2005 Hawk model (http://www.fourwh.co...r-regular-size/) is loaded with options and only weighs 700 pounds without the jacks:
-Yakima roof rack on 10' rails
-lots of storage cabinets
-4" thick foam bedding
-extended cab-over full bed
-12 gallon fresh water tank
-stainless steel sink with electric water pump
-2-burner propane stove with cover
-5 gallon propane tank w/ gauge
-thermostatically controlled forced air furnace
-3-way refrigerator (110 V AC, 12 V DC, and propane)
-reversible multi-speed power roof vent fan
-2 interior overhead fluorescent lights (12 V DC)
-exterior back door light (12 V DC)
-dead bolt lock on rear door
-front sliding window
-4 mechanical camper jacks; includes manual crank and electric drill adapter
-auxiliary deep-cycle battery (isolated from truck battery)
-8' side awning
-12v and 110v outlets
-interior water and battery monitor panel
I will sell the Four Wheel Hawk separately for $8,000 obo.
The 2005 Tundra double cab is also for sale separately for $12,000 obo.
This is a great truck and camper but I'm not using it enough now that I moved East
Check out the pix--this is the perfect getaway vehicle! Take it to the beach or mountains--four wheel drive Tundra gets you there. The power and water in the camper will then last you 3-5 days.
Please contact Sarah 520-444-0174 if you want to arrange to see the camper. Located in Reston, VA.