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    Default Now this is clever...

    Neat, lightweight and clever.

    http://boredomtherapy.com/hc1-modular-camper/

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    neat!!! a bit fibreglassy, but the retro look is pretty cool too!!!

    you wouldn't want to fart in it though . the pressure increase would rupture your eardrums!!!

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    Always great to see innovative ideas, pushing the industry, modifiers, DIYers and dreamers
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    Excellent!

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    Mal daaroor.......klein, lig en prakties.................sommer 'n bakgat idee.....

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    So where do we put the awning?

    Oh and the inverter and battery?

    Oh and the fridge?

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    Brilliant concept.
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    great idea. wonder if I can put a frontrunner roof rack on the top to load all the stuff that doesnt fit inside......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andz View Post
    great idea. wonder if I can put a frontrunner roof rack on the top to load all the stuff that doesnt fit inside......
    Ja... Then the roof rack can be fitted with a TTT... Then you have an upstairs bedroom and a downstairs lounge..

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    I think that our local version is better by far. The Jetstream has an excellent kitchen, a place for Andrew's battery and inverter and two doors so you don't have to climb over a body to get out at night. http://jetstreamtrailers.co.za/

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    Kom nou ouens, julle gaan die dingtjie over load!!
    Jy sal dalk net die oudjie weegburg toe moet vat voor jy op vakansie gaan.

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    Default JetStream

    Must agree the local Jetstream is much more practical. it also comes with an off road version that can take a tent on the top

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    I see the pic showing the car they tow it with is a Subaru Forester
    Good choice for tow car
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    Forester nutter here so watch out

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