On the second one, they spend day and night renovating for 9 months only to realize that it wasn’t going to work. Instead of quitting, they did more research and ended up with the rig you see here which they absolutely love. You can follow them on Instagram @bound.for.nowhere. Learn more below.
This is the Happy Camper/Tiny House. It’s a truck camper tiny house that’s for sale out of Woodland Park, Colorado for $9,995, according to the listing. Some of the features include a 100-year-old stained glass window, custom hobbit-style door, custom porch light with Edison LED bulb, tons of hidden storage, and a new Nature’s Head Composting Toilet.
There’s more, though. This tiny camper is designed to fit any regular 6-foot truck bed with two feet of overhang. But if you need a truck too, the seller is willing to include the Toyota Tundra (pictured) for an extra $6,500. The unit is also designed in a way that it can be used without a truck so you can actually park it somewhere and use it as a studio, hideaway, writer’s cabin, or whatever. It can even be an Airbnb rental I suppose. What do you think?
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The Happy Camper Tiny Housetruck For Sale – $10k – Woodland Park, Colorado
This is Tomas’ Toyota Tacoma Truck Camper that he built himself.
He and his girlfriend lived in the micro space while travelling 10,000 miles around the country. They saw the Smoky Mountains, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, California, Sequoia and Yosemite National Parks, Oregon, and Jackson, WY. Be sure to check out more pictures and follow their adventures on Instagram!
For tiny living, sometimes all you need is what you already have: just ask this guy who transformed his truck into a camper.
Outside, you’ll notice a RAM truck with a truck cover, but open up the back hatch and you’ll see all your camping needs in one compact area.
Inside, you’ll find a bed, built-in shelving storage, a water tank and plenty of water bottles. He has coolers to store food and another to store all kinds of camping gear. He even has a small grill for cooking while out in nature enjoying his surroundings. Look at the video below to see all the details of this DIY transformation.
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This DIY Off Road Tiny Nissan Truck Camper a guest story by Bartek Felski
It started with browsing in search of inspiration from enthusiasts gathered around Bajataco (Toyota Tacoma fans) who presented on its website an interesting solution based on the basic premise – the car block is unchanged. Contrary to serious limitations as the width of container in many cases managed to ingeniously solved living space. The problem was, however, one – I have not found similar conversions on a short four-door Nissan’s chest.
In “daily” – alcove with seats in the rear of the car. Under the seats there are lockers. Above the rear axle will place extra fuel tank (length 153cm) and cupboard over it with a folding table top (when unfolded will serve as a bed). Version of “Night” is a complex table and thus occasioned bed for 2 persons with dimensions 120cm x 172cm. At the top is unfolded will also be organized bed measuring 120cm x 172cm, partly overlapping the lower bed. The height difference between them is 55cm.
Teacher Designs/Builds DIY Off Road Toyota Tacoma Camper
This modern truck camper easily fits inside the bed of this F-150 truck. Inside there’s everything you would need to go camping comfortably… A fold out couch bed, kitchen, and a toilet. It’s called the QuickUp Camper.
As you enter the camper on the right there’s a kitchen. Opposite of that is the port-a-potty area. On both sides there are couches that turn into a bed. When not in bed mode, you can set up your table to eat, work, or play cards. Below the sink and sofa beds there’s plenty of compartments for storage. That means you can bring your coffee maker, shower kit, a tent, and whatever else you might need. And it all fits out of sight so your mind is clear. It’s genius because when folded down it’s smaller and sleeker than you’d imagine and it takes just 30 seconds to transform. Check it out!
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