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Old 03-06-2008, 10:35 AM   #1
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Class "G" RV

For those of you not familiar with motor homes, there are basically three classes, A, B and C. Here's an example of an entirely new class - built on a garbage truck chassis: Class G motor home
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Wow - it's a split level!
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Man that almost makes me want to become and Rv'er. How cool is that!
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Old 03-06-2008, 10:46 AM   #4
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Uh oh. Wait'll newguy888 gets a load of that thing.
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So, uhm, where's the trash cans or wastebaskets?

And is that an espresso machine mounted on the bulkhead over the sink?!?
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Old 03-06-2008, 01:35 PM   #6
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What a great idea. I want one!
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Get one now and with a few modifications you could be ready for the Dakar rally 2009 in South America in the truck (T4) class.

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Impressive! Wonder how many times they had to steam clean it first to get the smells out??
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And..................if you lose all your retirement bucks in the market, your plan "B" is as close as your driveway.
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That would be a sweet ride for the coming Armageddon. You know stocks falling, housing going bust etc


oop forgot to add 275 dolla oil
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That would be a sweet ride for the coming Armageddon. You know stocks falling, housing going bust etc
Looks tough enough, needs more body armor and scrap metal.

and mad max


you could roof mount a 50-cal.
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Old 03-07-2008, 12:23 AM   #12
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Very cool, but if you're going to go that far, why not a roof mounted garbage bin converted into a hot tub.
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I could actually imagine living in that RV! Love the flooring.
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OMG, I just found my next RV!!! I am going to have to post this on my site!
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Wonder how much one of those tires cost.
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Wonder how much one of those tires cost.
Bet they can't be much worse than the $500 or so per tire cost on a big class A.
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Wonder how much one of those tires cost.
If you have to ask, then you're not gonna be very happy with the gas mileage either...

Maybe it's better to compare fuel & maintenance costs to rent or property taxes.
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