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2,000 Hours and a Custom Camper Interior Might Make This The Coolest Range Rover Build Ever

I have an affinity for Range Rovers, especially the classic ones. Their timeless design, surprising capability, and abundance of character have endeared them not only to me, but to many enthusiasts around the world, so believe me when I say that I do not take the matter of calling this one of the coolest builds out there lightly. It belongs to Only A Roadtrip Away, and the planning, attention to detail, and blind determination they invested in this project are simply staggering. I can only call the end result a masterpiece of overland ingenuity, and one of the coolest Range Rovers I have ever seen.

Of course, calling it a Range Rover at all might be a little unfair. It’s actually a Discovery 1, with a Range Rover body, a boat floor, modified dash, custom seats, and so much more. It looks like a RRC though, and that’s enough for me. So if you find yourself interested in Land Rovers, Range Rovers, four-wheel drives, or even just impressive DIY projects, do yourself a favor and watch this video. You won’t be disappointed.








 


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