Making its debut in 1934, the Bowlus Road Chief was the original silver bullet. Now, 85 years later, the travel trailer returns with some modern upgrades in the Endless Highway model. Its 26-foot exterior looks almost unchanged, sporting a similar aluminum shell that was created by aircraft engineer Hawley Bowlus. The interior is finished with wood walls and ceilings and features a master bedroom with king-size bed, an ensuite teak and chrome bathroom, dining for four, kitchen, and a sofa and armchair that convert into two twin beds. For added comfort while on the road, the camper also comes with heated floors, a cellular booster, a private wifi network, continuous hot water, and charging stations. It's all powered by a lithium iron phosphate systems, allowing you to stay off-grid for a full week adventure.