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DIESEL OVERLANDER URBAN TRUCK AND SYSTEM DEVELOPED IN ARIZONA FOR SURVIVAL IN UNCERTAIN TIMES
In 1964, Dick and Jean Goodman were living in Chicago. An Air Force veteran, Dick was a transport pilot and later worked for Shell Oil in the Midwest. After the turmoil in Chicago leading up to the 1964 Presidential election, Dick Goodman had an idea for a survival vehicle. He foresaw a future of unrest and decided to build a vehicle that would be for G.O.O.D (get out of Dodge). In 2020, the vehicle became a reality. After decades of thought, engineering and prototypes, Dick Goodman has completely built a survival vehicle called the Diesel Overlander. The 4WD truck and trailer are engineered for maximum reliability and living area for a family to hunker down in a safe rural place.