A classic Hummer H1 is converted into a beastly go-anywhere camper with all the necessary creature comforts required for cross-country trips.

Meet the Wolf Rigs Patton, one of the most badass go-anywhere Overlanding campers that built upon the military-grade classic Hummer H1. This might not be the prettiest Overlanding vehicle out there, but you’ll be surprised by the list of amenities packed by the Patton and by the utilization of space. Decked out in an inconspicuous gray paint on the outside, the Patton features an all-aluminum frame and shell, helping to keep the vehicle as light as possible. The rear of the vehicle also has a very military-vehicle-like design with two doors that open up to reveal massive storage space. It is big enough to house all vehicle accessories along with a ladder, a large spare tire, jerrycans, and a propane tank. The vehicle offers 16-inch of ground clearance, while the company says the Patton will be offered with a brand-new Humvee powertrain.

The cabin features three separate levels to maximize the use of space on offer. Right at the back is the residential-size shower that also features the company’s patented hideaway toilet. It disappears into the wall to open up more standing room inside the shower. Placed right above the front seats is the queen size bed that can comfortably accommodate two full-grown humans. The space features ample headroom along with in-ceiling lighting, a skylight, and windows in the loft. The Humvee Overlanding vehicle comes with an L-shaped lounge area at the front with “extra-large seating.” There’s a two-burner stove top on one end and a sink on the other side. It also gets a slide-out fridge and freezer combination along with a slide-out fridge and freezer combination. The classic Hummer H1 being an automotive legend, the Patton is guaranteed to attract attention wherever it goes. There’s no word on the pricing. For more information, you can head over to Wolf Rigs’ official website.

[Wolfrigs Via: Motor1]

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