Narrow European roads are no place for a 22-foot-long and 8-foot-tall camper truck customized to ford small streams and leave rival RVs in the dust.
Business Den reported that as Sarah and Donald Butcher weigh a potential move to Europe this summer, the Denver couple is putting their custom Phoenix Pop Up Camper – nicknamed Sally Ross – up for grabs for $99,000.
“It’s sad to have to sell it,” said Sarah Butcher. “It’s way too big for Europe.”
Sally Ross is a one-of-a-kind Mitsubishi Fuso truck built by Phoenix Pop Up Camper, a Commerce City, Colo.-based company that has been making and selling custom truck campers since 1987.
Rob Rowe, owner of Phoenix Pop Up Camper, remembers Sally Ross well. He bought the 2014 Fuso truck in Tennessee, then waited six months as five people built the aluminum frame structure of the camper, the electric roof lift system, and outfitted the vehicle with all its camping necessities. The camper is equipped with a queen-size bed and a full-size bed, shower, toilet and solar panels.
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