If you’ve ever thought about going off-grid, this 1984 Land Rover 110 Dormobile Overlanding Vehicle is what you need to get you there. Originally sold to an owner in France as a traditional Land Rover, a German couple purchased it in 2000 and devoted considerable effort turning it into a custom camper.
The original 2.5-liter engine was replaced with a more recent 300 TDI four-cylinder that currently has just 38,000 miles on it. The extended fuel range of 22 mpg means that it’s possible to drive some 600 miles before needing to stop for gas. Disc brakes and an upgraded suspension were added to the four-wheel-drive drivetrain to ensure that this Land Rover is ready to tackle everything you throw in front of it.
Inside, it sleeps two and is outfitted with a diesel stove, sink, and custom kitchen. A pop-up roof yields a nine-foot ceiling in the living space and fold-out bunks. The heater and outdoor shower provide all the comforts of home packed into an adventure vehicle.