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Old 08-17-2006, 02:10 PM   #1
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A mini cooper just might fit inside the garage.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Motorgarage_W0QQitemZ190...QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

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2005 Motorgarage - United Specialties Conversion - 16' Living area w/ 12' Garage area. Unit sleeps 6, includes A/C, fully equipped kitchen, full bath with shower, Slide-Out, leather seats, dinette, TV with VCR and DVD, stereo system, captains chairs, 8Kw Diesel Generator (runs off of main fuel tanks), water heater, 80 gal water capacity, Automatic transmission. 12' Garage area is fully finished (ready for Motorcycle, ATV, Golf Cart, Wave Runners, etc). Includes storage and added electrical, diamond plate flooring, and 8' wide lift gate. Ample storage under and around unit. Unit was used as part of a R& D project at NASCAR races and is "NEW' Need to move to finish R&D project. $108,500 (OBO)

Note: This 2005 United Specialties unit is built on a 1999 Volvo Tractor that had 517,000 miles. The motorgarage conversion has 4320 miles since purchase
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Old 08-19-2006, 11:37 AM   #2
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We love ours, they are well built and the customer service has been great with answering questions. Not a bad price, I would email him a low ball # since he does say OBO
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Old 08-21-2006, 01:49 AM   #3
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It would be a tight fit for a Mini (they are 11 ft. 11 inches in length). They also weigh 2900 lbs. which I suspect would overpower that lift gate. I'm looking for a garage unit to hold a Mini and have been told 13 ft. is required for the garage- some felt 14 ft. better. Almost all responding to my posts and emails agreed dual rear axels were needed. That's what I've been told... the only thing I know first hand is the Mini.
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