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You Must See This Crazy Mitsubishi Fuso Bigfoot Camper

Fuso COE Flatbed Bigfoot Camper

Here is an interesting truck camper mashup.  The vehicle base is a cab over engine Mitsubishi Fuso Truck.  This truck is outfitted with an aluminum flat bed that become the base for the camper.  Mitsubishi Fuso are great utility truck and make a great vehicle for a truck camper The camper is a cab over, slide in Bigfoot camper.  These campers a manufactured in Canada.  The over shell is strong sturdy fiberglass.  Fiberglass makes a great material to build a camper shell.  It can withstand adverse weather.  Fiberglass can also be molded into smooth stylish lines.  Even though the Bigfoot camper is a cab over design, this one does not hang over the truck cab.  Instead, the camper is mounted toward the rear of the flat bed.  This leave a cavity under the cab over section.  In order to maximize space this are is used  for storage cabinets.  These cabinets can hold a lot of camping gear. This extra space allows for longer camping expeditions. Reducing the need to get supply.

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4 thoughts on “You Must See This Crazy Mitsubishi Fuso Bigfoot Camper

  • I love the idea of your new blog! I’m a huge truck camper fan, for never having had one! 🙂
    I collect pictures from the internet, I have a huge folder.
    Just one thing, you should really show interiors, that’s the part that’s most interesting to me, how people live in such a tiny “adventure capsule”, how they work everything in, the closets, the bathroom, the bedside storage etc.

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  • I always wanted one based on the Isuzu Cityvan turbo 4cyl diesel. We had a fuel truck with that chassis and it was a great little thing, but the tank had issues. they replaced it with the same size truck, but the engine was a Japanese built small block Chevy. Got horrid fuel burn, but it sure did move fast, especially when empty.

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  • Why the need to cover the photos with the Twitter Pinterest Facebook logo?

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