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Unique RV – Did you just float by?

January 4th, 2010 · Comments Off

Here is one of the most unique RV’s yet. A cross between an unusual RV and a house boat, this amphibious motorhome by Terrawind. This crazy RV can go directly from land to water, with just the push of a button. Take a look at this unique RV video showcasing the Terrawind:

If the Terrawind is a little bit too unique for your tastes, check out some great motorhomes through the RVingPlanet RV Finder.

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December 24th, 2009 · Comments Off

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Homemade Mini Portable Camping Stove

December 22nd, 2009 · Comments Off

Here is another unique RV accessory for you. This home made “propane” stove allows you to make a camping stove out of every day items like pop cans, coat hangers, sand paper, utility knife blade, thumb tacks, fiberglass, and a bottle of HEET. Take a look at the accompanying unique RV video to see how to make this homemade invention that will make you not even miss your Coleman stove! Sure you probably have a stove in your RV, but you don’t have a campfire talking point like this creative stove will give you. Get crafty and try it out!

Cool Little Miniature Stove!The best video clips are here

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Unusual RV Bus- For World’s Smallest Versions of the World’s Largest Things

December 7th, 2009 · Comments Off

worlds_smallest_things_rvWe think that we have done it this post! We found a unique RV and we give you unique RV vacation ideas all in one place. Cue in the World’s Largest Collection of the World’s Smallest Versions of the World’s Largest Things – Traveling Roadside Attraction and Museum (and yes, that is the real name).

Traveling around the country in an unusually decorated RV bus, Erika Nelson finds the largest things, takes a picture of the largest things, and then makes the smallest replicas of those things. The RV bus also serves as the museum and houses all of the smallest versions of the world’s largest things. What a unique use of a bus and an inventive idea for a one-of-a-kind attraction. Want to take your RV out and explore some of the World’s Largest Things? Here is a World’s Largest Things list.

Make sure to visit this site for more information on the World’s Largest Collection of the World’s Smallest Versions of the World’s Largest Things.

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Tent Camper – Opera House Design

November 23rd, 2009 · Comments Off

Have you ever been camping in Sydney Australia? Me neither, but you can get the feeling of camping in Australia when you buy this unique tent camper that looks like the Sydney Opera House. Created by a Belgian designer, this unusual camper is being marketed as “Your Suite in Nature” and touts style and freedom. See the Opera House Camper website for more information.

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Unique Vintage Travel Trailers

November 10th, 2009 · Comments Off

Some of the original travel trailer designs got pretty creative and some of the travel trailers were even unusual. This vintage travel trailer montage from YouTube showcases all of the funny RVs, crazy RVs, and unique RVs that laid the foundation for the modern travel trailers that we know today. Plus, it is sent to some vintage Johnny Cash music. How could you want more? Well, maybe you want a travel trailer of you own? Check out the selection of travel trailers here.

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RVing- Smiling as you roll along

October 27th, 2009 · Comments Off

When surfing the Internet last week, I came across this unusual RV and it made me smile. How can it not make you smile? If you owned this camper, you would definitely be going down the road with a permanent grin on your face and my guess is every one that you pass would be smiling too. You could be showing the whole world how RVing makes you feel.

Find your own used RV diamond in the rough here.

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Homemade RV – Fifth Wheel

October 15th, 2009 · Comments Off

This video has quite the unique story attached to it. A family with no previous RV-building experience, took a RV frame and built a fifth wheel from the ground up. They take you through step-by-step in the process, showing you where they started and eventually what the fifth wheel looks like in the end:

Pretty neat video and I do believe that this constitutes an unusual RV because most people don’t make their own! If you don’t have time to make a homemade RV, but are looking for a new fifth wheel, check out this fifth wheel RV page.

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Pop-up Camper for your Motorcycle

October 5th, 2009 · Comments Off

When you normally see an RV, it is commonly a larger RV like a Class A Motorhome, truck camper, or pop-up camper that fits on a larger vehicle. The small size and mode of transporting this pop-up camper is what makes it a unique RV. The Evo-Pod mini micro camper is designed to be pulled by your motorcycle or small vehicle, but be transported in a compact size. Then when you are at your campsite, you can open up this unusual RV and it becomes a pretty good sized pop-up camper.

Check out more information on the evo-pod on this website.

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Unique outdoor RV lighting

September 18th, 2009 · Comments Off

Now let’s take a different angle and talk about unique RV accessories. One unique motorhome accessory that we found is the Uniquely RV solar ID light. This light is easy to pack and store in your RV because it all disassembles into a compact bag. It is ideal for RVer’s because it can shine just enough light on your RV campsite and the light can help you personalize your space any where you go, to make your RV campsite feel even more like home. The Uniquely RV solar ID light is even ideal for those who use their RV for tailgating. Check out the Uniquely RV Solar ID light:

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