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BobsYourUncle

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Posted: 10/15/21 09:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

NRALIFR wrote:



Oh well, I’ve always felt that conformity and consensus we’re overrated. [emoticon]

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Absolutely right on!


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burningman wrote:

Kayteg1 wrote:

in the mean time in Texas

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Yeah, absolutely NOT Texas. That’s Black Rock Deaert, Nevada.
At Burning Man.
Mutant Vehicles like that only cruise at 5 MPH on flat level desert. It’s got no COG or payload worries.
You should see mine!


When I don't remember where I saved the above picture from, this is my actual picture form Bolivar in Texas. I did not take the picture of other vehcicles, but they did have something pretty similiar there.
Sounds like burningman participants never go to Texas?

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Yeah, absolutely NOT Texas. That’s Black Rock Deaert, Nevada.
At Burning Man.
Mutant Vehicles like that only cruise at 5 MPH on flat level desert. It’s got no COG or payload worries.
You should see mine!


Ok I will bite, show us your mutant vehicle!


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Here is another one:

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Bedlam wrote:

Here is another one:

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That looks like photoshop.
It might be doable in real World, but not likely

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As they say, beauty is in the eye of the beer-holder [emoticon]

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Pictures of this Frankencamper used to show up on here from time to time. It seemed to grow and change in some way each year. The pictures were always taken in either FL or MN. Must have been a snowbird. I could tell from its earliest pictures that the camper started out as a Lance 1121, just like mine. It’s uh….had a few mods [emoticon]

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That last one.... wow! Must have held a lot of beer for that monstrosity!
Poor F350 looks like it's bending the frame. The body lines to the box don't line up.

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BobsYourUncle wrote:

That last one.... wow! Must have held a lot of beer for that monstrosity!
Poor F350 looks like it's bending the frame. The body lines to the box don't line up.


I saw the last on April 2020 at Coquia Beach on Anna Maria Island, FL. It was so grotesque I didn't even want to take a picture of it.

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Pete, Pete, Pete……

You should learn to embrace and celebrate your inner redneck! It’s there, you know it is. [emoticon]

I love ugly RV’s of all kinds. The uglier the better. They’re like train wrecks, fun to watch, although I don’t necessarily want to be in one. [emoticon]

Hideous is beautiful!

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This obviously isn’t a truck camper, but I have a personal connection to it. It’s the fuselage of an H-3 “Jolly Green” helicopter mounted on a school bus chassis. I ran across it several years back on a website when it was undergoing its “transformation”. It hadn’t been repainted to how it looks now, but in a couple of the pictures I could see it’s tail number clearly. Turns out it’s one I worked on forty years ago when it was still a helicopter. Small world, and it’s definitely ugly.

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I would take the helo camper! Pretty neat to see one you worked on.

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