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Patriot Campers Desert Ops X1-N & LC79 Supertourer

Not any SUV can pull Patriot Campers new Desert Ops — and that’s why they built a Toyota LC79 Land Cruiser to go with it. The Desert Ops is limited to 20 units in Australia and the US and is built to a standard that few trucks can match, let alone campers. Riding on 35″ tires with electric drum brakes, the Desert Ops X1-N has Patriot’s proprietary X-Rack mounting platform, making it configurable to carry anything you’ll need for an extended trip into the bush. Four different tents are available, along with the option of bike racks and a host of other accessories. A twin burner stove, gas water heater, 155-liter water tank, and twin batteries to power anything you’ll need come standard. Towing the X1-N is an LC79 Supertourer with flatbed and 12″ extended chassis and EDS suspension, making nearly anywhere you can dream of going a reality.

Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus Boot Buggy

Film director and financier James Glickenhaus is an avid Ferrari collector and founder of Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus. Best known for their hypercars and Le Mans LMP1 project, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus has taken a completely different direction for the Boot Buggy — a dedicated offroader influenced by Steve McQueen’s Baja Boot and ready to run the Baja 1000 straight from the factory floor. The only difference between the race-ing version and the road-legal version is the motor: a 460-horsepower LT1 powers the road model, and the racing version gets a 650-horsepower LT4 and beefier transmission. Fully independent suspension with Fox shocks, BFGoodrich tires, and a 45-gallon fuel tank make this a serious competitor, and Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus aims to win the Baja 1000 with one.

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