For Sale: Ford F250 Moto-Hauler Camper ($23,000)

We are selling our custom truck and camper combination. With all of the complex oversized rigs these days, it’s a breath of fresh air to see a more simplistic approach taken with this F-250 chassis-mounted build. This south-of-the-border inspired rig was aptly named Ginger for its pale, square-bodied camper and fiery red cab. Ginger has everything you need to get you and your gear outdoors for as long as you want. With the current owner’s growing family, the single cab just won’t cut it anymore and is now up for grabs.

What truly caught our attention is the unique approach to an open concept. With a rear hatch that doubles as both a sunbathing deck and a ramp to load up your toys. Ginger has everything you need for fun in the great outdoors; while keeping it outdoors. A 2,000-pound winch powers the rear hatch for simple raising and lowering at the press of a button. At half-mast, you have a spacious 6.5-foot x 6.5-foot deck for enjoying Apres after a day on the hill, sipping cervezas enjoying the Baja sunset, or getting a better view of the holeshot at the local race. Drop the tailgate to the ground and you can easily load up two dirt bikes or a quad for secure travel to the trail or track.

The front-mounted E-Track combined with MotoProHQ Wheel Chocks and tie-down rings make securing your bikes quick, easy, and low profile. The outdoor carpet gives a more homelike feel while keeping your sanity with easy replacement or removal for cleaning. There’s also a layer of diamond plate under the carpet if you prefer a more industrial, lower maintenance feel.

Ginger isn’t all moto focused. It still has your standard truck camper amenities like a sliding 12 volt refrigerator, 12 volt lighting, a diesel heater, a microwave, a portable toilet, a stove, and a cozy twin bed for cat naps and long hauls. A folding sink allows for more floor or counter space when you need it. Using Rotopax mounts and Jerry cans for water, you can keep your water handy with a simple gravity-fed system while avoiding winterizing with simple removal. Best of all, there’s storage…lots of it. From the tool drawers and cabinets inside, to the four exterior locking boxes, you will have space for everything you need; or want to bring with you.

Ginger is off-grid capable with 300 watts of solar and a 100 amp hour RV battery. That being said, there is a shore power hookup and charger to keep your batteries topped off from 120 volt AC outlets or a generator if you’re running lots of accessories.

Ginger is an 2004 Ford F-250, sporting 285/75 R16 MT tires powered by the under-rated 6.8L Triton V10. The Triton is as close to diesel as you will get in regards to MPG and life expectancy without the high cost of ownership associated with diesel motors. At 214,000 miles, she’s seen some use, but still has plenty of life left in her.

Asking $23,000 or best offer for this unique build that is ready to take you anywhere. It’s currently located in Fort Collins, Colorado and used for trips around the area. The vehicle and camper are sold as-is, with no warranty. Willing to do a straight trade for the right crew cab F-350, F-450, or F-550 for his next build. Contact the owner via email at [email protected].

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Have a truck or truck camper that you’re interested in selling? Sell it here. The cost to list your truck or camper is only $100. We have a nationwide reach. The price includes a full-length feature listing on the website with 10 high resolution photographs. Your high-visibility, classified ad will stay active until your truck or camper sells. Our classified listings post on Saturday. To date, we have a 100 percent track record when it comes to selling trucks and campers. Contact us at [email protected] to list your for sale item.

About Mello Mike 622 Articles
Mello Mike is an Arizona native, author, and the founder of Truck Camper Adventure. He's been RV'ing since 2002, is a certified RVIA Level 1 RV Technician, and has restored several Airstream travel trailers. A communications expert, he retired from the U.S. Navy in 2004 as a CWO3 after 24 years, worked in project management, and now runs Truck Camper Adventure full-time. He also does some RV consulting, repairs, and inspections on the side. He currently rolls in a 2013 Ram 3500 with a 2021 Bundutec Roadrunner truck camper mounted on top.

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