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For more than 40 years, the German company Bimobil has been designing and building some of the most uncompromising adventure vehicles on the market. The latest, the Bimobil EX 435, is built on one of the most durable platforms of all time, the Mercedes-Benz Unimog, which means it’s capable of going just about anywhere. In terms of get up and go, the EX 435 has a 231hp engine with 664 lb-ft of torque, a transmission with more gears than you have fingers, and enough ground clearance to put the suspension through its paces in whatever backwoods stretch of land you plan on camping on. They didn’t skip in terms of luxury survival, either. Inside, you’ll find a cabin complete with bed (that rises up into the ceiling when you’re not using it!), kitchenette, bathroom, shower, closet and enough storage for plenty of supplies and gear. Compared to some of the other expensive campers on the market, the $287,000 price tag that the Bimobil EX 435 carries isn’t even that pricey.

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