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Thread: Unicat Americas International 7400

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    Default Unicat Americas International 7400

    I took these three photos of the Unicat expedition cabin on an International 7400 4x4 chassis at SEMA in 2006.







    I think this vehicle is for sale. You can see more photos on the Unicat Americas site, http://www.unicatamericas.com/

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    My dream rig is for sale? I believe that is the Amerigo model that i want when i win the lotto someday



    Some pics i snapped in 2007 at a RV show here in Southern Cali









    Yosh looks tiny. Gives you the full perspective of how big the rig is.


    Full album here... http://rides.webshots.com/photo/2567...XD?vhost=rides

    When we looked at it at the show in 2007, its going price was $650k.
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    [QUOTE=adventureduo;632476]My dream rig is for sale?

    Don't forget that your current rig is many peoples dream rig!

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    Do we know (or even dare ask), what kind of fuel mileage that beast gets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spencyg View Post
    Do we know (or even dare ask), what kind of fuel mileage that beast gets?
    The fine print of the description says 8 mpg at 60 mph. I'd guess, though, that if you can afford the $600K to buy it, you can find the money to fill it. Most of us, though, would find the concept of a $750 fillup a challenge. (And if you had one of those pumps that only does $75 at a time . . . )
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    You go inside and hand them your credit card and tell them you're going to buy $450 of fuel and you can pump all in one fell swoop...

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    My Wanderlodge takes 275 gallons of fuel. Got to take out a mortgage to fill it up.

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    Actually, for the size of that rig, 8MPG sounds pretty reasonable. Of course "reasonable" and "I can afford it" are two completely different concepts. Nice to dream about though...

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    Too bad its a automatic...I would make them toss in a "straight 10" and then i would be happy...lol

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