Truck House Life Overland Build

Vehicle Owner

Tim Johnson

Vehicle Model

1996 Ford F350 7.3 Powerstroke Truck

Miles Driven

200,000 miles

Overview

I'm the 3rd owner of the truck, it's been meticulously maintained with a log of all work that's been done over the years.  The truck has a "Waldoch" package, where Waldoch took the truck and put a custom paint job (it still has the original paint job) and modified the interior with wood paneling and super comfortable leather RV seats.  I built the cabin on the back with the goal of making the most comfortable and homey offroad overland rig possible. 

The truck house took about 2 months to build.  It's got a wood stove and a diesel heater for the winter, and I saw the woodstove for a portable air conditioner in the summer.  The truck house was built for living out in the extreme cold of Alaska, I've spent several nights where temperatures were - 40 F and it's still toasty warm inside the camper. 

Both couches fold out into a big comfortable bed, there's an oven for baking, a toilet, TV, there's even an outdoor shower setup attached to the roof.  The backporch is great for drinking coffee and watching sunrises or just sitting outside in the rain / drying my kayaking gear out when it's raining.  So far, I wouldn't change a thing about the build.




Mods List

  • 6" lift
  • 35" tires
  • Custom aluminum flatbed and winch bumper
  • Warn 12,000 winch
  • Turbo & exhaust mods
  • Offroad lighting, and oh yeah
  • A handmade cabin on the back.

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