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About three years ago, this awesome family sold their house and decided to live a totally unconventional life in a 1998 military vehicle converted into a truly spectacular home on wheels. They put a kitchen closet to the cab that can fit food for about 8 days of off-grid overlanding.

Two 12-foot slide-outs hold the eating and sleeping areas and help open up the middle of the home when they’re parked. They have a little bathroom near the back door and the coolest solar array you’ve seen yet! Enjoy the tour.

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Living Off Savings in their $80K Rig

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Mr. Wolf originally convinced his wife into a skoolie conversion, so long as he built it out like a home. But after some trips, they realized it couldn’t get them where they wanted to go! So Mr. Wolf had an idea – build a 4×4 Overlanding rig on a Humvee chassis.

Using aluminum and marine-grade materials, he created a tiny house that’s going to stand up to the test of time. While on the outside it looks like a beast, you walk inside to a comfortable and cozy home that even has a tiled shower! Pretty amazing. Tell us what you think!

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His Self-Designed 4×4 Tiny Home Rig

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Parker and Isabelle wanted to do something different, and none of the rigs they could find really fit their needs — so they went wild and took a military truck base, a shelter pod and a whole lot of ingenuity to create a massive overlanding vehicle home that can fit all their outdoor toys and go just about anywhere.

With 400-lb tires, this truck is no joke. Parker renovated the cab to look like an airplane cockpit, and they have multiple cranes on the rig to make it easy to lower down heavy toys and the spare tire. Plus, it’s now for sale if you want it for yourself!

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This Rig Has a Crane for The 400 Lb Spare Tire!

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Greg loves camping and found out after RV travel that he would love to reach more off-road locations. So he got to work on creating his dream 4×4 rig turning a Toyota Sunrader into an overland motorhome!

He has a full-sized bed over the cab that lifts to allow access from the main living area into the cab. There’s a little kitchenette, a couch that folds out into a bed, and plenty of storage. Would you like a rig like this?

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His DIY Toyota Overland Camper

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After a divorce, Bradley was looking for “Plan B” — how could he comfortably sustain himself for the next 20 years? He started looking for a Toyota Sun Raider and found a 1982 fiberglass shell that needed a total overhaul.

Wanting to off-road, he needed to upgrade the tires, engine, and shocks to make it happen! He added special bars to hold up his hammock in the front of the truck, and in the back, he added additional exterior storage. What do you think of his set-up?

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Man & His Pup In Colorful Overlanding Rig

1982 Toyota Sun Rader 2×4 to 4×4 Overlander Conversion 2

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You might remember Trevor and Rae’s first Overlander that they built on a budget. When we last talked to them, they were in the process of taking an old snowplow truck and making their second epic overland rig. Now it’s finished, and you’ll love the tour!

The rig is beautiful and decked out with an amazing solar system which allows them to run a mini-split to keep their dog comfortable. While they think nomadic living gives you more freedom than any other lifestyle, they make it clear that it’s not necessarily cheaper or easier. Check out their rig below!

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Their Second DIY Overlander Tour

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Mike is a professional snowboarder who purchased 84 acres in Tahoe on a huge granite slab and transformed it into a hand-crafted rock cabin with a hot tub, cold plunge, ski lift, and even an onsite Overlander that he rents out on Airbnb!

It took Mike years and years to get the property he bought in 2005 to where it is today, and he did it with lots of help from friends and family. While the off-grid spot is still closer to glamping, it offers all the amenities of home and Mike did such an incredible job designing this masterpiece. Enjoy the tour!

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And On-Site Overlander Airbnb with Epic Flip-Out Deck

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Stuart and Charlotte were no strangers to tiny house life when they bought an old military truck and decided to transform it into an off-roading home. They had already spent a couple of years living vanlife, but wanted a rig that could take them anywhere.

They spent much of the 2020 lockdown finishing their build and have been chasing good weather and beautiful sights ever since! Read their story and enjoy the photo tour below.

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Their DIY Overlander Built From Old Military Vehicle

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You might remember Kirt and Jen’s family as the family of four living full-time in their Sprinter van! As their boys grew up, they decided they needed more room — but they didn’t go the traditional route of re-purchasing a home. Instead, they built out this DIY Overlander that doubled their space and made it easier for them to stay boondocking for a couple of weeks at a time.

Their Overlander is a combination of a dualie truck and a brand new specialized box that they attached to it and converted into a home. The space inside has a large kitchen, bunks for the boys, and a standard queen-sized bed for mom and dad. They also have a shower and toilet in their mini bathroom and an incredible fold-out outdoor space with an awning.

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They Went From Van Life to this Self-Built Overlander Truck Camper Named Macho

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