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In the years following WWII, men and women by the thousands folded up their uniforms and slipped behind picket fences and into the American Dream. These were the hay making days of domestic manufacturing with every home bristling with American-made appliances, and within each garage sat a hulking example of Detroit’s finest. Some say we have strayed far from those days, but we think the American dream lives on in the American overlander. For those of us still appreciative of homegrown goods, the overland segment is full of options. It’s even possible to build a world-beating expedition vehicle made with American-born components. So, what does the quintessential American overlander look like?