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Old 10-05-2010, 08:47 AM   #1
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My sister-in-law sent me some pictures she found of this camper. Pretty cool. Let's see if I can get them to show up tho.
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Old 10-05-2010, 08:58 AM   #2
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It took me a bit to figure out but I think the upper section moves up and down. I found the company that makes it: http://www.unicatamericas.com/
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That company uses the biggest fuse switch panel I have ever saw, You would think in a compact enviroment they could make the panel a bit more compact.

That customer takes their Tea time very seriously, look at all the drawer space devoted to tea storage kettles and cups. We have 2 microwavable coffee cups that can fall over with out spilling. Lets see this owner drive that across most of Minnesota while drinking tea in those dainty cups.

Very Very nice European craftsmenship! Imagine what they could do in a 35'-40' Truck conversion box.
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Old 10-06-2010, 12:13 PM   #4
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Wow, now that is impressive! I am seriously humbled....
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Old 11-29-2010, 12:27 PM   #5
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Hi,

Yeah this is one of the very nice Unicats out there. I really dig the Floorplan with the lift Roof.
They are pretty tricked out, with everything all the way up to a Raft with a outboard.
Just price is a little out of aur reach.

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[QUOTE=Bob86ZZ4;26502]My sister-in-law sent me some pictures she found of this camper. Pretty cool. Let's see if I can get them to show up tho.



Tried to fix your picture links, lets see if it worked...

nope, the links back to the picture url has moved

also when posting pictures with this new software you can only post them 4 at a time

it helps too if you put a line between each url link
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I'll put them back up then. I did save the pics to my computer at the time. But I think the originals I had linked to his site maybe. I've been lately saving all my pictures to my picasa site because I want everything saved off site in case my computer gets stolen, broken, or burned up.







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They have some good photographers there, that living room looks bigger than my house living room, real nice Rigs, G
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I LOVE that interior. LOVE it. That is one beautiful design indoors. Contrary to the description, though, looks like a twin screw to me.

So, with those motor and drivetrain specs, could such a rig comfortably sustain 65-70 MPH? I'm sure you could get different configs, though. Thanks for sharing!
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HA HA!! Laughing at myself. Big NEWBIE mistake. I was associating Bob's description of his rig (his sig) with the photo. Sorry, folks!
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