Dub Box Camper

Dub Box Camper

With looks that do more than slightly recall a VW bus, the Dub Box Camper ($22,000) is a proudly retro way to hit the campsite trails this summer. For the price, you get a fully tricked-out, handmade unit with a double bed, a two ring gas burner, a retro-styled fridge, aluminum blinds, a stainless steel sink, a CD/MP3 player with a dedicated port for an iPhone/iPod, your choice of upholstery, flooring cupboards, and a fantastic two-tone paint job. [Scouted by Ryan]

  • Patrol Torpedo Boat

    Traverse the sea on a piece of living history by hopping aboard this Patrol Torpedo Boat ($1 million). One of only 12 remaining WWII PT boats in the world — and the only one licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard for carrying passengers — she's armed (weapons deactivated, of course) with multiple .50-caliber machine gun stations, a cannon, four torpedo tubes, and two depth charge launchers, and also features a triple-ply mahogany hull, modern electronics, radar, and two turbo-charged diesel engines good for 1,100 hp and a top speed of 42 knots. [Scouted by Scott]

  • Jeep Action Camper

    Jeeps may make great off-road vehicles, but for towing things? Not so great. So instead of trying to pull an Airstream behind your Wrangler, why not combine the two and drive the Jeep Action Camper (€40,000; roughly $54,000)? Designed for two-person expeditions and built on the Wrangler Unlimited, the Action Camper offers a pop-up roof, a fiberglass body, a king-size bed, plenty of storage, a mini-kitchen with three-burner stove and refrigerator, a toilet with optional kitchen sink shower, and a fold-up dining area. Basically everything you need, packed in to one rugged, relatively small package.

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