Generally speaking an outdoorsy person, goes way off the beaten path to camp/ hike/ explore etc...uses a vehicle for shelter, uses on mild off road areas to get to said remote area....that's how I'd define it.
Drjames wrote:Just wondering if anyone on here considers themselves an "overlander" with their E. Been car camping for a while now but just starting to like the idea of off-road adventure travel with a rig built for it. Slowly making the E as capable as possible ie: camp kitchen,on-board water,sleep system...
Anyone have an overland Escape?
I would LOVE to see this done. If you're on Instagram check out the build by Fozroamer. He's got that whole setup with a kitchen and related stuff. I say go for it!
2011 Escape limited AWD V6 (301A) sterling gray metallic
Hidden hitch tow hitch, OEM all weather floor mats, ESCAPE third brake light overlay, sport appearance headlamps, strut tower brace, Drag Wheels DR-33 rims, Mazda Tribute tail lights
Firestone Destination A/Ts P235/75/R16
Plastidip: smoked tail lights, gloss black shifter bezel, gloss black air vent trim
OEM black moulding (grille, bumper, hatch)
LEDs: front turn signals, front side markers, Morimoto XB LED fog lights, VLEDs V3 Triton Switchbacks
Hopefully some more to come in the future...(suggestions welcome