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You can keep your freakin’ Winnebago because you’ll struggle to get over that mall curb trying to escape the teeming hordes of post-apocalyptic mad cow disease-ridden zombies. That’s where the Global Expedition Vehicles Patagonia conquers all thanks to its rugged and battle-ready specifications that are more related to big off-roaders than they are to family campers, though the interior appointments may have you thinking otherwise. Using already toughened vehicles like the medium-duty Mercedes-Benz Unimog or Kenworth as the base truck, the Patagonia adds daily livable features like a kitchen, full bathroom, bed, dining table, diesel generator, and even solar power so off-the-grid survival doesn’t seem like survival at all. For a little more coin, you can add heated floors, a sofa, king-size bed, winch, roof box, extra charging batteries, and even an induction stove and a motorcycle lift, just to name a few. The options seem endless, as does the Patagonia’s capabilities for when the shit goes down.

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