This truck camper called the Ford Flophouse looks more like a lakeside cabin.
I’ve never seen anything like this. What year is this? Looks to be pretty darn old.
It’s not very tall, but the pop-up roof gives a bit more standing room.
International Harvester created this early prototype truck camper design in the 1960s, based on their Scout 80 chassis.
I’ve never seen tires this big on anything you could actually buy yourself.
Armed with only his dog, cat, and a guitar, this young man set off on a cross country trip in his homemade truck camper.
Called the Coati Camper, the all-fiberglass, dismountable truck camper has an angular exterior and luxurious appointments inside.
Love the idea of living in a motorhome, but can’t bear the thought of leaving the travel trailer at home? The Freightliner Toter Home might be for you.
Tired of hauling your gear from the car to the campsite? These truck and car camping tent designs transform your wheels into a comfy retreat – in minutes!
One of the most gorgeous (and rare) truck campers you’ll come across.