A customer arranged for Alaskan Camper to make a 13 foot pop-up camper without a cabover section. The size was chosen so the camper fits comfortably on a Sprinter cab/chassis.
Thanks to ExPo member Carlyle for sharing these photos, which he received from Bryan at Alaskan Camper
Camper top retracted, a nice low profile
Interior looking forward with top raised
Interior looking to the rear
Under bed storage
Outside access to storage
Looks like there is no toilet or shower in this camper. Alaskan Camper will let you design the interior of the camper the way you want it. The only thing they are unwilling to do is move the entry door from the back of the camper to the side.
I'd estimate the price of the vehicle as shown to be about $70,000 ($35K for the Sprinter, $30K for the camper, $5K for the flatbed and the storage boxes). The flatbed appears to be provided by Scott-Lite.
At this point, the Sprinter is available only with rear-wheel drive. So you'd need to carry some self-recovery gear (traction mat, hand-operated winch and pull-pal anchor, high lift jack, shovel, and so on) if you plan to drive on unimproved roads.
A 13 ft Alaskan Camper will fit on a short wheelbase Fuso FG 4x4. If you prefer a Ford or Dodge cab/chassis, then I'd go with the Alaskan Camper with cab-over sleeper to keep the truck chassis shorter. You'd lose that useful storage compartment, however.