Chassis mount canopy




FULLY BESPOKE Chassis mount canopy

Our chassis mount canopies are the best way to utilize a pick up whether for everyday use, for work or for an expedition of a life time.

Fully welded aluminium construction provides optimum strength and durability whilst remaining lightweight.

Canopies can be left as raw aluminium finish, powdercoated or professionally painted in a colour of your choice for extra durability.

The canopies are fully bespoke and are designed to fit any specification or requirements you may have. These include half canopies, traybacks with or without canopies, built in roof racks, specific partitioning systems, bespoke storage systems, etc.

We can also completely fit out the canopies, e.g. dual battery system, fridge slide, integrated drawer system, external/internal lighting etc.

Designed and fabricated in the UK.

Please contact us for more information/specific quotes.

Specification for canopy pictured:

  • Full aluminium canopy for L200 2006-09 Short Bed.

  • H 885mm x W 1740mm x L 1450mm.

  • Weight: approx. 130kg.

  • Internal aluminium framework allows for Roof Top Tent to be bolted directly onto frame (acts as an internal "roofrack").

  • Two lockable external opening side doors allow for convenient secure access to canopy.

  • Canopy fully water and dust tight.

  • LED rear lights.

  • Lockable full aluminium trayback mounted toolboxes fitted behind rear wheel arches. Dust and water tight.

  • Lockable rear drawer exiting from rear lighting panel, fitted between aluminium frame rails. Dust and water tight. Fitted on heavy duty sliders. Dimensions approx. 1000m long x 1000m wide x 130mm high.

  • Dual battery system powers fridge in canopy, and several accessories within cab. Will power further internal canopy accessories once fitted.

  • Bolt on aluminium wheel arches allows for easy replacement if damaged whilst off-roading.

  • Price starting at £4950.



JK Overland joined us on a day’s off-road testing of our Chassis Mounted Full Aluminium Canopy on Dartmoor in June 2018.