This is the story of how one man turned his 2007 Lexus GX470 into his overland vehicle for traveling and working remotely as a software engineer. He retrofitted the vehicle to house all of his basic living needs including a rear kitchen with a refrigerator and a rooftop tent with 300W of solar panels.
While it may not offer as much space as a typical van conversion, it’s capable of off-roading into more remote locations. What would you choose, a van conversion or an expedition SUV like this? Or maybe something in between? Either way, be sure to check out the Going Farther Lexus GX470 SUV below!
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Living and Working in his Lexus GX470 SUV
This epic DIY truck house is 8′ long x 6′ wide and sits on the flatbed of a 1996 Ford F-350.
It was designed and built by Timmy from Truck House Life as a full-time home on wheels for his adventurous lifestyle in Alaska.
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Living Off-Grid In A DIY Overland Truck House
This is an EarthCruiser Overland Vehicle built on a FUSO chassis.
It’s an off-road camping rig ready to take you and your loved ones almost anywhere and enjoy extended periods almost anywhere. Pretty amazing, right? Wouldn’t it be incredible getting to have one of these expedition vehicles?
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Off-Road EarthCruiser Overland Camping Vehicle
This is a 1971 Airstream Overlander Conversion in Kansas City that’s for sale for $47,000, according to the listing on Tiny Home Builders.
A total shell off restoration in the fall of 2018. My wife has fallen pregnant and we’re now on a wonderful new journey. With great sadness, we have to sell our dream home that I just put nearly 2000 hours of sweat into. It was professionally at $70,000.1
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Couple selling their 1971 Airstream Overlander to tiny house conversion because they’re starting a family…