All the time people ask to see the interior of the Avion camper. Maybe you'd like a peek inside too.
Up there above the passenger door is the bed, positioned over the truck cab.
And just below is the comfy booth-like eating space with table. That table drops down to the level of the cushions to make another bed, the cushions rearranged to provide the mattress. Not that we use this space for anything other than eating, computer work, and reading. Note storage above.
Here's the opposite side, with 3-burner range, sink, and a generous food prep area. Plus a lot of storage above and below. Behind me is a closet, a fridge, and a bathroom. We don't use the bathroom on this 45-year-old camper, though we could. Note the crank windows, which let air flow freely in all directions (the rear door has windows too)...one of the things I love best about this tiny living space.
The truck is a 1975 Ford F250 camper special, meaning it's set up for a slide-in camper like this one, a 1965 Avion C10, made in Michigan (by the way, most people think it's an Airstream that's been cut down).
The designers were hunters working for Avion (which made trailers like this one) who talked their employer into letting them design this truck camper.
In a nice symmetry, the grandson of one of those original designers, Chuck Cayo, still works on Avions (including ours, when Art can't figure out what's wrong) at his shop in Watervliet, Michigan.
This little rig is extraordinarily comfortable.