Lloyd, Lew, and folks,
Thought I might pass along a couple photos of a recent build. It’s a simple little non-cabover design for a second generation Toyota Tacoma. Of the four basic designs that I build, this one is probably my favorite — dead simple, you get a huge bed area, and there’s lots of room for storage underneath. The forward section of the bed platform is fixed, and the rear portion is removable. Five windows, excellent thru-visibility, and some really nice roof lines — I’m quite happy with this one, and the gentleman who ordered it seems to be, too. Thanks for having a look — more photos and info at CasualTurtleCampers.com.
This is the most recent Half Shell — and its a seriously cool little Turtle. It features a huge sleeping area, loads of room for storage underneath, and a irresistible little person door — this design is dead-easy to own and use, as well as easy on the eyes. Minimalist in some ways, luxurious in others — a great option for those looking for a comfortable, secure cabin without affecting the driving experience as much as a full-size truck camper.