Then dont look at some of the offroad trailers that have a rtt lol.Maybe I’m crazy, but spending thousands of dollars on a roof top tent just doesn’t do it for me. I’d rather camp on the ground. Is this specifically meant for areas where there are brown bears, or am I missing something…?
I should note that I also camp a lot for my work, and the idea of this is still just… meh.
I get that. But wishing it was 3500 and it being fair for the market are 2 different things. Also say I had a sewing machine and not a full time job with way too many other projects I could make it for about 2500. At 6000 I could just buy a old 75-91 4x4 Econoline or convert one for the same cost and tow my bronco around with it. Then I could get the 2 door! Now we are talking. I just have to be cool with 9 mpg and $3.50 gas. Eh still cheaper than bottled water.Many clamshell RTTs are $3500+ alone without the extra structural support like a roof rack or cross members.
This allows for standing in the bronco and is a hardtop as well.
while the price is steep, I’d say $5-6k is more fair based on the current market
The kind of overlander that is too good to be a dirty piss in jug vanner like I grew up being.This is a very specific style of over landing and really designed for one or two people.
Ursa Minor is making a pop-top for the bronco!
Could be justification for getting a cloth top, then changing it out for one of these...
with an air mattress...Nice to have the option for those into this usage but $7,250 as the initial estimate plus whatever other customizations they hint at.....dang, its a commitment
Rather have the spontaneous open air top capability and an on the ground pop up tent