Stealth campers get their name because they look like ordinary work vehicles but contain hidden living spaces, according to a a report at Motor1.com.
Commonly made out of delivery vans, enclosed trailers, and different varieties of buses, their dull exteriors conceal everything from basic living quarters to elaborate tiny homes on wheels. Box trucks are a less common choice for stealth campers, but open up a lot of possibilities thanks to their size and shape.
Take this Mitsubishi Fuso four-wheel drive box truck, for example. Featured on the Tiny House Giant Journey YouTube channel, it’s the second box truck camper created by Marina and Mark. After selling their previous truck, they decided to build an overland vehicle, which led them to the Mitsubishi.
Applying lessons learned from their previous box truck, Mark and Marina were able to maximize the use of the space and organize the layout so it remained open. They created an L-shaped kitchen with plenty of storage and counter space. The bathroom is tucked in the front corner near the cab, so it didn’t create a hallway in the living area. The sitting area includes a platform bed, which is lowered from the ceiling via an electric lift. Positioned at the back of the truck, the sitting area takes advantage of light from two sides.
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