This is the Tiny Truck Camper by Tiny Smart House.
It’s a beautiful truck top camper that’s custom built like a tiny house on wheels built and produced by Tiny Smart House.
Take the full tour below and let us know what you think about it in the comments!
Tiny Truck Camper by Tiny Smart House
Images © Tiny Smart House
Images © Tiny Smart House
The long-awaited Tiny SMART House truck camper has completed its maiden voyage, and we’re now offering a sneak peek at the 2019 “Tiny Traveler” brochure.MSRP is $49,950…but we’re offering the first 25 buyers a pre-production price of $42,500!
That’s nearly $7,500 off.
Learn more and get all the specs and other details at Tiny Smart House.
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They did a nice job on this- I love the wood and the interior looks roomy and cozy all at the same time. Would love to camp in this.
Very very nice. Sounds odd but I could actually see this as a full time habitat. Especially if you a regular traveller and had a base where you could store items not needed for the current travels, example out of season clothing. This would be essential unless you lived in a fairly static area temperature wise because of the obvious lack of storage room. If this could be addressed with a central base then I could easily see this being a full time home, so well designed and thought out. Add a few solar panels for off grid, water can be carried in the truck, ideal.
Not odd, there are people living full time in truck campers…
It has the appeal that the truck can go off-road and thus you can reach places you may not otherwise be able to and fit into smaller camp sites… But the camper can still be placed at a camp site and doesn’t need to be carried everywhere the truck goes…
You just have to make sure your truck is rated for the weight and size of the camper…
While a home base is a good idea because there’s a more strict limit on the max weight you can have with the camper vs towing a trailer…
Wow! That’s pretty cool! It looks like there would be a lot of weight hanging off the back, but the truck doesn’t seem to be straining under the weight, so I guess it has been carefully calculated. Beautiful and very functional. I would buy one!
I went to the site and enlarged a photo to learn Ford 350 truck appears to be 1 ton dully. Add the air ride system and the weight is handled more easily. This is a nice camper/home and the quality of woods and craftsmanship make the price high. That price does not include the vehicle.
Love the steps and storage on the covered porch!
I have a small truck, Ford Ranger with a small truck camper on it. I love it, I can go anywhere my truck can go. I have air bags to better handle the weight of the camper and can inflate them as much as needed. I love the look of this tiny home camper. I would like to know how much it weights given there is so much wood in the interior. I did not see a fridge. I three way fridge that can run on propane, 12 VDC or 120 VAC would be good to add. Interior lighting? Interior heating? Propane storage? Water tank storage? Cub boards for extra storage above the kitchen area and above the seating area could be added along with a closet for clothes/jackets.
Hi Joy! Gee, we would love to see and share your Ranger Truck Camper on the blog! I sent you an email in case you want to! 🙂
Despite the nice features of this camper/home, I see a high step area to get into the bath. I know this is to accommodate the holding tank and keep water from flowing into the main living area but that high step can be dangerous for older folks or people with mobility or flexion issues. I don’t recall other truck campers having such a high step area to enter the bath–maybe 2 or 3 inch step. The photo shows the lowest point of wall to be at least 12 or 15 inches high.