This Rundown Truck is Hiding a Surprising 'Stealth' Tiny House Inside

If you've ever wanted to go off the grid, this unique tiny house could be just what you're looking for.

Outside, it looks like a regular, white work truck that's been abandoned and parked in the grass. Per the ad listing, the truck is a 1994 International 4900, DT 466.  The turbo diesel has 100,000 miles on it, and it's from Texas, so there's no rust.

But all your expectations will change once you step inside.

There's a fold-down bed, running water, plenty of storage, and air conditioning. Oh, there's also a kitchen. Okay, probably 70-plus percent of the interior is "the kitchen." This "stealth" tiny house has a multi-purpose eating area, a small fridge and freezer, and a small stove. You could cook just about anything in here.

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It may not be the best tiny home out there, but it sure is an interesting concept. It's pretty neat that you can just get in and go. Also, it gets bonus points for having a working shower and a hot water heater.

Want it for yourself? It's currently up for grabs with a price tag of $15,000.

This post was originally published on July 11, 2017.

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This Rundown Truck is Hiding a Surprising 'Stealth' Tiny House Inside