This unusual-looking army van on a four-axle chassis (8×2) of the Sisu M-168 truck is being sold in Finland today. The car was produced in 1982 and only four of these were made.
The body was made by local company Kiitokori, which specializes in mobile libraries, mobile medical offices, and mobile television stations. It was she who at one time made the famous PTS on the Kamaz chassis.
In this case, a military van has been converted into an 8-seater camper, with a living room, a kitchenette, a toilet and sleeping places. There is an air heater, as well as a liquid one, which can be activated when connected to the network. A 3-kilowatt inverter is also installed to power on-board systems.
The rear wheel suspension is pneumatic, with the ability to adjust ground clearance. The fourth, non-driving axle is made lifting to improve maneuverability and efficiency when unloaded. In general, this entire mobile home is designed for a total weight of 22 tons. The roof, which is accessed by an external staircase in the rear wall of the body, is designed for increased load – up to 200 kg/sq. m.
Interestingly, outriggers are installed between the front wheels and also in the rear, with the help of which a rather large van can be raised in the parking lot so as not to unnecessarily load the chassis. And finally, let’s talk about the engine. This 12.2-liter unit is branded Rollse-Royce. It develops 320 hp. With. and is paired with a manual, non-synchronized 13-speed Fuller gearbox.