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Video of the Week :: 1989 Suzuki Super Carry Microvan

If you’re vertically challenged, or you like all things tiny and are looking for an inexpensive microvan to take overlanding to ancient cities and are not interested in venturing too far from the beaten path, then this might be your ideal overland rig. Calum Gillies walks us through his 1989 Suzuki Super Carry 1000cc Microvan.

The Suzuki Super Carry was originally designed and manufactured in Japan and has been in production since 1961. It has been manufactured across ten countries abroad and was sold by both General Motors and Ford. This campervan might not be the safest (no crumple zones besides your lower extremities) and can be considered claustrophobically cozy; however, it is economical, reliable, surprisingly capable, and as cute as a button.

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Luisa Bell has always had a passion for travel, but she never imagined that she would travel the world, with her family, in a self-built Land Rover Defender camper. As the navigator, administrator, and penetrator of bureaucracy, she has led her family to over 65 countries on five continents. Luisa is the wife of Graeme, and their quarter-century together feels like a full century in overlander years. Her two kids and her dog are her pride and joy, and if she could travel with them indefinitely, she would. With a background in immigration law, she has the ability to make the impossible possible and has no plan of settling down or retiring her full-time traveler status. Follow her adventures at www.a2aexpedition.com