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Old 11-28-2015, 09:18 PM   #421
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Old 11-29-2015, 02:46 AM   #422
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I'm cheating again. We went into Hollywood tonight and they had a chunk of Hollywood Blvd. closed down for some parade/show. Lots of film production stuff was all around. On a side street, we came across this:

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Old 11-29-2015, 03:09 AM   #423
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I'm cheating again. We went into Hollywood tonight and they had a chunk of Hollywood Blvd. closed down for some parade/show. Lots of film production stuff was all around. On a side street, we came across this:

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Looks to me like a mobile workstation for a film or TV crew. I worked in the oilfields when I was in California, I've seen a lot of them out there. Mobile workstations, there aren't any beds, mostly bathroon, kitchen and office conversions and a lot of eqiupment.
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Old 11-29-2015, 01:19 PM   #424
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I've been eyeing this one on RVtrader. We've been wanting a Super C and this is a beauty. 40000 lb towing capacity, hopefully it could tow a Fiat. Now just need to convince the wife this is the one.
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Old 11-29-2015, 04:21 PM   #425
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Just remember it will be tough to turn with that long a wheel base! And it will have a big back swing when turning..


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Old 11-29-2015, 10:50 PM   #426
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Just remember it will be tough to turn with that long a wheel base! And it will have a big back swing when turning..


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Old 11-29-2015, 10:53 PM   #427
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Old 11-29-2015, 11:16 PM   #428
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I would hate to drive this.
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Old 11-29-2015, 11:19 PM   #429
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This pulled in to Mayberry Campground while we were there. At first we thought it was a politician until we got a better look at it. Complete with matching toad.
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Old 11-30-2015, 02:38 AM   #430
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I can't see how one would ever forget.
In the campground that I'm at right now- they sit a "private security vehicle" just inside of the guard shack. It also just so happens to be the outside of the left turn to where a vast majority of the campers go. Based on the bashed in side and bumper that looks like it was pulled AWAY from the front of the vehicle- we can only surmise that someone's tailswing took it out.
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Old 11-30-2015, 06:59 AM   #431
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This pulled in to Mayberry Campground while we were there. At first we thought it was a politician until we got a better look at it. Complete with matching toad.

That thing is obviously a Dodge. Look at all the smoke behind it. Probably loud too. Lol

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Old 11-30-2015, 12:58 PM   #432
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Saw this beauty parked in a local RV park near a military installation. This is easily the biggest 5th wheel I've ever seen. Triple axels, and at least 50 feet long. Yes, that's the built-in deck option, and yes, that's a 42" TV behind the cover on the wall under the speakers. I stopped to talk to the lady there, and she told me it has TWO bathrooms, and a house-style fridge among its various amenities. She said they are LIVING in it for the next 2 years while stationed at the base.
wow, is that SRW truck towing that thing.....
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Old 11-30-2015, 01:12 PM   #433
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Saw one just like it parked next door at a campground in upper Michigan. I think everybody in the campground came around to look at it. Owned by a young couple, as compared to the wife and I. Got talking with the owner, He pulled it with a 3/4 ton pick up. I opened my yap and mentioned that the truck would be a lot over the GVWR. They had sold their house and were having a building renoed in the small town they lived in and were living in the trailer until the reno was done. He mentioned they were going to Sturgis pulling the 5er with the 3/4 ton. By the time we had left he came over and mentioned that he was going to buy a 1 ton dually he was looking at before going to Sturgis. He said he felt better and so did I. The 1 ton would barely be big enough for that 5er. An HDT would be great for it and I did mention that also. I forgot to mention that his was a toyhauler also.
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Old 12-01-2015, 10:35 AM   #435
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Unless someone stole his pin box.
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Old 12-01-2015, 12:53 PM   #436
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Unless someone stole his pin box.
Probably already happened before picture was taken

Seems like a good idea, but is that removable pin heavy and require two people to unhitch? I doubt if my DW will even want to help me take it off, she might end up dropping it on my foot because it was too heavy for her
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Old 12-07-2015, 07:29 PM   #437
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I also built, towed and owned it. Turned a lot of heads and got lots of questions and discussion. Lots of people took pictures of it, wish someone beat me to the punch here for a good laugh. Was all over southeast/ southcentral PA with it. Setup and tear down was a hassle, and the purpose I built it for got old (Jeep on 42's) so I sold it all and bought the Puma Unleashed. Ditched the Jeep in favor of a mountain bike, TH is getting a custom 8 bike rack!
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LOL I've graduated from my old redneck special. It sure attracted a lot of attention wrapped in rope lights though!



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I also built, towed and owned it. Turned a lot of heads and got lots of questions and discussion. Lots of people took pictures of it, wish someone beat me to the punch here for a good laugh. Was all over southeast/ southcentral PA with it. Setup and tear down was a hassle, and the purpose I built it for got old (Jeep on 42's) so I sold it all and bought the Puma Unleashed. Ditched the Jeep in favor of a mountain bike, TH is getting a custom 8 bike rack!

I like it!!

I tried to convince the DW to let me build one of these... When we had our rock crawler.

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Talk about taking the short bus... Still cool though.
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