Vintage 1995 Ford F-250 Camper Is Sweet

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We’ve talked about a bunch of campers around here, and they usually are based on vans. The camper in the images here started life as a 1995 Ford F-250 diesel truck and has been converted into a nice overlanding rig complete with a bed-mounted popup camper. The 1995 F-250 has been upgraded to F-350 specification according to the seller.

The 1995 Ford F-250 has a 7.3-liter turbo diesel that has been upgraded. The truck has 165,000 miles on the engine and has a new KC Turbo installed that helps the truck to run much smoother. The list of modifications is massive; users can hop over to the listing on to see everything.

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Major upgrades include a new Driven Diesel fuel system, E40D transmission 3-inch downpipe upgrade, and 4-inch exhaust. The truck has a 400 amp alternator and dual Odyssey batteries. The cooling system has numerous upgrades. The only things the truck could use, according to the seller, is a rewrap on the steering wheel and a new windshield.

The camper is a vintage pop up made in 1988 that appears clean and practical. It can sleep two adults and has a furnace and sink. The stove is a dual burner, and it has a new12V refrigerator. Dual Full River deep cycle batteries and 300 watts of solar power. The seller is asking $45,000 for the truck as it sits. As you can imagine with any forum, the first post says the price is too high.

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The seller says that replicating the 1995 Ford F-250 camper would cost $35,000 for the truck, $10,000 for the Alumline flatbed, and $5,000 for the camper with the solar and new fridge. The truck rolls on 37-inch tires and looks like it is ready to go anywhere.

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Source: Expeditionportal

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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  1. I like that rig a lot. I wouldn’t know how to fix anything if it went out, but
    still, nice set up. I’ve been looking for a truck camper for my short Supercrew
    but I’ve heard wind and leaks are a major problem with pop-ups.

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