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Geocar produce just three models in their range of GRP-bodied off-road campers one of which, the 'Vikunja', is a demountable.
Oh my goodness, I thought the Swedish Toppola (see where are they now?) was a one-off but it seems the idea of a car-mounted demountable has got to Belgium as well. It's called the 'Dodoo' which, in English anyway, seems to be halfway between 'dodo' and 'doo-doo', neither of which has particularly positive connotations! The website is only in Dutch.
AB Concept produce a small range of monocoque polyester, poptop campers in two lengths - "standard" and "alongιe". The rear 'tailgate' with optional tent is an interesting touch. The website is somewhat slight on detail though, unlike many manufacturers, they are explicit about their prices.
L'Azalai manufacture expedition vehicles (l'Azalai tout terrain) as well as a slightly less rugged demountable range (Lababouch' tout chemin).
On their website Bauges Automobiles offer to build and/or convert just about any kind of motorcaravan or vehicle although there are few examples illustrated. The offer includes a demountable camper (click on 'Cellule' and then 'Amovible') for which there is a fairly detailed pricelist (in .pdf format) but only a very brief description and a back-of-a-fag-packet illustration.
Camper Track import the Northstar range of campers from the U.S. into France but also manufacture their own expedition vehicles including one demountable, the 'Kyoga'. It has an interesting, and as far as I know unique, double elevating roof.
English language version of the Cap Lander website. Cap Lander's three-model range of demountables is aimed primarily at LandRover owners but, according to the site, they will produce campers for other vehicles. Although the Cap Lander units are demountable they do not have an integral jacking system and don't look as though they could be used when off the vehicle.
Previously trading as 'Atlas Diffusion', Cellules Touareg manufacture a range of five models, four of which are demountable, for pickup, flatbed and chassis trucks. All of them, except perhaps for the 'Basic', are inclined towards the expedition end of the market.
Clιmenson build demountables (the Explo range) and other motorcaravans to order, and have been doing so for a long time. English language site available.
Manufacturer B.B.F. produces two demountable campers in the 'Gazell' range, one for double-cab and one for extended-cab pickups. Both very neat and compact clam-tops, they are fully constructed in GRP and clearly have an eye on the off-road adventure market.
Globe Camper (not to be confused with the German van converter Globecar) produces a standard range of four, light-weight, demountable "off-road cabins" varying in size from the 'Version XS' to the 'Version Familly' (sic). Intended for serious off-road use, they are all made for Landrovers and other pickups that have undergone a flat-bed conversion.
Curiously-named Log-Concept is a manufacturer specialising in aluminium fabrication. Their demountable 'Cube' is, by their own description, half tent / half camper. Now in its third version, 'Cube Evo3', it is very innovative and lightweight if somewhat austere.
No Mad Evasion make three standard models and also build custom orders. English language site available.
RRConcept makes a pop-top demountable (the 'RRCab') that fits into the austere but durable end of the market. It appears to be available to fit virtually all current pickups including the Landrover 130.
WHAT'S ON THIS PAGE
Pretty much "what it says on the tin" - hopefully this is a comprehensive list of European manufacturers of demountable campers, most of whom sell directly to their customers.
I try to check these links on a fairly regular basis but, if you find dud links or if you are aware of major omissions, please let me know.