very strange vintage camper ...

jeffryscott

2006 Rally Course Champion: Expedition Trophy
sure looks like it. Can't say it's a safe setup, but nevertheless very cool.
 

Martyn

Supporting Sponsor, Overland Certified OC0018
Very cool.

I'd suggest driving with the camper in front of the vehicle.:)
 

1leglance

2007 Expedition Trophy Champion, Overland Certifie
Did you catch the comment on fuel mileage...
18-20mpg....holy crap look at how fall we have fallen.

That is too cool, I love off the wall ideas no matter if the work or not it is the creativity that is amazing.
 

Redline

Likes to Drive and Ride
I did catch that MPG comment. But even without a trailer the Bug was economical for the day, but not by today's standards.



Did you catch the comment on fuel mileage...
18-20mpg....holy crap look at how fall we have fallen.

That is too cool, I love off the wall ideas no matter if the work or not it is the creativity that is amazing.
 

roscoFJ73

Adventurer
Its a great idea except for that gutter mounted hitch.:Wow1::coffee:

Now if it could be built onto a 4runner or other pick up with a heavier type mounting for the hitch,you would really have something.
You would have all that useable space in the rear of the pick up:sombrero:
 

truck mechanic

Adventurer
I remember when I was a kid seeing a full size chevy car pulling a 5th wheel mounted to the roof, even as a kid I remember thinking (man is that weird ).
Paul
 

Kilroy

Adventurer
I found this rig in the basement of a car museum in Auburn Indiana (there are about 5 museums in town) The cars are for the most part all original.

Thought this camper looked pretty interesting. Picture of inside was through dirty glass (I was already across the barricade to keep out). Thanks to iPhoto to get most of the camper out of the shadow. Little flash on camera wasn't up to task.
 

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