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RoyF

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Posted: 01/26/21 08:54am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I guess that this is a custom job. No manufacturer's name, and the tandem-axle KW truck is huge overkill for that (relatively light) load.

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I guess that this is a custom job. No manufacturer's name, and the tandem-axle KW truck is huge overkill for that (relatively light) load.

Now know it is not . Quite a few things happening with Motorhomes here.

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A shot of the interior and overall view
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This is not a One Off
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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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Reminds me of my old Hallmark, nice rig.


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Then again Motorhomes are different in Australia
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RobertRyan wrote:

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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To me the floorplan and exterior look appear very "American". Similar to the Dynamax, although a cut above in both quality and price. The KW chassis is a premium truck compared with the more middle of the road Freightliner, and the Dynamax uses a lighter duty drivetrain and chassis. Not everyone needs a toyhauler with a GCWR of 80K+, but it would be pretty cool to have one!

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To me the floorplan and exterior look appear very "American". Similar to the Dynamax, although a cut above in both quality and price. The KW chassis is a premium truck compared with the more middle of the road Freightliner, and the Dynamax uses a lighter duty drivetrain and chassis. Not everyone needs a toyhauler with a GCWR of 80K+, but it would be pretty cool to have one

Correct they are making an American SuperC with a much more heavy duty truck. Australian
Kenworths are designed and built in Australia. Models are pretty different to the US KW

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Posted: 01/28/21 10:43pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This is more my style [emoticon]

RobertRyan wrote:

Then again Motorhomes are different in Australia
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Those land yachts seem just a bit too large for really exploring way out there on the far side of beyond. This is more like it, IMHO [emoticon] :
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