The goal of Six-Pac Campers always has been to provide the most spacious and comfortable interior possible while keeping the overall camper compact and lightweight. Using carefully selected materials and uncompromising construction methods, we are proud to say that we consistently achieve this goal.
A Home-Away-From-Home That Will Last for Years and Years
Absolutely no particle or press board is used anywhere in a Six-Pac. The cabinetry, countertops, and wall paneling are all made from industrial mahogany harvested in the most ecologically sensitive methods possible. Of all the mahogany species available, we use luaun and meranti - they are stronger, lighter, more water resistant and less apt to warp than other more common and inexpensive species. All of the wood surfaces are finished with a vinyl cladding, so cleaning and durability of the finish has been taken into consideration.
Fabrics have been kept simple, too. Durability and easy maintenance are of prime concern, so our in-house sewing shop selects fabrics easily cleaned with water-based solutions rather than harsh solvents. The low-key, pleasing patterns lend themselves to interior spaciousness, relaxation and comfort. Our blinds are made of durable synthetic material, and curtains are crafted of Sunbrella fabric - the same as used in outdoor awnings designed to be exposed to the elements for years.
And, no matter how you like to relax at the end of the day, your Six-Pac is equipped for comfort and convenience. In addition to general lighting, there are specialized reading lights in both the dinette and sleeping areas along with 12 volt and 110 volt receptacles for your portable appliances. TV and phone jacks are installed right where you need them, and all units are pre-wired for TV antennas and cable hookup, as well as an available microwave oven.
A frequent comment that we hear from customers who've owned their Six-Pacs for decades is, "The appliances are better than ever!" That's because the appliances you'll find in a Six-Pac are of the same quality - and from the same manufacturers - as those used in million-dollar motorhomes, meeting all the same safety and performance specifications. And, instead of trendy plastic sinks, we prefer to provide the durability of stainless steel. We use Pex tubing for our fresh water plumbing - the system used for years in the most expensive European homes and becoming more common in luxury American homes. Pex is not only very strong and resistant to freeze bursting, but also highly resistant to vibration weakening.
Self-contained Six-Pac models feature a newly redesigned one-piece shower enclosure built exclusively for us. Each shower unit is scrutinized for flawless construction - both before and after installation into the camper frame. Thetford, the best known name in the industry, supplies us with both built-in and portable toilet fixtures - we refuse to use an off brand that may or may not perform reliably.
We're concerned about your safety
Every camper with gas plumbing has both a carbon monoxide and liquid propane detector, and every unit comes equipped with a smoke detector. Fire codes call for a B:C fire extinguisher, but we go the extra step and install an A:B:C rated unit made by Kidde. The oversized escape hatch over the bed functions both as an emergency exit and as another source of ventilation with its bug screen and crank up lid, so you can enjoy even more fresh air in addition to the numerous sliding windows located in the kitchen, dinette, and cabover bed areas.
It's all here in a Six-Pac: the ideal combination of comfort, durability and versatility in a lightweight truck camper.
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