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Do you like Crickets while camping?

July 17th, 2012 · Comments Off

Cricket Trailer

Personally, I love the sound of crickets when I am camping. And I love the unique travel trailer that is named after that small creature. The Cricket Trailer is described as “a lightweight pop-up trailer, a covered wagon for the New Frontier.” It is unique and customizable too. If you aren’t looking for the traditional, this could certainly be an option for you.

It is sleek, yet very functional; stowable, yet roomy. It meets the needs of the decreased towing abilities of today’s vehicles with engineered materials. Not to mention that a single roof latch removes all the hassle and trickiness usually associated with set-up for most pop-up campers.

If you can’t find what you want in a light-weight travel trailer via the traditional sources for new or used travel trailers, check out the flexible small environment of the Cricket Trailer.

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Ever thought about the Opera and Camping?

June 15th, 2012 · Comments Off

Okay,  you probably haven’t thought about the opera often while on an RV adventure, but if you were in an Opera RV, I bet you would. The Opera Travel Trailer opens to look a lot like the Sydney Opera House. Now days you would have to look for this as a used travel trailer for sale because the last Opera ran off the production line in March 2012. I can certainly imagine myself enjoying nature in this beautiful RV. The manufacturer describes it as “a comfortable hotel against the backdrop of our favorite natural landscapes.”The lines, finishes and frankly everything about the Opera RV are sleek, modern and very functional. You truly can enjoy the Opera while camping!

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EarthRoamer XV-JP

November 4th, 2011 · Comments Off

Like to go off-roads, but can’t do it in your RV? Well think again. The Earth Roamer XV-JP is the RV for you. It’s the only camper that can go off-roads without flipping on its roof, and that’s due mostly to the fact that it’s based on the Jeep Wranger Rubicon Unlimited platform. In place of the standard Jeep’s two rear doors is a big box containing a bench seat, small kitchen, a toilet and extra storage. It’s not very roomy, but the ‘Loftop’ roof flips opens to increase headroom about nine feet, as well as make room for the queen size bed.  If you do head for the trail though, just make sure your pots and pans are securely stowed. You may not find this RV at your local RV dealership, you can find more information on the EarthRoamer XV-JP by clicking here.


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A Movie Theater In An RV

May 19th, 2011 · Comments Off

Puck Cinema Caravana is the smallest cinema on earth, it’s a movie theater inside a travel trailer. I am sure this is one floorplan you will not be able to find at any local RV dealers.Here is a theater that you would be happy to go see the movie, you are the one that brings the movies and then everyone can choose what they want to see. This mini theater can fit up to 7 people at a time.

Bring your closet friends, some pop and pop corn, and enjoy the show. You will be able to tell all your friends that you went to the smallest cinema on earth. Get more information on the Puck Cinema Caravana

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Hotel on Wheels Unique Motorhome

April 1st, 2010 · Comments Off

Check out this unique motorhome. While I guess that it can also be considered a tour bus or hotel-on-wheels, this Rotel Tours vehicle features 24 seats and 26 capsule size sleeping areas for guests. This motorhome will, however, make you glad that your Class A Motorhome is so spacious. Sleeping areas in this unusual RV measure just six feet long and three feet high! Hope that you aren’t claustrophobic! Still, tour goers cannot beat the convenience of being able to travel to remote locations and continue to have more cushy sleeping accommodations.

Click here for more information on Rotel.

If you want to get your own hotel on wheels, even if you can only afford a used motorhome, you should definitely check into your options.

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Unusual Small Pop-Up Camper- The affordable solution

March 17th, 2010 · Comments Off

This unique pop-up camper might just be perfect for those on a limited budget who want to affordably step up from a regular tent. Called the Quicksilver 6.0, this unusual camper can sleep four people, is light weight, and has a hard top with sky lights. New, this pop up retails for about $5,499 which is less than or comparable to used RVs.

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The Harmony Eco-Friendly RV- Strange, Amphibious, Great

March 1st, 2010 · Comments Off

Check out this unusual RV picture of a concept from an industrial designer named Weili Feng. Named the Harmony, this is an econ-friendly RV that runs on alternative energy including solar power and hydrogen fuel cells. This RV is designed to go from land to sea as well making it an amphibious motorhome. Check out more pictures and information here. While we can’t offer you the Harmony, we can offer these other great RVs for sale.

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Interesting Strange RV- It’s a Boatorhome

February 15th, 2010 · Comments Off

Last month, I came across an interesting post by RV Lifestyle Experts about this strange RV seen in Arizona.

This unique RV is a Highwave Boatorhome which is made in Ontario, Canada and was introduced at the 1996 Miami International Boat Show. Then Ford Econoline Super Van front detaches to reveal the boat that comprises the back of the motorhome. One thing is for sure, this is not your typical used RV for sale! But, it is a cool weird RV just the same.

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Neat Unicat RV Video- Unique RV

February 1st, 2010 · Comments Off

Back in September, we wrote a popular post about the Unicat RV, so we decided to follow that post up with more intriguing information about the Unicat RV. While this might not be your typical RV for Sale, because it retails at close to $600,000, it is still an interesting RV to look at and dream about.

The Unicat RV in the above video is designed to go forward in up to four feet of water and pretty much any weather conditions. The Unicat Expedition Vehicle gets 8 miles to the gallon, so try filling up the twin 120-gallon gas tanks with fuel (if you average 60 mph while driving), and it will cost you approximately $800 to fill the tank. While you might want to look in to more fuel efficient RVs if you are looking to own a motorhome, Unicat is thinking of coming out with a rental program, so it might be a fun splurge to consider renting a Unicat RV at some point. Or, just get into your own smaller version of the Unicat by checking out Used RVs for Sale.

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Phew Are you Tired?- RV Truck Camper

January 18th, 2010 · Comments Off

This might take the cake as far as unique truck campers go. How about a truck camper pulled by a bike? People in some countries where vehicles aren’t as common, can get very inventive with how they transport their goods and possessions. While you probably won’t be buying a unique truck camper like this among other used RVs for sale, it is kind of fun to see how imaginative other RV-lovers can get.

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Unique RV picture found on Woodalls forum from user sstgermain.

One of the drawbacks of this set up might be that you can’t protect it with a RV burglar alarm system because someone can just get on your bike and ride away.

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