Conqueror UEV-440 Camper Trailer

Jun 8, 2016

Category: Rides

Going across the country for a year sounds great on paper, but then the cold hard facts come in, including having to buy a massive RV that repels women like Dungeons & Dragons. Live your dream without lumbering along with the UEV-440, a camper trailer that’s compact, rugged, and very versatile.

The construction is rock-solid, with skeletal construction and CNC-manufactured body parts offering an excellent combination of body strength and flexibility. A canvas awning can be unfolded to cover your camping base, with plenty of mesh screens to let the air in while keeping bugs out. The list of sweet features is a long one, including two fold out beds, interior heating, air-conditioning, a diesel hot water system, microwave, shower, fridge/freezer, full kitchen complete with cutlery and crockery, a flat panel TV, and surround sound splash-proof stereo system. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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