They have one of the biggest RV shows anywhere here in Florida every year. When I first got my Toyhauler, we went to it to get some bits and pieces (they have vendors for that kind of stuff too). Some of the stuff they had on display was pretty amazing!
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Very clever people , both in design and construction , I would also like to know how much it cost , I know from experience , that even when you go down the cheap as rout money runs away on you especially if you start to stray from the original design , which you do when people call round see what you are doing and say "oh I have one of these in my shed would look good over there in that corner " and you start to alter things around and find that you now have to alter this and that to make it fit Grrrrrrr been there done that , and then you get the times when you couldn't find some thing you wanted so buy some thing else instead costing twice as much as you wanted to spend only to find five mins later some smart ???? ex friend says oh I have one of them you could have had , mmmm thinking about it , I think we will stick to the Mk11
It does say that when compacted as they called it that it was still drivable and legal to do so but that is in New Zealand , but as you say it does not look as if it has bean moved for some time parked on a new age travellers site as we call them over here , there used to be one or two sites over here but have not seen any for some time now , but fair play to them there is some clever work gone in to it
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