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Posted: 01/12/19 09:39am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

https://www.tonke.eu/en/collection/demountable-campers/tonke-fieldsleeper/

Interesting concept, hybrid between a class C and a truck camper- Sprinter cab and chassis with removable house.


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Posted: 01/12/19 10:28am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Certainly looks nice.


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Great idea, I think that it would be more useful if the chassis retained a bed with the camper removed. Having a "class C" and a truck should appeal to many.





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Makes you wonder why we don't build them like that in the USA!


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The Aussie 'caravans' are much, much nicer.


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Novel idea, but evidently they don't have "Skeeters" in Holland, leave those back doors open with no screens near any lake around here and you'd be eaten alive. [emoticon]


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Wonder what the lav looks like. Probably cassette toilet with wet bath.


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Limitations due to size aside the finish work looks very impressive.


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Yeah, but sales brochures always look great. [emoticon]


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Definitely unique and modern/retro looking. I think they're pretty cool and a good option for a TC in Europe where I don't believe there are many TC type campers available.
That said, just by design, I see a big pickup and TC being the more versatile combination. But good creative use of locally available resources. (Sprinter chassis and lumber).


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