01-22-2013, 04:09 PM
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I have slept in a truck shell before (in the summer) and it does work really well. It wasn't a camper one, just a regular truck cap type. With the windows open a bit, and the back hatch propped open, it let fresh air come in.
The air mattress just fit in the back, so we kept clothes in the truck, which helped keep them from getting damp as well.
Someone already mentioned that cold air comes from the bottom, I would make sure that you put some sort of insulating matt under the mattress. I always seem to forget that until the next morning, when I wake up cold!