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  1. Jim

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    Tonke Camper

    ($45,000 and up for the unit, $80,000 complete vehicle). Tonke Campers are hand-built in Holland the old-fashioned way, by craftspeople. They're blessed with timeless two- and three-berth interiors, inspired by the classic yachts created by Dutch boat builders in the 1920s.
    Gorgeous polished wood fittings provide a pleasing contrast to the teak floors. The sinks are porcelain, and the faucets are chrome. You can specify solid wood doors and enjoy the view through flat, clear glass, not molded or tinted plastic.
    There are two models, the Explorer and the Fieldsleeper, which both meet the Euro IV emissions regulations. For overseas customers, Tonke ships the living unit and the steel platform that supports it. Then you buy a basic Sprinter van chassis at your local Dodge dealer, and you're ready to go.
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    Reminds me of a Gypsy caravan.. timeless .. I wonder if you can have a log burner :thumb:
     
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