Given enough time and neglect, all campers will reach a state of disrepair… sometimes the potential for restoration seems dismal. Fortunately that wasn’t the case with this Alaskan.
Once Sportsmobile installed their well-established penthouse pop-top, and Advanced 4×4 worked their drivetrain magic to this Ford Econoline – Reparadise stepped in to turn the empty van into a one-of-a-kind camper.
In the world of perfect combinations, this 1971 GMC and matching-year Alaskan Camper Cab Over gives peanut butter and jelly a run for the money.
Marking the third van completed at Camper Reparadise, this 2nd Gen Mercedes Sprinter 170 conversion features modifications to accommodate the active outdoor lifestyle. With a nod to simplicity, the layout provides a removable queen-size bed, with ample storage underneath and a modular track tie-down system to secure gear for any activity.
A child of the ’90s internet retail boom, Backcountry.com has always focused their efforts on a web presence – not a brick and mortar store front. Aside from their West Valley, Ut. retail store, Backcountry’s kept their physical presence minimal when compared to other specialty retailers like REI. After nearly two decades, Backcountry.com decide to break tradition and hit the road – bringing its brand to the customers.