If you crave spontaneous adventure without roughing it, you’ll love the Vintage Overland Caravan. A handcrafted camper, this beauty will satisfy (or fuel) your off-road wanderlust in stylish comfort. Created in the classic teardrop shape, the ergonomic hauler combines rugged, military-inspired design with cozy modern conveniences. Even better, the lightweight camper boasts environmentally friendly features, including a solar panel, LEDs, and repurposed denim insulation.
The Vintage Overland Caravan comes in three different models. All campers sport a welded steel frame with anodized aluminum, a rooftop solar panel, vintage-style tail lights, exterior utility light, off-road-capable torsion axle, powder coated frames and fenders, rear receiver hitch, and roof rack mounts. The caravan opens up through a hand-built oversized door to reveal a hardwood Baltic birch interior with solar-powered LEDs and an iPhone-ready accessory jack. A comfy memory foam mattress in the 4-feet-wide and 8-foot-long cabin—the cabin is a foot wider in the T.E. Lawrence version—is included in all models, though the bigger models offer a few extra features including a rear hatch, large multipurpose storage boot, and more.
Despite its durable and large frame, the lightweight Vintage Overland Trailer only weighs around 600 to 700 pounds. The starting price for the most basic camper model starts at $10,500. All Vintage Overland caravans are made to order in Grand Junction, Colorado.
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