Extreme rigs features the outrageous world of matching truck campers with Unimogs, Mitsubishi Fusos, and beyond. In this section, pick-up trucks are the exception, and over-the-top rules. Do you have an extreme and unique truck camper rig? If you do, please share your story.
When Dennis Lynton saw an article in TCM featuring a camper on a big rig, he made a phone call, bought a...
This is the story behind the construction of the Cram-A-Lot Inn; a Polaris RZR with a Palomino pop-up camper.
Bruce Ludlum assembled a Ram 5500 with an 11-foot cab and chassis, a highly-customized Knapheide utility bed, and an Eagle Cap 1165.
With a Land Rover Defender TDCi and Northstar 700DL, Martin Dover travels off-road and wild camps across England, France, and Italy.
A Freightliner M2-106 and a Arctic Fox 1150 were assembled into one of the most impressive Freightliner truck camper combinations.
Daniel Bass engineered and built a custom overland vehicle with a Unimog U1300L and a Four Wheel Camper Grandby pop-up truck camper.
Stephen O’Neal builds a flatbed Alaskan truck camper rig tricked out and modded to an extreme rarely seen.
Thomas and Sequoia converted a 1978 International Harvester Loadstar 1700 fire truck into an off-road ready, triple-slide truck camper.
It’s a truck camper! It’s a boat! It’s a truck camping boat? Animal Planet’s Flipping Ships dredges up an Avion camper.
This is how Jason Fox built a tiny house on a pickup truck.
The Heimbigners tell us about their world ready rig while testing a compost toilet, pushing their off-grid systems, and avoiding piranhas.
100 gallons of water and 130 gallons of diesel ready for world travel.