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I think I found my retirement home...
Check it out at my link....wow.
This diffidently beats the 1972 GMC w/ 9.5 overcab Pilgrim camper that I lived out of when I was in Alaska 79-80, mine cost me $2000 back then.
Now that's a bad ass camper!!
Awesome, but dang the price!!
They are incredible up close size-wise. I always eyeball them every time I pass there building on i-25
For half a million dollars I think id stay home and go on dozens of bad ass vacations, including hunts....... it is cool,,, But who's gonna spend $500,000 on one ??
If I had $500,000 to squander it would be on a few good Hummers, not a Ford.
That's one of the most impractical RVs I've ever seen.
I couldn't even change a flat tire on that thing.
I'm with Aspen Ghost. Every morning you have to put everything away to get to your hunting spot and you're limited where it will go.
I much prefer a really nice 22' lightweight bumper pull camper behind a great 4WD truck with an off-road package, with an ATV in the back to get back beyond where the truck won't go and a mountain bike to go beyond that. All that for under $60K.
Oh wait, I already have that rig...
I agree that is a ridiculous price and not worth it. You could buy a 3500 Cummings Duelly and a Heck of a 5th wheel for 150K and have 350 K left to buy some great hunting property or tags and hunt an awful lot of that. Shawn
buncha freakin buzz killas here
If I had the money to blow, better on that than a Bugatti or similar!
Buzzkillas Jordan, all one word ! Gotta get the cadence just right.....BUZZKILLAS !
Buzzkillas! Take your mobile junk and go hunt. :)
I've seen a couple of these in Colorado this summer
Saw a couple GIANT versions down in the Chilean Andes. Tires were like 5' feet tall. Locals told me some rich Germans had a few custom built for adventuring down there.