coast of America.

He used them as a home during travels throughout the United States, according to his interview on Ivan Morison’s article Tales of Space and Time, where he interviews Roger.

According to Ivan’s article, “A Tale of Space and Time” he held a workshop in Eugene, Oregon, in January of 2007.

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1954 Goddess Firetruck Tiny House

Wooden House-truck from 1954 Army Firetruck
Photos Courtesy of Wig Worland

This house truck movement happened during the 70s because of folks’ discontentment with politics, war, and the economy, and today, the situation sounds awfully familiar…

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