This camper was built by Tyler Thomson and Erin Sofinowski on a budget of $6000. The couple had previously used a more common truck cap with drawer system and futon mattress setup. This experience guided them as they built Adventure Truck 2.0.
While perusing Instagram, I came across this absolute weapon of a Toyota Tacoma. Not only is this truck something that we'd love to build ourselves, it's for sale. No need to get your hands dirty. Just arrive with a check and drive away with this turnkey beast.
The UAZ Hunter, also known as the UAZ-3151, is a rugged off-road vehicle that was first introduced in 1971 by the Russian automaker UAZ (Ulyanovsk Automobile Plant).
With the Tundra looking closer to par, it was time to dive in further on the 2010 Tundra Rock Warrior build. Storage, suspension, and a few cosmetic upgrades were next on the list.
Recently, I installed the all-new Bed Rail Mount Kit from Overland Kitted, which has allowed me to securely mount my MAXTRAX Recovery Boards to the Tundra's factory bed rail system. This Bed Rail Mount Kit doesn't require any drilling or permanent modification to your vehicle, creating a clean look which I love.
The Mercedes-Benz Unimog is a true automotive icon, known for its versatility and ruggedness on even the toughest of terrains. Developed in the aftermath of World War II, the Unimog was designed as a multi-purpose vehicle for use in agriculture and industry, with the intention of being a reliable and hardworking vehicle that could handle any task thrown its way.
James Bond movies are known for their action-packed plots, thrilling chase scenes, and impressive vehicles. Among the many iconic cars and gadgets that have been featured in the franchise, a selection of rugged and capable off road vehicles stand out for their unique contributions to the Bond mythos.
As a child, (and I guess an adult) and one particularly interested in engineering and machines, I've never been able to stop thinking of the Arctic Snow Train and the adventures it must have had braving the harsh and unforgiving climate of the Arctic region. In my imagination, the LCC-1 was a rolling train filled with passenger cars, a mobile fortress that was self sufficient and acted as an Arctic city on wheels.