Seven Awesome Overland Campers You Can Buy Right Now

If you’re looking to upgrade from camping to glamping, buy a rolling home on wheels, or live full-time on the road, then today’s article is right up your alley. We’re looking at seven overland campers listed for sale on our forums right now, and each could be a perfect fit for your next rig. The prices range from mild to wild, so sit down, kick back, and start justifying why you need one of these sweet campers in your life.

Editor’s note: Excerpts of the original ads have been republished with spelling corrections only.

1. Tiger Malayan LT – $105,000

The Malayan Line was Tiger Adventure Vehicle’s high-end, 4-season 3-point mounting system/aluminum exoskeleton line that ran until 2017. Speaking with heads at the company, the Malayans were just too darn expensive to build. The amount of labor to fit all of these systems into the boxes, as well as building the boxes themselves—they were just not able to build them rapidly enough. The quality is extremely high, and the line was created as a competitor to ER. Mileage is low, the condition is excellent, price is low—we’re just looking to move this rig to someone who will use her to her full potential. Serious inquiries only, thank you.

Reason for sale is lack of use. It’s sad to see this rig sitting in the driveway she’s ready to adventure. Whether it’s to South America, Alaska, the SW, or the local ski hill, this rig is hard to beat!

  • 2013 Tiger Malayan LT
  • 2012 Ford Regular Cab XL F250 Chassis
  • Mileage: 35,321 miles
  • Fuel Type: GAS
  • Location: Malibu, CA

For the full specification list, visit the original advertisement here.

2. LMTV-Based Overland Vehicle – $295,000

Own your adventure! With this 1997 Stewart & Stevenson LMTV and its professionally configured camper box, you will be ready to explore the world’s most rugged, remote, and wild locations. Whether you want to hunt, fish, or simply travel in freedom, this rig will get you there: $295,000. This vehicle has just 30,000 miles with approximately 100 days of travel time. It is registered as an RV; no CDL required.

  • 1997 Stewart & Stevenson LMTV
  • Mileage: 30,000
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Professionally configured with extensive camper box renovation in 2018
  • Location: Vehicle is currently in transit from Alaska to Kansas City with an expected arrival date of 9/30/19)

For the full specification list, visit the original advertisement here.

3. Ford E-350 EXT Agile Quigley – $45,500

Meticulously maintained, original paperwork from dealer and Quigley, extremely clean inside and out. The only reason we are selling is that we purchased our friends Sprinter (no lectures please ha, ha!) Asking $45,500, less if you do not want the topper or pop-out windows.

  • 2009 Ford E-350 SD EXT
  • Mileage: 95,000
  • Quigley 4×4
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Agile Offroad complete RIP kit w/Fox Shocks and dual steering dampers
  • Location: Sacramento, California

For the full specification list, visit the original advertisement here. 

4. Earthroamer XV-LT – $225,000

This truck has been carefully maintained and has seen a number of upgrades and updates since we bought it from ER in 2013. I can send a full spec sheet and more photos upon request. This truck features a custom interior layout that is (I think) the only of its kind. ER #80

  • 2008 Crew Cab Ford F550
  • Mileage: 79,000
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Kelderman Air Ride Suspension
  • 41” Continental MPT Tires with Hutchinson Bead Lock Rims
  • 90 Gallon fuel capacity
  • Location: Grand Junction, CO

For the full specification list, visit the original advertisement here. 

5. Chevy Express Extended 4×4 Sportsmobile – $95,000

The seller provides no commentary on this listing but does thoroughly dive into all the specifications. It’s an extremely clean build completed by Sportsmobile with just 12,000 miles on the clock. That leaves it under the factory warranty still for another year or 24,000 miles. If you want a worry-free purchase, this would be it.

  • 2017 Chevy Express extended
  • Mileage: 12,000
  • Fuel type: gas
  • Advanced 4×4 system with 3″ lift , 373 gears. 6.0L gas engine
  • Sportsmobile electric pop top with bed 44″x74″
  • Location: Not stated

For the full specification list, visit the original advertisement here. 

6. Earth Cruiser EXP – $285,000

An opportunity to move internationally is creating a necessity to sell our 2018 Limited Anniversary Edition Earth Cruiser EXP
As #1 in 4 of their 10th Anniversary series, this truck not only allows you the rare chance to own a piece of Earth Cruiser history but is a vehicle that will undoubtedly hold its value.
Our EC contains nearly every option available, is extra clean and has had services performed that exceed the manufacturers suggested intervals. It has recently been fully inspected by EC and FUSO and is still under the factory warranty from both companies. Ten months of being proven in the field ensure that this overland vehicle is ready to start your adventure today.
Nimble and a joy to drive, slide it into a shipping container or drive the Americas from your doorstep.

  • 2018 4×4 Fuso by Earth Cruiser
  • Mileage: Inquire (but low)
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • 10th Anniversary edition loaded with options
  • Low roof fits in a container
  • Location: Boulder CO

For the full specification list, visit the original advertisement here. 

7. Loaded Sportsmobile Econoline – $79,500

We started a business back in 2013 and then recently sold it. The goal was to hit the road in an awesome expedition vehicle for a year and travel the nation. That we did, and now it is time to go back to work. Our longest trip was living out of the van for two months and it performed amazingly well. It is sad to see it go, because we love it, but we are not able to retire yet and need to get back to work!

  • 2006 4×4 Econoline
  • Mileage: 81,813
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Bullet-proofed 6.0L Diesel
  • Abundant options and upgrades
  • Location: Pagosa Springs, Colorado

For the full specification list, visit the original advertisement here. 

Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Chris didn’t receive a real taste of the outdoors until moving to Prescott, Arizona, in 2009. While working on his business degree, he learned to fly and spent his weekends exploring the Arizona desert and high country. It was there that he fell in love with backcountry travel and four-wheel drive vehicles, eventually leading him to Overland Journal and Expedition Portal. After several years of honing his skills in writing, photography, and off-road driving, Chris now works for the company full time as Expedition Portal's Managing Editor.