Overlander #2

We have started the second build on a immaculate 2013 Mitsubishi Fuso FG, this Overlander is FOR SALE. If you are interested in purchasing please contact us. We will complete the build by the end of April 2020. The custom build camper is a rugged well insulated construction making the best use of the space to live comfortably on the road. Systems are kept simple to reduce the chances of failure. Only the best components are used during construction.



Vehicle – Mitsubishi Fuso FG

  • 5 x Super Single 17X9″ Wheels
  • 5 x Toyo Open Country M/T 37×12.5 R17 tires
  • Rear Tyre Carrier
  • Corbeau Moab Seats
  • External Storage compartments
  • Front Scrub Bar & Roof Solar Deflector
  • Suspension Upgrade
  • Aluminium Winch Compatible Bull Bar
  • Electric 12V 17,000Lb Winch & 45m Plasma cable
  • 5 x Super Single  wheels and wheel flares
  • Wheel Flares
  • Under mount Propane Tank
  • Roof Ladder
  • Bumper and tow hitch


  • 2 x 100Ah Battleborn Lithium Batteries
  • 1 x Victron 3000W Inverter & Battery Charger
  • 2 x 325W Solar Panels and 50A Victron Charge Controler
  • 1 x Arctic Tern Roof Hatch with LED strip Lights
  • 3 x LED lights
  • 1 x Yellow external camp light


Full height bathroom- Shower, Basin & Thetford Cassette toilet

  • Truma Combi Eco Plus Heating and Hot Water System
  • Dining area & Table for up to 4 people converts into twin bed
  • Overhead cupboards above kitchen and seating area
  • Storage under dinette seats also accessed from outside
  • 4 x Clothes drawers
  • 5 x Large Arctic Tern double pane acrylic windows with built in blinds and fly screens
  • Large under bed storage accessed from both inside and out
  • External shower
  • 50 Gallon Fresh water tank
  • 25 Gallon grey water tank
  • Access to Cab


  • A full 40 inch counter with 6 drawers
  • 2 Burner Propane Cooktop
  • Sink and Combination tap
  • 3 way upright fridge/freezer 3.7 cu feet

Optional Extras

  • 325W Solar Panel
  • Bike Rack
  • Extra Battleborn Batteries
  • Spot lights

The first build

In our initial build due to time constraint we opted to put a Cassita trailer onto the truck. The layout in the Cassita was very restrictive and had virtually no insulation making it useless for travel in the high country.

After a several months we opted to build our own camper body using insulated fiberglass reinforced panels.