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Geo-Cab Introduces New Line Of Carbon Fiber Ford Truck Camper Conversions

German camper conversion company GEHOCab has been building some pretty cool rigs for a while now, but they weren’t available in the U.S. Now, via its San Diego, California-based distributor, Geo-Cab, a wide range of awesome carbon fiber Ford truck camper conversions are on the way, including options for the Ford Bronco, Ford Ranger, Ford F-150, and Ford Super Duty pickups.

Geo-Cab offers an array of what it calls Badger Ford truck camper conversions with different sizes and configurations to suit both different vehicles and buyer’s preferences. That starts out with the compact Badger ST, which sleeps 3 and weighs in at around 1,000 pounds. The Badger ST measures in at between 155 and 167 inches long and 70-76 inches wide, and costs around $129,000.

The larger Badger LT is designed to fit mid-size trucks like the Ranger and measures in at 183 inches long and 75-79 inches wide, sleeping up to 4 people. It weighs around 1,157 pounds and costs $162,000. Those looking for a smaller F-150 or larger Ranger camper will want to opt for the Badger LR, which measures in at 191 inches long and 81 inches wide, sleeps up to 3 people, and weighs 1,356 pounds, though its price has not yet been revealed.

The largest Badger camper is the XT, which fits the Ford F-Series F-150 through F-550. It is somewhere between 206 and 236 inches long, 84 to 92 inches wide, and weighs around 1,653 pounds. Pricing for this camper, which sleeps up to 5, comes in at around $236,000.

Each of Geo-Cab’s offerings sports modern interiors with full amenities, including either variable size or fixed size bathrooms, beds, couches, kitchens, and everything one might need to spend a week or more off the grid. Given the incredible popularity recreational vehicles are enjoying these days, we imagine that more than a few prospective overlanders will find them to be attractive options, too.

We’ll have more cool camper conversions like these to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for non-stop Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. GaryB

    insanely cheaper to buy an auctioned 2 1/2 flatbed duecer and drop a little trailer on it. Ive seen a video where someone did that but used a shipping container. Even really nice RVs are cheaper and more comfortable. What makes that little tiny space worth starting at $129g’s? Unfeasible for the reasonable.


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