Making my Uro-Camper Kubic 1.0

Tribu

Adventurer
Hello friends. I made ​​my first Camper for pick-ups. I would like to know your opinion. We are in Spain.















 
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southpier

Expedition Leader
very nice. could you give some details on the materials?

and please follow up as it is finished!
 

OTR

Adventurer
Looks very good. The only thing I would change is the cab-over length. Since it is going on a 4 door truck, I would have the cabover go to the windshield. This would provide you with a more comfortable sleeping quarters for 2 people and increased storage for cloths under the bed. Keep up the good work and look forward to seeing more pics as you go along with the project.
 

Tribu

Adventurer
Hello.
The project is already finished.
The sandwich is made ​​by us. PVC 4mm + Extruded polystyrene 30mm + PVC 4 mm.

The client wanted it to be small and compact. He wants to be able to sleep with the roof closed.













 
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getout

Adventurer
That's great! I'd love to have time to throw something like that together. Thanks for the pictures!
 

Tribu

Adventurer
PVC foam is very soft and fragile. So we have covered all of plastic polymer












The plastic polymer gives strength and is highly impermeable
 
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Tribu

Adventurer
Maximus..........everything weighs 350 kg

after applying the plastic polymer we paint the pop-up camper








start with the furniture........











 
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ExpoMike

Well-known member
Man that is looking good. Can't wait to see the interior finished up. Thanks for posting up the pics and info!
 

SLO_F-250

Explorer
Nice work! I like it, very unique! :sombrero: Looking forward to seeing the finished product. How much head room will it have?
 
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