Amazing Camping Trailer!

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  1. Janine

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    He's put a lot of thought into that.
     
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    ideal for young couples doing festivals and the like(y) great little trailer.
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    Reminds me of Colin's van at Malvern that fold down to about five foot by five foot..

     
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    I've seen this before, but I agree, it is amazing!
     
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    Great for warm countries but oh boy would it be cold right now. :)
     
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    I would not want it, wine rack's not big enough!
     
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    I notice he doesn't show packing it all up again!!!

    :cooler:
     
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    Excellent but I bet it isn't cheap !
     
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    I wish I had a photograph of this .... Janine and I met this man some years ago at Malvern and I have kept in touch with him ever since .. he is an amazing inventor .. His van isn't cold apparently as because it is so small and the way it is done inside it holds the heat of his body or something like that, and it folds up in about five or ten minutes.

    Steve, Just Looking, may have taken some photos of it .. I will try and contact him and ask him to put them on here out of interest... It isn't as elaborate as the one Janine has posted but it is interesting (and it has a wine rack too) :)
     
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    great for boy scouts out there but not really for our climate? love the awning solar panels...if they work!
     
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    Built specifically for Australian bush camping conditions (where it has plenty of competition) by Australians for Australians. Around £30,000. Outside cooking is OK if you don't mind getting most of your protein from flies. External shower. And toilet? Midge netting only works if you're on the inside by dusk. You definitely would get very cold at night in low temperatures. Solar panels are interesting though. Quite fancy for a culture where people are happy to go camping with just a 4WD and a tent.

    In the UK most of the components would get nicked of course, and I've noticed that for some reason taking a dump in public appears to be frowned on.
     
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