Even though Overland Expo officially runs Friday through Sunday, if you were here on Thursday you'd have thought the event was already taking place. A fantastic amount of overlanders showed up one, even two days early for the event, and there was exitement in the air for things to come. If you have the chance to show up a bit early for next years event I'd strongly suggest it, it's a fantastic chance to really catch up with people, and see the entire machine come to life. From Land Rover testing and refining their test track, to getting a little behind the scenes look at everything, it's deffinetly worth it.
Land Rover had their new Range Rover Evoque parked prominently on the test course for all to see, who would want to see it go around the test course?
Camel Trophy Galore! Here's a US Competition Discovery.
Ray Hyland with Bob Burns - He's keeping Land Rover real, and sets up fantastic events.
Here's the Ural that is sitting in the Overland Journal booth being unloaded.
Triple Augt Design was on hand setting up their display of fantastic apparel.
They even have created special patches for the event.
Gianni was forced to play model for one of their newest jackets - we'll have more info on this soon.
The Overland Journal booth finished
Complete with Ural!
Which went on a skid to simulate our jungle airdrop theme.
They were also showing some of their Snow Peak lineup, which they now carry as well.
The Expeditions 7 trucks are on display in our booth as well.
Yes, we even decided to break out the chainsaw!
I think this is a seriously cool setup, a Subaru Outback with a roof top tent from Camping Labs.
Warrens' immaculate Defender 90 was also on display.
As was Jay's P38 - seriously, this truck is killer.
Four Wheel Campers was busy setting up their latest and greatest.
Bundu Gear had an Xplorer trailer on display
The awesome Sierra Expeditions 80 series Land Cruiser!
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