Why should people living in their Wrangler have all the fun? Cory, the "Moody Traveler" shows us how he turned his 2000 XJ Cherokee into his personal living space. With a creative approach and a can-do attitude he captures the spirit of Jeep people everywhere. Check out the video to see his approach to Jeep living. This and a couple other videos of his were made in the second half of 2015. Since then he has upgraded to a 1990 Toyota Warrior Micro RV. While it doesn't have the 4x4 prowess of the XJ it certainly gives him a lot more room for full time living. Watching his project videos is a lot of fun and inspiring for getting started on your own projects. But that's another story. The Moody Traveler's XJ Features:
3.5" Lift Kit
Custom Built Storage Drawers
Custom Food Cooler with Drainage Tube
He's a lot closer in terms of style to the Jake Wettern than Dan Grec, for sure. And there's absolutely nothing wrong the outcome. Everyone has their own style. From the creative home-grown types to aftermarket campers, there's an option for everyone. We really enjoyed Cory's approach to Jeep living and we hope you did too. If so you can follow him on Instagram, Youtube, and Facebook. Tell us you thoughts in the comments!Click to Share!
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