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Now this is what I'm talking about... pick your flavor. Rugged or luxery.















Or baller status?







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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-18-2007, 02:47 PM
 
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Like the first one. I wonder how many gallons per mile???
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I'll take the 2 upscale models.
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We went with the luxury model and haven't looked back. it's very nice and except for bad as mileage we wouldn't trade it for anything.
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I've never understood the whole RV thing. To each his own
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I've never understood the whole RV thing. To each his own
Enjoy the life on the road.

a mobile home.

a home away from home.
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post #7 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-18-2007, 05:29 PM
 
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i like the first one. Nice, simple, and convenient. The other ones are just too flashy. Although i would like to take my car with me but hey i can always get a tow right?
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I've never understood the whole RV thing. To each his own
hotel costs/kids/comfort if you travel a lot but damn the gas prices have to be killing everyone now but if you can afford one of these gas prices prob aint no big deal they can cost as much as a house I would love one for my fam we stay on the move my kids would def appreciate it and I wouldn't have to stop so much for potty breaks and get banged over the head for crappy hotels
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I'd rather have a summer house... those must cost an a$$load
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hotel costs/kids/comfort if you travel a lot but damn the gas prices have to be killing everyone now but if you can afford one of these gas prices prob aint no big deal they can cost as much as a house I would love one for my fam we stay on the move my kids would def appreciate it and I wouldn't have to stop so much for potty breaks and get banged over the head for crappy hotels
a friend of a friend just bought one of the more upscale versions last year. im sure its no where near top of the line but NICELY equipted. cost around 350k.

most of us on here complain about $400 for a muffler for our bikes. cant imagine having so much $$ i could wipe my butt w/ 20s.

id like to see the prices on the pics.

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350K??? for a big truck with some beds??

one of those things that no one would ever save up to buy...
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a friend of a friend just bought one of the more upscale versions last year. im sure its no where near top of the line but NICELY equipted. cost around 350k.

most of us on here complain about $400 for a muffler for our bikes. cant imagine having so much $$ i could wipe my butt w/ 20s.

id like to see the prices on the pics.
ur right lets see how many bikes can I buy with that
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I'd live in that first one... Hell, I've always thought it would be cool to live on a boat... Only problem is... no garage...
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but will it hold a corvette?
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Like the first one. I wonder how many gallons per mile???
If you buy one, you donot care about miles per gallon
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If you buy one, you donot care about miles per gallon
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If you buy one, you donot care about miles per gallon
Or in this case, gallons per mile.
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Ok call me a redneck, white track, whatever on this one. My friend bought a school bus a few years back and converted it into a motor home, got all the parts from junkyards, yard sales, trash pickup days, whatever he could scrounge up stuff he needed. He has about 6 grand invested with a couch, recliner, bed, fridge, kegerator, tv, dvd, surrond sound, generator, pressure washer, back door turned into a ramp for the bikes, The whole deal. The only thing he doesn't have that a $300,000 dollar motorhome has is probably a bathroom, and some of the little luxery items you really don't need anyways.
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