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SOLD: All Terrain Custom Flatbed Camper on 2011 Nissan Frontier

Flatbed Custom Camper Nissan Frontier Offroad Storage Furnace Ute Bed Lifted

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#1 Robotele



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Posted 03 February 2023 - 01:14 AM

NOTE: Interior height is only 5'10". If you and yours are under 5'10" tall, this is a great package. Also, the camper was designed primarily for fall, winter, & spring use. As such, we DID NOT install a sink, water system, toilet, refer, or cook-top. The camper design maximizes storage and countertop area. We cooked outside, so no food odors or residue on the interior. It's very clean and has that new camper smell!

I'd prefer to sell the truck and camper together; however, if you just want the camper, I will gladly sell it--I can't part with the truck until the camper is sold.

All Terrain Camper $17K (Manufactured 2013, 993 Lbs.)
Refurbished Roof 2018
Custom Flatbed: 81" long 72" wide with 48" cab-over extension for bedroom
Propane Furnace
Arctic Pack
Full length Roof Tracks
Rieco Titan Jacks (manual operation)
Seating area for 2 with stow-able table and hinged storage
Queen-size bed (6-cushions: 4 double-duty for bench seats)
Exterior Storage with combi-lock doors
Open Interior Cabinets on both sides, Passenger side cabinet fits milk crates (3 full size and 3 half height)
3 Windows in body, 4 windows in pop up
Full Egress Roof Vent (no fan)
Wall Steps on both sides
3 lights, Exterior door light, 2 12VDC cigarette type Jacks, and a 12vdc 2-pin jack in the cooler area
Wired for solar, but never used, no panels
Super simple but functional interior with room for way too much food and gear
Just 4 bolts for bomb-proof mounting to truck-bed
Easily fits through 8' garage doors on the Nissan

2011 Nissan Frontier $15K (0ne owner, garage stored, not a daily driver)
75K Miles, 4WD, Silver, Extended Cab, V-6
Austrailian Ute Flatbed (Aluminum, with 12" removable sides)
Standard 6 speed transmission
Custom front and rear steel bumpers
2" Pro Comp Lift/suspension, stout upper control arms, front springs, Bilstein shocks
Ride Rite Air Springs to adjust for camper/no camper ride, PSI gauge next to fill connection
33" BFG KO2 tires


Asking $32K for complete package

Best thing about this rig is its home is near Moab, Utah. Like you need an excuse to visit... The reason for selling is that we up-sized the truck and the camper didn't fit the new bed very well.

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Edited by Robotele, 22 February 2023 - 12:12 AM.

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#2 Witebrush



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Posted 03 February 2023 - 01:58 AM

Where is this located? Thanks
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Posted 03 February 2023 - 02:06 AM

I am also Quite interested in this package depending on location.

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#4 Robotele



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Posted 03 February 2023 - 03:51 PM

Sorry about missing the location.  I've added that to the listing: Moab, Utah is the location.


I've had a few people ask questions elsewhere about this build and the lack of a fixed kitchen and cabinet doors.  This was primarily a back-country ski rig for Alaska.  As such, we typically set a base camp for a few days and left every day to climb and ski.  We didn't need a refer or want to heat a water tank to prevent freezing.  We cooked outside as the weather permitted and ate simple meals if it didn't.  In the evening we'd run the heater--eating, playing cards, and drying out gear.  Typically slept in winter sleeping bags without running the heater overnight to minimize battery use.  We really prioritized moisture control and drying the rig out while using, and after, trips.


Open cabinets were chosen over closed cabinets and drawers to simplify loading, unloading, and drying gear.  We can pack/unpack in minutes after crates are filled.  Gear and food we couldn't fit in the cabinets, but wanted to access from the inside, went in the hinged seating area cabinets.  We did use a Dometic 12vdc cooler for a refer during summer, but this camper rarely saw a summer camping trip.  We run rivers and backpack thus are normally in tents or on a beach during the summer months.  We don't spend much time indoors when enjoying the great outdoors, so the camper is pretty minimalist.  Many won't like that, but hoping some will... :) 

Edited by Robotele, 05 February 2023 - 03:10 AM.

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