Record rain and muddy conditions did not stop the Overland Expo East

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Lance and Michelle recently made the 2,500 mile trip from Bend, Oregon to Asheville, North Carolina for the Overland Expo East. Here is what Lance had to say about the weekend, “The show was great and the organizers did a good job in extremely difficult conditions. Hurricane Joaquin brought life-threatening flooding and muddy conditions all weekend. The conditions were ideal for real buyers to see these vehicles in a real environment. People loved the new FX and many came specifically to see it.  The entry/mudroom was very useful with the muddy grounds and every one could see its functionality. The solar system even in tropical rain was still making electricity.”
Several EarthCruiser owners were present at the Expo. One of them drove across the country and said it felt like a Cadillac on the highways. The Overland Expo happens twice a year in (West) Flagstaff and (East) Asheville.  unnamed (1)
See everyone in Flagstaff next spring!!!

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