Global Crawlers, Mark, Carlie, and Pedrito have been travelling around Central America for a couple of years in this beautiful camper. They are ending their Central American adventure and heading to Europe, so they put their vehicle up for sale, which is how we came across it.
I will let them explain... All the photos were taken by Mark and Carlie. This is basically their ad, as it appeared on their website in May, 2016. We will pick up the camper from them in October and begin our own North American adventure.
The time has unfortunately come to part ways with our beloved home/transport/camper as we think to make our move over to Europe and buy another, ready for the next leg of the ’round the world journey. It has been a super comfortable, reliable and safe vehicle for us, the money we save by free camping, yet still having the luxury of hot showers and toilet facilities each day, has help us achieve our ambitious budget to continue the journey. We are looking now to sell. The camper could be ready for the next person in Mexico from June to October as we house sit in Troncones and after that we will make our way to the US. Where in the US? Well, we can delivery the camper to the right buyer…..
Background: We needed a reliable vehicle with indoor shower/toilet. We wanted to have the flexibility to move around freely once we had found an ideal spot and also wanted a vehicle that could tackle some of the more challenging roads that a low clearance could not. 4×4 was an added bonus as it would get us to the more isolated beach camping spots that we love. The truck camper was purchased as a set, it had been set up perfectly by the previous owner, suspension had been modified, attachment equipment already in place and the camper had been updated with new upholstery, mattress and blinds. It has worked flawlessly for the two years we have owned it.
The camper has indoor and outdoor showers, indoor toilet (really easy maintenance) and the previous owner installed LEDs throughout (this means much less drain on the house battery and longer time spent away from civilization if needed). All upholstery and screens in great condition and has complete blackout drapes/blinds for total darkness/privacy. The solar panel is 135 watt which keeps the battery topped up with charge indefinitely and has huge water storage capacity (you can stay off the grid for over a week). It can sleep and house 4 people and has roof mounts for either a storage box or kayak (which is what I use it for) Electric jacks, remote controlled, means getting the camper off and on is a 10 minute job with little hassle and so you have the freedom to drive away from camp to do further exploring during the day.
Vision rims with “G” rated heavy duty tires
very clean inside
Excellent sized Fridge / Freezer (AC or gas powered, automatic switch)
From back looking forward, air-conditioner (AC only) and smoke detector on ceiling
Dual LPG 20lb tanks (about 20-24 days heavy use capacity) Easy to find gas in Central America and Mexico
off the truck and lowered, rear awning, ladder for rooftop access
off the truck and lowered (electric jacks with remote control) 10 minute job to load/unload so you can explore during the day.
Galley area, LED lighting throughout, double sink, range hood with light and exhaust, 3 burner cook-top
Full size Queen bed, THE MOST comfortable bed I have ever slept it! (All bedding included) All windows have blackout drapes or blinds, excellent for sleeping in or trying to sleep in Alaska! Great for privacy too.
100 amp/hour deep cycle battery, charges off solar and car
Forward looking rear. Lounge area has sat 4 adults, converts into small double bed. Items on floor are TorqueLift tie-downs and kayak paddles
slide out pantry with loads of room, in fact the whole camper has too much storage capacity!
3 burner cooktop, includes ALL cooking equipment, cutlery and crockery
Fully enclosed bathroom/toilet, exhaust fan, easy to maintain and no need to find expensive camp grounds.
just another campsite