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RobertRyan

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Posted: 01/25/21 03:48pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Amazing what is rurning up lately. RV industry in Australia is going ballistic
This was built on an Australian model Kenworth built in Australia Well it is in productuon
Unique new prime mover motorhome sets new standard in luxury touring

A first-of-its-kind mega-luxury motorhome, built on one of the toughest truck bodies in the Australian market and fitted to the standard of a super yacht, has hit the road priced from $878,900 plus on-road costs.

Produced by Queensland-based commercial truck body specialist STG Global, the Kenworth T410-based Dreamliner motorhome "aims to fill a gap in the Australian market for spacious five-star luxury recreational vehicles, with 500 horsepower, capacity for six passengers and the ability to live ‘off grid’," the company said.


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Posted: 01/25/21 03:58pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looks tuff! I like it.


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What? No 'roo bar!

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Nice. [emoticon]
Thanks for posting.

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So...what does something like that cost in Australia? In American dollars?


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We live close to a race track and see several like that pulling stock car trailers every weekend during race season.


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bob213 wrote:

So...what does something like that cost in Australia? In American dollars?
More than I have, in Any dollars.


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bukhrn wrote:

bob213 wrote:

So...what does something like that cost in Australia? In American dollars?
More than I have, in Any dollars.

Dig out your old Monopoly game, you'll be good to go. [emoticon]

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gbopp wrote:

bukhrn wrote:

bob213 wrote:

So...what does something like that cost in Australia? In American dollars?
More than I have, in Any dollars.

Dig out your old Monopoly game, you'll be good to go. [emoticon]


Unless the new version escalated the values, all the money in your monopoly game probably won't be even close to enough.


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Very nice any inside pictures?


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