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Patriot Campers LC200 Supertourer

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Jun 25, 2018

Category: Rides

While you can, in theory, drive a perfectly capable overlander off the lot – there are certain parts of the world that require something a bit more rugged. Take, for instance, the Australian Outback. For such an unforgiving place, you’d do far better with, say, Patriot Campers’ LC200 Supertourer.

Leave it to a group of Aussies to create one of the most hardcore vehicles ever built – this thing is wild. Built upon a 200-series Toyota Land Cruiser with a twin-turbo V8 diesel engine, this monster features an upgraded suspension, a chassis extension (to suit the all-aluminum rear-mounted storage system), front and rear TJM Torq winches, and beefy all-terrain tires on new ROH wheels. That integrated storage, by the way, also includes a bevy of tool chests, an undertray water tank with a pump, a full functional kitchen, and more. And if there’s anything you’re missing or don’t like, you can customize the thing to suit your needs. The LC200 Supertourer starts at $159,990.

Purchase: $159,990+

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