If you are not familiar with these unique truck campers I suggest you visit the manufactures web site www.alaskancampers.com
Inside Pickup Truck Camper
Plenty of head room (6’ 3 1/4″ ceiling)
Well-insulated with foam in the upper section
The seals between the upper and lower units have been replaced
Ample cabinets and storage space
Electrical systems are 12 volt battery or 120 volt home voltage.
A 12 volt and usb ports unit installed (an upgrade from original)
Lights all upgraded to LED bulbs
Propane heater with blower and duct vents, on digital thermostat, very efficient.
Stove – three burner propane stove top (no oven)
Sink – with hot and cold faucet (an upgrade)
Refrigerator – three way, propane, 12 volt, 120 volt
Water – a 24 gallon tank located inside
20 lb propane tank inside with access door
Solid walls – no canvas sides, solid glass windows
Custom manufactured cushions and mattress for Alaskan in good condition no rips or stains
Two couches that fold to make a bed
Dining table mounts on the ceiling when not in use
High-pressure laminate interior that resists scratches and marring, in good condition no dent or scratches or damaged areas.
Solid hand-sanded maple trim
Interior Thedford Cassatt Toilet, easy disposal
Upgraded water pump, a 12 volt pressure regulated pump (upgrade from original)
Digital heater thermostat (upgrade from original, more accurate and smaller temp range)
Solar – two 100 watt solar panels, two AGM Interstate Batteries-62 amp hours each for a total of 124 aH capacity, Blue Sky, Sun Charger 30 Controller
Hot Water Heater, propane, 5 gallon (hot and cold water faucet at sink and shower, an upgrade from original)
Exterior Shower(upgrade from original)
Aluminum Folding Stairs
Includes four titan jacks to lift and remove the unit from a truck
Includes a tie down system by Happijac as show, includes the mounts that go on the truck bed
* a 3/4 ton truck is best but some folks do carry these in upgraded 1/2 trucks. The main camper box that goes in the truck bed is 8 feet long and 4 feet wide (just like a sheet of plywood). The over cab section is 43 inches high, but that can be increased buy placing a basement or 2x4s under the camper box. I carried the camper on a 2005 Ford F250. I had to raise the box up three inches to clear the cab. I did this by building a Basement, 2x6 on their side. The additional space under the camper was used for storing folding chairs, and water (was very useful).
CONDITION – The camper is in good condition. Everything works, (everything - even the propane fridge). The lower and upper sections are solid. There was some historic wood rot along the lower edge of the drivers side upper unit. That wood has been replaced and sealed. There are no signs of water damage on the interior wood panels.
ADDITIONAL PHOTOS - I will be posting additional photos on line or I can email more upon request. Also available are sketches with dimensions.
SOLAR OPTION - I can remove the solar equipment and AGM batteries and sell the camper for $6,500
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