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    Hallmark Popup Camper For The 07 Tundra



    Composite Hallmark on '07 Tundra
    POSTED: March 2, 2007 | by Staff Writer

    For 2007, Hallmark has announced a line of composite pop-up truck campers. The new pop-ups are pre-moulded composite body and frame campers. Their walls were designed and built in a joint effort with CF Maier a company known for building race car bodies and the Earthroamer.

    "My brother, father, myself and two long-time employees spent most of 2005 and half of 2006 building each model and mould by hand. These campers are completely built out of hand laid fiberglass much the same way today's fiberglass boats are built," explains Matt Ward of Hallmark.

    To build the new Hallmarks, gel coat is sprayed into a mould and then hand laid fiberglass is put down. After that a resin sealant and strengthener is applied. Following the resin and sealant, a composite layer of end-grain balsa wood is applied. Then the form is completed with a second layer of hand laid fiberglass and a final coat of resin sealant.

    "The balsa wood is very light and strong. It's used in the 2007 Corvette bodies. The result of all this is a free standing body and frame combination that will not rot, de-laminate, or fade. And it's very strong and extremely nice looking," adds Matt.

    Behind the camper wall and frame is 1" of insulation and then wood backing for cabinets.

    "We use a three layer insulated soft wall on all of our pop-ups made out of a special material that will not mildew or crack in cold weather. As a result, our pop-ups are good to 70 degrees in -20 degree weather," said Matt.

    Every Hallmark camper is manufactured at their facility. Hallmark will even make a camper from carbon fiber if a customer is willing to cover the extra material cost. The result would be an even lighter and stronger camper.

    "We make everything in-house from the cabinets, cushions, and soft-walls to the floors, roofs, and carpets. We also boast the only patented worm gear electric roof on the market. This system will lift 400 pounds (181.5 kilograms) in addition to the weight of the roof and is extremely reliable. 50 years in the making, I'm sure Hubert M. Ward would be proud of our latest product," concludes Matt.

    For more information about Hallmark and their line of composite pop-up truck campers, visit www.hallmarkrv.com.



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    very nice stuff there, good find.

    i bet they are proud of em though.
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    Exclamation Here are some pics of the Milner MX model...





    The guy got it for ~ $ 16,500 at a camper show.

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    Here's a couple of PDF files they have for the hallmark and as Wild said I bet they are proud of them because they want you to call for 07 prices. Just might have to do that Monday.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Can you add A/C???
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    Looks like they can add ac.




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    Thanks for the pics!
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    dragging this up from the depths hoping that there is some more info on the MilnerLX a few years later. Seriously considering this as my TC on top of a 4x4 CM.
    anyone have any updates or opinions on Hallmark and Milner? My other top choice is the Northstar TC650.
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    I have been looking at those campers as well.
    I like the composite idea, but i don't like the wooden frame behind it?
    Seems a little misleading IMO.

    Not too many campers for the Taco out there though.

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    $16k for a frigen camper? Are you kidding me. For that kind of smack, just buy a pre-owner travel trailer thats 2-3x the size.


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