The Bowler EXR-S is an amazing bug-out vehicle

I don’t like puffed up four wheel drives. They’re ungainly, ugly, the driving feel is like general anaesthetic, and most of all Mums love them. Mums love four wheel drives for the large body size, which gives the Mum a feeling of safety. Unfortunately, that feeling of safety translates into Mums letting their four wheel drives do what they feel like at 60km/h while they check out important facebook updates. Only the slight swaying of the cabin would give away the fact that her drive has ended in a kindergarten crafts room.
Bowler EXR Rally Car
/rant – check out a four wheel drive that I do like. Bowler must have made this knowing that everyone needs a bug out vehicle that’s faster to 100km/h than a 90’s Ferrari. It is a little bit expensive, but you know how it goes. In survival situations, the poor make do right before they’re run over by the rich. And I guess, given this Bowler is based on a Land Rover, we also have to assume that the electrics are going to hold up while the world melts down.
  • 5.0ltr V8 Supercharged Land Rover Engine with Bowler engine re-map (550bhp/625Nm)
  • 0 – 100km in 4.2 seconds
  • Top speed electronically limited to 250km/h
  • 6 Speed Automatic with paddle shift
  • E Control rear differential and transfer box
  • Hi-Lo range gear selection
  • 50/50 Permanent 4WD
  • Double wishbone independent front and rear
  • Bespoke Bilstein dampers with Eibach progressive springs
  • 285mm suspension travel
  • Front – 360mm discs with 6 piston Brembo calipers
  • Rear – 340mm discs with 4 piston Brembo calipers
  • 22″ with 305/35 R22 Cooper tyres


  • Composite body painted in one of 12 standard colours
  • Hydroformed chassis with integrated FIA approved roll cage
Exterior Equipment
  • Bi-Xenon auto leveling headlamps
  • Front and rear heated screens
  • Heated door mirrors with electrical adjustment
  • Central door locking
Interior Equipment
  • 2 seats – racing specification with 3 point seat belts
  • Passive Keyless Ignition
  • Dual climate control
  • Useable rear load bed with storage
  • Polycarbonate windows with sliding hatch
  • Pioneer DEH-8400BT CD tuner with bluetooth, IPod/IPhone control
  • Pioneer TS-E 6 – speaker system
  • 2 x 12V accessory sockets
  • Interior courtesy lamp and integral map lights
  • Auto dimming rear view mirror
  • Electric park brake with drive away release
  • Carbon door cards
  • Rally dash with competition detailing

TOTAL PRICE £155,000.00 / USD$223000 / AUD$300000 / EUR200000

Bowler EXR Rally Car

  • 6 Point racing harness
  • Donerre competition dampers with remote reservoirs
  • Full internal roll cage with door bars and harness supports
  • Bespoke paint colours
  • Rally intercoms
  • Auto hydraulic jack
  • 20″ wheels with 255/40 R20 tyres (on/off road)
  • 18″ wheels with 255/55 R18 tyres (off road)


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How to make fire from a battery

Youtuber boggycreekbeast teaches how to use batteries to make fire. If you’re in trouble and considering your options, there’s no such thing as knowing too many ways of making fire. Unless you’re in trouble in a petroleum refinery. Then you might want to consider a way out that involves as little fire as possible.

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