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Mountain Men stars Martha & Elli Tansy's Ford F-250
Attendees who arrive to SEMA early each morning will always catch last-minute cleaning and detailing of the cars, trucks, and products on display—but some remain proudly filthy, including this beefy Ford F-250. The dirt proves that Mountain Men star Martha Tansy and her daughter actually take this rig off-roading in Alaska, where the laundry list of rugged gear will definitely prove necessary. Highlights not immediately visible include a 37-gallon transfer tank for extended range between fill-ups, a four-link suspension setup from Fabtech with Dirt Logic shocks, and a Husky 5,000-pound Super Brute electric jack for getting unstuck in the farthest reaches of the remotest state in the Union.
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Ford Econoline Van
Pickup trucks and SUVs tend to make the most common foundations for overlanding builds, but a Ford Econoline van equipped with four-wheel drive can serve equally well—while providing more space for sleeping and secure gear storage inside a comfortable cabin. Unfortunately, not every build on display at SEMA arrives with a spec sheet, so some mystery still surrounds this van, which appeared to show off gear from Tuff Stuff Overland, but was actually unaffiliated with the brand.
Still, a closer look revealed dual remote-reservoir Fox shocks up front supporting the added weight of a high-clearance front bumper with winch, a roof rack-mounted tent (despite the spacious interior), awning, and ladder, plus a swingout rear bumper setup. While the wheels might come off as a bit showy—this is SEMA after all—at least the manually locking front hubs match the rims.