A brief history lesson: Back in 1934, the Bowlus Chief Chief made its debut and not long thereafter introduced luxury living on the go. It is, as they say now, the original silver bullet. 85 years on, that hasn’t changed much, but the trailer needs a tune-up. And a tune it has received.

The Bowlus Road Chief Endless Highways Camper charts a cathartic return with modern upgrades in tow. This Endless Highway model features a 26-foot exterior that almost looks unchanged. It sports the same aluminum shell, the original care of aircraft engineer Hawley Bowlus.

Come inside and you’ll find an interior finished with wood walls and ceilings. It’s got a master bedroom as well, complete with a king-size bed. There’s an en suite teak and chrome bathroom, a four-person dining space, and a kitchen. There’s even a sofa and armchair that you can convert into twin beds.

For extra comfort, the camper trailer also comes with heated floors, a cellular booster, and even a private network. Continuous hot water is available, which could be a godsend especially if you’re traveling to high-temperature locations. Charging stations are also available just in case you need to re-juice your selfie shooters. It’s all powered by lithium-ion phosphate systems. That means you can stay off the grid for days at a time and not have to worry about losing power or the means to survive and brave the backcountry.

Unfortunately, this doesn’t come cheap. The Endless Highways starts at $185,000, with financing available for as low as $942 a month. Hit the link below to find out more.


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