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Pretty cool if you've got the scratch:

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old Dec 22nd, 19, 10:19 AM
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What happened to touring the parks in America in a Stanley Steamer?
You can call me Rip Van Winkle .
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You'd have to be pretty set for that one. It is basazz.
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Looks like an awesome camping machine I would love to own one. But unfortunately to rich for my bank account, I would love to have a rich friend to borrow it from.
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Sure beats my setup. I'll have to wait until I can find a deal on a used one!
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I'm happy with what I have,my idea of camping isn't really camping to some people.
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Overweight, top-heavy, too long, too wide, yah the recovery bill will be astronomical when it gets stuck.
The only "Off-Road" that thing might be able to handle is unpaved but graded, in summer.

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Cost when completed will still be loose change compared to the OP.
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At these gas prices I want it 100+ octane, leaded, and my windshield washed!
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Too small, we like big campers not over glorified Class Cs or Super Cs.

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Too small, we like big campers not over glorified Class Cs or Super Cs.
Agreed. We have had a 38 Monaco DP for close to two decades. Even it can get cramped.

This RV do s have the option of being able to go where no RV has gone before. I guess the here is a market for it.

As for the price? All RVs are overpriced, and depreciate at an alarming rate. That 1.7 million would become 1.2 million the instant you turn the key.
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Too small, we like big campers not over glorified Class Cs or Super Cs.
Agreed. We have had a 38’ Monaco DP for close to two decades. Even it can get cramped.

This RV do s have the option of being able to go where no RV has gone before. I guess the here is a market for it.

As for the price? All RV’s are overpriced, and depreciate at an alarming rate. That 1.7 million would become 1.2 million the instant you turn the key.

If you can afford 1.7 you don’t can about depreciation, that is only a problem for the rest of the peasants.
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Sure beats my setup. I'll have to wait until I can find a deal on a used one!
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Sure beats my setup. I'll have to wait until I can find a deal on a used one!
I would rather have your set up .
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Whether you're rich or poor, its nice to always have plenty of money.
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NOPE no way no Ford Diesels for me . Cool concept though

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