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When Alex Milan and Mathilde Treille from Lyon, France, decided to take on a two-year road trip of the Americas, they chose to do it in one of the most legendary overland vehicles of all time: a 1996 70 Series Land Cruiser. They cut and stretched the Cruiser to fit a custom aluminum-frame camper built by Milan, who runs a French camper company called Cartech. We caught up with the two of them at Overland Expo West to check out their highly customized rig, complete with abundant storage space for gear, climbing holds to reach the roof, and plenty of stickers.