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RobertRyan

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Posted: 07/11/18 02:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

profdant139 wrote:

Robert, is that a dishwasher in that shot of the kitchen??

Yes it is

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Geewizard wrote:

Nice setup.

Robert, the dinette table looks interesting. Their photo of it is too small to see details of how it works and is supported. Do you know?

No I do not. If you look at his site Trailblazers RV, you can see a lot of the other vehicles he builds

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Grit dog wrote:

jplante4 wrote:

The door is on the wrong side lol

So is the steering wheel....

No very much the right side it is RHD

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SidecarFlip wrote:

Very nice. I've always liked the clean 'Euro' look anyway.

He needs to get a foothold in the domestic market.

I especially like the outfit in your third picture, first post. Nice, go anywhere outfit.

Problem is the truck does not exist in the US. It has the capabilties of a Unimog, but not the price

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SidecarFlip wrote:

Very nice. I've always liked the clean 'Euro' look anyway.

I especially like the outfit in your third picture, first post. Nice, go anywhere outfit.


I was in Europe recently and one of the ideas that I liked best was the cabinet over the sink did not have a solid bottom, just a wire drain rack so that you could was dishes and immediately put them in the cabinet.

I still haven't figured out how to use the bidet's that are so common. I am not ready to adopt all of their ideas.

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I was in Germany a couple years back, and happened on a RV show. The RV show was done a little different than what you see over here, but interesting rigs to see.
Love seeing other countries RV’s lot of great ideas everywhere, thanks for posting.
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Groover wrote:

SidecarFlip wrote:

Very nice. I've always liked the clean 'Euro' look anyway.

I especially like the outfit in your third picture, first post. Nice, go anywhere outfit.


I was in Europe recently and one of the ideas that I liked best was the cabinet over the sink did not have a solid bottom, just a wire drain rack so that you could was dishes and immediately put them in the cabinet.

I still haven't figured out how to use the bidet's that are so common. I am not ready to adopt all of their ideas.

That is pretty common here. Let the dishes drain, then quickly wipe them if damp

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Groover wrote:

SidecarFlip wrote:

Very nice. I've always liked the clean 'Euro' look anyway.

I especially like the outfit in your third picture, first post. Nice, go anywhere outfit.


I was in Europe recently and one of the ideas that I liked best was the cabinet over the sink did not have a solid bottom, just a wire drain rack so that you could was dishes and immediately put them in the cabinet.

I still haven't figured out how to use the bidet's that are so common. I am not ready to adopt all of their ideas.


Bidet? I thought it was a drinking fountain in the bathroom. Geez...

BTW I think they're really cool, the campers I mean.

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whazoo wrote:

Groover wrote:

SidecarFlip wrote:

Very nice. I've always liked the clean 'Euro' look anyway.

I especially like the outfit in your third picture, first post. Nice, go anywhere outfit.


I was in Europe recently and one of the ideas that I liked best was the cabinet over the sink did not have a solid bottom, just a wire drain rack so that you could was dishes and immediately put them in the cabinet.

I still haven't figured out how to use the bidet's that are so common. I am not ready to adopt all of their ideas.


Bidet? I thought it was a drinking fountain in the bathroom. Geez...

BTW I think they're really cool, the campers I mean.


I suddenly had this vision of Paul Hogan yelling "It's for washing your bum" out of a hotel window.


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