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Old 01-05-2003, 04:45 PM   #1
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Exclamation Project for much ' Better men' than I.

Here is a nice little weekend project for a few of our fine and omnipotent moderators perhaps, to fill a bit of their idle time.
Proving if nothing else that where there is a will there is a ....

Not advised for mere mortals or other un-gods i.e.(common travel trailer trash or random commune proletariat ) besides "it's a motorhome thing".

Kinda makes losing a nut in your door hinge insignificant.


The motorhome for the close family.

http://www.wanderlust.net/Stories/Un...on/story3.html



http://www.wanderlust.net/Stories/Un...on/story2.html
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Old 01-05-2003, 06:32 PM   #2
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great for hunting rhino! Imagine what he could have had if he bought something a bit more conventional, but then again...
it just wouldn't go where this one would.
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Thumbs up Great story~!

HEX,

Thanks for the great story..


I'd like to share one with you and , the members of the forum. This is a project that would be worthy of any TEXAN~!
Just be prepared for the WORLD MEANEST/LARGEST RV`!!

http://www.robgray.com/motorhomes/
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Those are absolutely amazing. I would love to see the interior photos. Just confirms that motorhomers are generally wacko, just as I thought
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Lightbulb Good Points~

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IF you go to the homepage, click on the link "WOTHAHELLIZAT", under the picture. Then click on the "photograpic synopsis". You'll then be able to see all of the interior, as well the building process.
I don't believe this rig could be driven leagally in the USA..
It's too BIG~!~
But, I'd sure love to see it~!
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