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pnichols

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Posted: 03/01/20 08:36pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Fizz wrote:

Must be nice to afford toys like this.

$590,000 camper van


Huuuuuh ... that's certainly a cheapout compromise of a decent RV toy.

Here's what we should all lust after ... at around $1,700,000 plus options ... this F750-based Earthroamer LV-HD should really be what dreams are made of [emoticon] :
https://earthroamer.com/hd/

* This post was edited 03/01/20 08:43pm by pnichols *


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If you have the cash go for it, looked at Earthroamer only down fall is the Ford is the only chassis, ordered one from Global Expedition Vehicles based on a Frieghtliner chassis, should have by October.


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colliehauler wrote:

I would rather have a nice used Prevost or Newell motorcoach for that kind of coin.


I am with you colliehauler...you could buy 2 or 3 well-maintained used Liberty or Marathon coaches for that $$ if you had trouble deciding on which you liked best [emoticon]

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Carbon fiber to save weight, granite counter tops for??

Agree, those things are super cool, but I have trouble getting past how a built class 5 truck and a Mac daddy TC is 90-95% as functional as the ER for 1/4 the cost. Maybe 1/3 if you went totally overboard.
And for $600k + you don’t get a generator....?


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the Earthroamer is a purpose built off road rv for those that like to camp away from all the other rv{s that could never get to where it can go.
your not going to follow this in your Prevost or Newell motorcoach.
you have to have deep pockets to afford it though there are more expensive ones

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That thing should have no problem getting over the speed bumps at Walmart.

Earth Roamer! HA! try getting service for that anywhere outside of N America.


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