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Old 03-20-2011, 09:36 PM   #1
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This is what I'm talking about guys, the steel and aluminum and a old truck would cost ya 18K

ya gotta shop before you start on your own project...

Toterhome Semi trailer puller GM / Caterpillar

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Old 03-21-2011, 01:58 AM   #2
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Good find Blizz. Definitely the best example I've seen in the price range, and I have been looking. 29 years old, but looking well preserved. I did take your advice and peruse Race, performance & street cars, engines, engine parts, trailers for sale again, and there are a few gems on there. Here are some examples:

2000 United Express Toterhome For Sale

2000 FL70 Toterhome For Sale

1999 NRC FL70 14' Toter Home/AUTOSHIFT For Sale

F650 Toter excellent cond trades For Sale

GMC Toter Cat with Generator For Sale

international toter For Sale

And Blizz- this one is just for you. I think if you knock off the air conditioner this one might actually fit in your garage:

INTERNATIONAL TOTER WITH 20' LIVING BOX For Sale

Looks like he copied rumrunner, must have read your build thread!

Those first few in the $40,000 range would have been $75-80,000 3 years ago, and then there is a whole batch of more budget minded units. And I was only looking at toters, not necessarily motor homes or garage units.

Maybe if I can save up the 40 grand before my next trip to Elkhart I might just take your advice...
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United Specialties was a high quality builder, until they went out of business.
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