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Thread: Camprite Camper Trailers

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    Default Camprite Camper Trailers

    Hey all, thought id show you guys couple of pics of the camper trailer im contemplating getting..

    i think they look great and they have heaps of room inside also







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    Ozzies do their trailers right. You just sent that to tease us and gloat.
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    Dang, that hurts. You have so many options when it comes to camping trailers.

    I think I'd move to Australia --- I've just not sure I could learn the language...

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    Nice! Love to see some interior shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xj_mike
    Nice! Love to see some interior shots.
    http://www.campritecampers.com.au/

    Safety fast,
    Bill

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    I hate you. That is the trailer we want.
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    Very nice well thought out design, well executed with what looks like good materials.

    Great coil over independent suspension. The Australian off road trailer market is big enough to support this off the shelf suspension.

    The Australians seem to have much more tolerance for the price that has to be paid for well constructed and designed trailers. The larger model has a base price of US$21,023.00 and the smaller trailer $19,717.00.

    Some days I dream of manufacturing in Australia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martyn
    Some days I dream of manufacturing in Australia.
    Sure; you already speak the language.... ....but please don't leave us...
    Safety fast,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martyn
    Very nice well thought out design, well executed with what looks like good materials.

    Great coil over independent suspension. The Australian off road trailer market is big enough to support this off the shelf suspension.

    The Australians seem to have much more tolerance for the price that has to be paid for well constructed and designed trailers. The larger model has a base price of US$21,023.00 and the smaller trailer $19,717.00.

    Some days I dream of manufacturing in Australia.
    Just consider how much more you are appreciated here, hard to put a dollar value on that.
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    That is freakin sweet!

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