Living in an Epic Truck Camper Built for Off-Grid Overland Adventures | FULL TOUR

This epic DIY truck house is 8′ long x 6′ wide and sits on the flatbed of a 1996 Ford F-350. It was designed and built by Timmy from Truck House Life as a full-time home on wheels for his adventurous lifestyle in Alaska.

You can follow Timmy from Truck House Life here:

And be sure to check out the overland rally he’s organizing:
Truck House Life Overland Rally
In Moab, Utah from September 10-12, 2021

The truck house has a solar power system for electricity, a Kimberly woodstove and a Webasto heater, a portable toilet and outdoor shower, and not one but two different beds.

Thanks for watching!

Mat & Danielle




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Music & Song Credits:
All music in this video was composed, performed, and recorded by Mat of Exploring Alternatives.

Editing Credits:
Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives

Filming Credits:
Timmy of Truck House Life

Ukulele Song Credit:
The Shoot Dangs

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37 Replies to “Living in an Epic Truck Camper Built for Off-Grid Overland Adventures | FULL TOUR”

  1. Dead_or_Alive

    I have to admit some of these have gotten old, but this video never seems to for me.
    I wish you the best of life’s experiences!

  2. Jerome Burrasca

    All you need is a beefed up 4×4 Chevy Suburban. You can wake up and drive away at 2am when a Grizzly bear is climbing on your rig trying to get in. Checkout the Suboverland channel.

  3. Tom Delinger

    Built a slide in on a flatbed.
    Way too top heavy. Defeats the purpose of 4 wheel drive. To each his own. I'd hate it

  4. Alexander Wingeskog

    Looked great and with that flatbed that opens up a lot of storage possibility this seems amazing! Maybe 2 more batteries and 2 more solarpanels though so you don't need to drive around so much would suite me better.

  5. Daniel Stans

    Like it but not very stealthy for Europe and especially in the UK The state is now having issues with people living in vans and living on the cheap. Parking is now an issue and free overnight parking is becoming rare also due to the lock downs harassment from the police is common. For me I have overcome this by having a stealth van that looks like it has never been converted , it takes the stress out of living in a van.

  6. Aprom#2

    If you could somehow get a pop top on your truck house then you can have a bed at the roof leaving more space at the botom for a tv or something

  7. Dana

    What a remarkable human being , this defines living freely, living alone with your passion, dreams , within your means …what a beautiful life.

  8. Alessandra Strauss

    I love the camper however, if this camper were to get involved in a collision, all that nailed on wood panels would become projectiles thus a hazard to the other vehicles in the vicinity that’s what worries me.

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