Options on this Half Pint include a side storage box, luggage rack, and graphics.
On this model, our customer wanted these options: over-sized Jeep tires, Jeep-style diamond plate fenders, and a 3" frame lift.
The camper on the left has the optional "lifted" frame to accommodate larger Jeep wheels. It also has Jeep fenders.
This photo shows 3 finished units all in totally different configurations. Notice the one in the middle has the fan on the slant roof.
In the Half Pint, the double doors in the rear give access to the sleeping area or to an optional galley.
Long Island, New York was the final destination for this Half Pint with optional graphics.
We built this one for a prepper. We moved the vent to the front slant wall because he wanted to carry several solar panels on the roof.
This Half Pint has the optional rear 2" hitch receiver and as you can see the buyer is using it to carry a bicycle.
This Half Pint buyer requested a specific blue and gray for his graphics that we were able to match perfectly.
This Half Pint buyer found a spare tire cover that is just perfect for a teardrop. It says, "This is how we roll."
This Half Pint has the optional spare tire side wall mount. Other options on this camper include the diamond plate storage box on the tongue and the graphics.
Right after taking delivery, this buyer practiced maneuvering the Half Pint in a shopping center parking lot. The pet dog served as navigator.
Interiors (with Options)
Inside the sleeping compartment of a Half Pint. The AC is mounted in the galley wall and there is an optional wall cabinet. This one also has the optional convenience package (with lights, grab bars, smoke detector, etc.).
This Half Pint has no optional galley so the entire inside is open and usable. The photo shows the AC installed in the front wall.
This photo shows the 5-gallon water tank that comes with the optional sink and faucet. Other options include: 12-V fridge cooler, microwave, and 30-amp 120 power.
Two bright lights illuminate the galley at night. Our customer did not want the base cabinet in the galley on this camper.
Countertops are high-quality, solid surface composite.
Close-up of optional sink. A 5-gallon tank provides water to the hand-pump faucet.
This buyer went all out on the galley option adding a sink, microwave, 12-volt fridge cooler, and 30-amp 120-volt power package.
The typical installation of the AC in the Half Pint is in the front wall, but this one was installed in the rear galley wall. The AC is flush against the sleeping area wall, as shown in this photo.
The camper on the left has the optional interior rear wall and the one on right has the galley. You can see that both have the AC installed in that wall.
This model has the standard installation of the AC in the front wall.