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m37charlie

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Posted: 04/21/09 09:34am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

jdkd123 wrote:

The first thing that comes to my mind it must set records for MPG's. I also love ones ability to see the beautiful remote surroundings with all those panoramic windows. I guess I just smile and say "why"?


Actually my Unimog camper gets 9 mpg and has a top speed of 70 mph. What does your Class C get, let alone a Class A?
And my camper has 7 large windows, 5 openable; average size 750X450mm. The windows in the white MAN aren't visible because the top is down for travelling, smart guy!
Your sarcasm is a bit too obvious, could it be sour grapes?

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somehow I don't think that is what we'll be renting when in Alice Springs


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Jacana Off Road Motorhome


All Terrain Motorhomes

Amesz Motorhomes

All Terrain Warriors


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I have posted on another thread some of the All Terrain Type Motorhomes available in Australia. They are a very much an active subtype in Australia:
Here are some:
All Terrain Warriors
All Terrain Motorhomes
Amesz 4 X 4 Motorhomes
SLR Off Road Motorhomes
Jacana Off Road Motorhome

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went to this site and guess what it said....

http://www.robgray.com/index_files/index_wot.php



NOTE:
Wothahellizat is no longer for sale, this is because it
NO LONGER EXISTS!

Wothahellizat was Australia's largest, weirdest and best-known off-road motorhome. We lived in it for six years and loved just about everything about it, but times have changed and so have our requirements for a motorhome.

Therefore we have decided to build a new body on a shortened chassis.

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well you won't need full service campgrounds for that one

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driveby wrote:

well you won't need full service campgrounds for that one


You don't even need a ROAD for that one!


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lol so true. I've always thought a Prevost/Newell for the "main" MH and an Earthroamer Class C for the day tripper/overnighter/TOAD

Of course the entourage would also include a toyhauler to bring the quads/snowmobiles and a SUV to tow the day boat

one can dream....

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There was one at the Tampa RV show last year. Very impressive, but not really practical. Never going to fit on the average ORV trail.


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Posted: 04/20/09 05:29pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

BTW - In case you didn't notice, it's a Hi-Lo

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