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GFC Order #32

Having the big oversized overhead Cache Camper a.k.a Ol’ Heavy was great for long camping trips with the wife or as a parking lot chalet on pow days but as soon as I got off road it became a pucker fest that a kegal champion would struggle to keep up with. Obviously the size and weight were never meant for the camper to go off-road and after one particularly sketchy moment on a snowy shelf road on Mt. Shasta I decided Ol’ Heavy would stay a pavement princess.

I still had my original deposit down for my GoFast Camper and decided to order one for the Dodge. They took so long to get and were so popular that I knew I could sell it immediately if I didn’t end up liking it. I had also ordered it so early that my pricing and white glove delivery service made it a no brainer to move forward and see what the GoFast Camper was all about.


I already really liked working with the GFC guys because they were really flexible. I think I put my origninal order in for a ZR2 Colorado then paused that order then told them a Tacoma, then didn’t get that truck, and finally got the Dodge and submitted for one of the first XL versions of the generation 1 GFC camper. The buzz GFC created was cool, and so was the story of camping fast. Get to your campsite fast, set up fast, get out fast. They made every part of the camping experience cool.

My original XL GFC order and options:


Color - Black

2 Windows

Side Entrance Tent - Tent Grey

GFC also honored my early bird pricing and white glove delivery so the total price on it was $5,750 which was rad because I took like a year to give them a vehicle to build for. The GFC guys were crazy. Talk about solving problems they engineered some crazy crane contraption and mounted it to the trailer they were lugging these campers around on all over then country. It allowed the driver to deliver, and install these campers all by himself. It was a punk rock, get it done, operation.

I was stoked on the camper. The truck handled like a dream with the lightweight camper on the back. Plus I still had my truck bed and could use it. I dreaded taking Ol’ Heavy on and off the truck so to have a permanent camping solution bolted to the rig was great.

Our first trip in the camper was to the majestic and rolling hills of Alabama. I liked it. I liked the GFC a lot.

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