DinoEvo and the 2010 Abenteuer & Allrad Show

Posted by on June 15, 2012


The DinoEvo website follows the adventures of a German couple who relocated to Vancouver, and then decided to drive south, to Ushuaia, Argentina, in a heavily modified Mitsubishi Delica van. Currently, according to their Flickr page, the couple is in Panama, the seventh country on their itinerary, and the amazing little Delica is still chugging south.

Costa Rica

If you enjoy this sort of thing, and if you’re reading this blog you probably do, you should check out their website, or for the latest information, their Flickr page.


The real prize on the DinoEvo website though, especially for those of us based in the States, is a virtual visit to the 2010 Abenteuer & Allrad Show in Bad Kissingen. This is probably the biggest, baddest, most impressive off-road and expedition camper show in the world. DinoEvo’s gallery is extensive, with over 200 great photos from the show (I only wish it were easier to step through them as a slideshow UPDATE: You can simply use your arrow keys to easily step through the entire gallery!). I’ve included a few below as samples, but definitely visit the site and check out the full gallery.

2 Responses to DinoEvo and the 2010 Abenteuer & Allrad Show

  1. DinoEvo

    Thanks for posting Michael! We are in Colombia by now and exploring a fantastic country. DinoEvo still runs great and we couldn’t be happier with the choice of our overland vehicle. We haven’t had much problems with the l300 but if we need parts they are available everywhere.
    Going through the photo-galleries are easy. Just click on the first photo and than use the arrow keys to go back and forth. I also included a slideshow link now if your prefer it this way.

    Keep on posting cool motorhomes.

    • Michael Wendell

      Thanks for the reply Felix. I’ve updated the post to let people know that it’s easy to browse the gallery on your website!

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