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Has been a great build, loads good times and teched out to the hilt. Some of the up cycling highlights on this have been all the awesome vintage hardware that we salvaged from the original horse box, a lovely weathered spalted beech worktop that came from chalice hill down the road, all the kitchen and wardrobe are built from some salvaged off an old 1920s cricket pavilion, and of course, the shower is an old cornet given the House-Box treatment.

A 1980 Bedford TK Horsebox converted into a traveling tiny home house truck in The United Kingdom. Built by HouseBox.

Originally shared at Tiny House Swoon.

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7 Comments

  • Reply Jeff August 19, 2014 at 8:47 pm

    Really nice … I like all the reclaimed and hand built features … I do have one question. How do you raise/tilt the cab to do engine work or general maintenance ? Again, excellent build. Thanks for sharing with us …

    • Reply Dean House-Box August 25, 2014 at 3:47 pm

      Hi thanks for your kind comments 🙂 In reference to the cab, Bedford TKs were never made with a provision to tilt the cab. You access the engine via some inspection flaps either side. Most jobs can be undertaken very easily (providing you are bendy!) Is a benefit of converting a TK that because you tend to get a little more headroom in the luton above the cab than on tilting cab trucks.

  • Reply Jason August 20, 2014 at 6:16 am

    Don’t see a picture of the shower in here, you piqued my interest and then didn’t deliver.

    That said, this is an incredibly beautiful build, so jealous.

  • Reply am August 20, 2014 at 6:48 am

    Wow. That’s really something, I like how the wood and metal drawers are secured and the wood-burning stove. That being said, isn’t this mobile home very heavy? That much wood must add considerable weight to the load that has to be hauled around.

  • Reply Jay Pierson August 25, 2014 at 11:28 am

    This is so nice. I would rather have this then one of those huge motorhomes. If I drove up in this to my parents cabin, I would never get any peace as all the neighbors from 50 miles away would be coming to see it. What a party.

  • Reply Robert December 14, 2014 at 4:48 pm

    Lovely. It’s got the feel of an old blacksmith’s workshop.

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