After the box was built I covered it in fiberglass resin,sanded off the high points to leave a large orange peel. The little texture is to help hide scratches and imperfections, as well as the bright white paint. The total weight will be about 600 to 700 pounds.
I do plan on building another one at a later date with a larger axle and hubs to match my truck so I can use the spare off my truck if needed. On that one I will flip the axle, and give it that extra cool factor. Too much height and it wont pass under the garage door and would have to go to storage.
Put a little fold away table on both side's in the galley I added a full extension drawer with a little top to make a bit more counter space, added a full length shelf above the ac. I added a 18" magnetic strip to hold cooking knives spoons,big forks.
My friends this is an easy build and if you are interested I ll be glad to help you, once this one is gone I am doing another just a different style. I like building stuff to keep me busy, oh by the way I will be needing a trailer soon, boat trailer, harbour freight trailer ect. just a 4x8 or a 5x8 so keep your eyes open
A guy saw it in my driveway walked up and made me an offer so it is gone now, I have placed an order for a new trailer from Northern tool. Started ordering parts, buying wood and have a good head start on teardrop camper number 2
tinted windows, LED lights, 6k btu ac, light weight and easy to move, and the foot print is less than a jeep. Heck yeah. If you want to watch the build the look on you tube for m langford with 21 subscribers. The channel is older I left it sit for years and now it is active, show you haw to start a fire with old ashes and