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See This Man’s 2010 Conqueror Commander Worth Around $40,000

Dendy Jerrett at Expedition Portal recently put his 2010 Conqueror Commander UEV-490 trailer up for sale.

He’s trying to sell it for $40,000, and while that price might seem steep, these trailers have a lot of features you might enjoy.

See also: Conqueror Australia Makes Some Spectacular Off-Road Camping Trailers. See Their UEV-440 Model Here.

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Just about the only thing showing any sign of wear on this Commander is the awning tops. While they’re a bit damaged from sun exposure, they’re relatively easy and inexpensive to replace. You might even consider using Sunbrella material.

The Conqueror Commander is made in Australia, and Dendy has already gone through the trouble of getting a US title for it.

He says it’s the only 2010 Commander in the United States!

Here’s some more info on Dendy’s trailer,

For Myriad reasons, it has become necessary (regretfully so) to sell our 2010 Conqueror Commander.

This is a 2010 model. I just placed $1200 worth of BF Goodrich tires on the trailer, so she has a grand stance! She has had a step up transformer installed, so all the systems function as if they were 110 based.

It is registered as a 2010 Conqueror Commander. (which adds to the “only one in the US” provenance). It has a legal US title, tags, and insurance. Registration is no problem for a new owner.

Other than that sun damage on the awning cover tops (replacement covers available and affordable- I just haven’t pulled the trigger – but honestly I would probably have a canvas place use UV rated sunbrella material to replace these covers), this trailer has no areas needing forgiveness. I replaced all the decals (the previous owners had removed them all- I had them reproduced locally). I did not put the elephant back on. Just the Conqueror Commander decals.

I have converted the hook up on the electrical for a 7 pin round US and all of that operates as it should. I have installed battery operated LED lights in addition to the National Luna florescent lighting that came on it. Those stay.

I will sell the trailer for (PRICE DROP) $40,000 (90 Liter National Luna not included– will sell seperately). (substantially less than the cost of importing one!) We will be keeping all cutlery and such as we put our own in it as the PO kept the original. (it’s just cheap Target stuff). The only other thing to note: The original cushions for the front drop down tent were not with the trailer, rather two short mattresses that are 6 inches thick and quite comfortable. I will leave them with the trailer.

I keep it washed, waxed and cleaned. I am as OCD as they come, and even vacuum it while we are out camping! 😐

Please let me know if you have any questions. I would also be happy to assist in coordinating shipping.
I can be reached at: nashvillerover (at)

See some photos of Dendy’s unique Conqueror Commander off-road camper.

Dendy pulling the trailer with his Land Rover.

2010 Conqueror Commander off-road trailer

Dendy driving his Land Rover with a Conqueror Commander trailer

New BR Goodrich tires.

New BR Goodrich tires on a Conqueror Commander trailer

Inside Dendy's Commander camper

Outdoor sink area

Outdoor shower on a Conqueror Commander camper

Kitchen area

Rear of the Commander

That’s Dendy’s other Land Rover in front of the Commander.

That's Dendy's other Land Rover

Conqueror trailers are made in Australia and can be difficult to import into the US.

Dendy is asking $40,000 for his camper. This model would retail for a bit over $40,000 USD, and it would cost several thousand more to get it into the States.

If you’re interested, you can contact Dendy here: nashvillerover (at)

More Resources:

Conqueror Australia website
Video about a similar model, the UEV-440

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