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The Overland Expo West off-road equipment show created a custom GMC Sierra to showcase parts and accessories from more than 20 companies.
The truck is based on the new Sierra AT4X, which features high performance suspension and is powered by a 420 hp 6.2-liter V8.
The pickup had its factory bed removed and replaced with a custom storage tray from MITS and a deployable canopy attached to the roof.
The top features a drawer and side bins, one of which holds a battery-powered Dometic fridge that charges from a roof-mounted solar panel.
There’s also an eight-gallon water tank, Geyser Systems shower, camp kitchen, and laundry tub.
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Mechanical upgrades include a high-mounted Magnaflow exhaust and Viar air compressor to inflate the tires and Firestone Ride-Rite adjustable rear air springs.
Additional equipment includes auxiliary lighting, tent, dry bags and a Forrest Tool Max tool kit complete with an axe.
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The truck is not currently for sale, but later this year it will be auctioned off on Bring a Trailer to raise money for the charity Overland Expo Foundation, which supports efforts to access public lands and their preservation.