AT Overland Atlas w/ Goose-Gear Upfit :: Featured Classified

AT Overland Atlas truck camper

It’s safe to say that building an overland rig can get expensive, and there’s seemingly always “just a few more things to do.” Sure, overlanding can be enjoyed on a shoestring budget but as you fall more in love with vehicle travel, you’ll no doubt be looking for ways to improve the quality of life on the road. As a full-time nomad and remote worker, I don’t regret a penny of the money I’ve invested into making my vehicle a comfortable home. That said, building a camper from scratch has been very laborious, expensive, and crucially robbed me of a lot of time (the most precious currency) that could’ve been invested into experiences. Furthermore, while custom builds are great, they’re not without their problems, which is why many overlanders invest in ready-made, tried and tested solutions. Cue today’s unique opportunity to purchase an exceptionally well-equipped AT Overland Atlas truck topper with desirable factory options, a Goose Gear interior, and a long list of premium upgrades. This stunning camper cost the best part of $40,000, but could be yours for a bargain $25,900 (and will fit any full-size short bed truck).

AT Overland Atlas truck camper

Ram with an Overland Atlas camper

From the Seller:

I’m selling my turnkey AT Atlas full-size, 5- by 7-inches camper as featured on the AT website with incredible options. It’s only been used a couple of times and is in perfect, like-new condition and ready for a new home and adventures. I’ve invested over $37,000, so this is a great deal for someone looking for the total setup with all the best equipment. The AT Atlas was the best choice for a camper solution, both in quality and support. I’m located in Southern California (Orange County) with several options to transfer the camper to your truck.”

Truck camper interior with Goose Gear cabinets

Truck camper solar set up

AT Overland Atlas

The 360-pound Atlas truck top camper fills the void between a topper and slide-in camper and “provides a durable, insulated and lightweight vertical pop-up shell for today’s fuel-efficient trucks, while still leaving room for individual customization.” The innovative design comfortably sleeps two with enough space for one to stand while another is in bed and can be deployed with up to 100 pounds of cargo on the roof. Once the roof is lifted, the Atlas offers 6 feet, 10 inches of headroom and is set up in 60 seconds. Additional standard features include a lightweight aluminum and honeycomb composite construction, FMVSS-compliant canvas tent that’s breathable and waterproof, LED lighting, a built-in 2-piece mattress, locking lift gate, and interior carpeting. Today’s example showcases a long list of optional extras such as a double-pane acrylic Euro window with bug and privacy screens, a thermal liner, awning brackets, a lightbar bracket, roof-mounted aircraft track, and more. If that wasn’t enough, the Atlas showcases a full Goose Gear interior upfit, which includes:

  • Goose Gear cabinets
  • Bamboo countertops with backsplash and spice rack
  • Sink/kitchen module
  • Dual drawers with divider system
  • Fridge module with fridge and stove slide
  • Radius Outfitters gearbox
  • Storage module
  • Paper towel holder

Goose Gear cabinets in Overland Atlas

AT Overland Atlas electrical system

Distinguishing Features

  • Alu-Cab 270 awning
  • WeBoost Drive Reach Overland with custom antenna mounting bracket
  • ARB air compressor
  • Front Runner Pro tanks (freshwater, 42 liters; graywater, 20 liters)
  • Battle Born 100-amp-hour battery, Redarc Prime Redvision system, two 105-watt Sunflare Xplor Solar Series panels, and full custom wiring by Wired By Greg
  • Baja Designs and National Luna lighting
  • Fridge slide
  • USB outlets throughout and external power input
  • Partner Steel 2-burner stove
  • Rear camera
  • Custom bench cushion

AT Overland Atlas pop top camper

This AT Overland Atlas with Goose-Gear upfit is listed for $25,900 and is currently located in Orange County, California. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

Contact Information

Tel: (949) 208-2012 or (949) 652-3232


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AT Overland Atlas pop top truck camper

Truck topper

AT Overland Atlas cooking set up

No money in the bank, but gas in the tank. Our resident Bikepacking Editor Jack Mac is an exploration photographer and writer living full-time in his 1986 Vanagon Syncro but spends most days at the garage pondering why he didn’t buy a Land Cruiser Troopy. If he’s not watching the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, he can be found mountaineering for Berghaus, sea kayaking for Prijon, or bikepacking for Surly Bikes. Jack most recently spent two years on various assignments in the Arctic Circle but is now back in the UK preparing for his upcoming expeditions—looking at Land Cruisers. Find him on his website, Instagram, or on Facebook under Bicycle Touring Apocalypse.