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This Tiny Retro Camper Offers More Than What It Seems

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RVs typically have some limitations when you purchase a layout and that’s what you’re stuck with. Fortunately, Happier Camper HC1 breaks free of those restrictions. According to a report, the modular floor and large hatch could make it an extremely flexible RV.

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Photo Courtesy of Happier Camper

The HC1 is a retro-style camper—the design is similar to the travel trailers in the 1950s. It’s made of a double shell composed of fiberglass to increase durability. The trailer is just 3.05 meters long for the shell and 3.96 meters in total.

The HC1 is 499 kg and has 49 to 58 kg tongue weight. The HC1 can be towable by any vehicle with a towing rating.

What makes the HC1 unique is its interior. Open the hatch and you’ll be given a completely modular fiberglass floor, ready to build a new living space.

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Photo Courtesy of Happier Camper

The company is calling it the “Adaptiv” system and offers many different cubes that you can install such as storage, seats, a sink, refrigerator, and even a dry flush toilet. The cubes snap together just like LEGO bricks, and there are spaces on the floor to place table legs too.

The modular design also implies that you are able to remove the cubes and set them up outside next to the campfire or for cooking outdoors.

You can also leave some cubes at home and make use of the camper as a utility trailer.

The basic 3.96-meter Happier Camper HC1 is priced at $US29,950. The base price includes lots of cushions, tables, and some of the basic modular cubes. You can include a kitchenette for $US2,175 and a refrigerator for $US1,335.

For more information, visit the Happier Camper website by clicking here.

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