Here’s some photos and videos. Apologies that it’s just a random assortment. I didn’t document this well. It’s what I’ve got.
Basically I wanted a kitchen setup so that I could stop fussing with bins and setting up the table and stove and everything else when I camped. But I wanted one that would maximize space and could easily be removed and stored in the garage on a shelf. I use my truck for truck stuff and need the empty cargo space.
I also wanted it to be fairly light weight and I wanted to be able to remove the stove in case of bad weather. (This turned out to be a good idea… my wife and I cooked with the stove inside the truck shell just the other day because of rain.)
I made a rectangular box exactly as tall as the wheel well (with the Toyota mat in there) to put another piece of plywood onto the top of it so that friends could sleep in there bunkbed style. The extra piece of plywood attached with a few screws and typically comes off when I remove the box.The 26" wide top is perfect for a 25" trifold mattress and even when not sleeping someone else it works great as a couch. Nice for getting out of the wind and sun. We used it a lot that way on a recent trip down Baja.
I didn’t document much of a how to, but I’m happy to answer questions or share the Sketchup file.
25" wide trifold mattress
13.5" thin slide for left side of drawer top
14" slide for right side of drawer top
Camp Chef Everest Stove
5lb propane tank
Some other pics of Baja are on a recent/pinned IG story. More pictures of the truck/drawer on there.
I build some other stuff and generally document it better.