2020 Overlander ERD 28' 4x4 Diesel Expedition Vehicle - $189000 (Longmont)


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As a class c quigley converted owner I hear you loud and clear. Composite would be preferred, just tough to fill the wallet to afford it.

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To be fair, most do not need the high end quality a composite build gets you.

No matter which way you go, you loose your ass on the "investment" anyhow.


Why someone builds this with a departure angle that hangs up in a wallmart parking lot, let alone off-road is beyond me


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There's a lot of places my Prius can go that that thing couldn't. On the other hand, I would have rather been in that camper when I hit the racoon; sort of made a mess of the Prius, but probably wouldn't have felt it with that camper.