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Broadway today .
 
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Just watched a YouTube vid about them and they are an immensely impressive piece of kit , imposing in the flesh .
Euro millions wish list for sure ! 💡👍
 

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All those sort of conversions are so basic inside, I don't see why they can't be rugged go anywhere machines and still have a bit of luxury.
 
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All those sort of conversions are so basic inside, I don't see why they can't be rugged go anywhere machines and still have a bit of luxury.
Have a look on the YouTube videos , they are far from basic , they are as luxurious as your pockets are deep ! 💡

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I can see the logic of these for the unmade roads of Eastern Europe or Africa , but hardly suitable for the lanes of Cornwall !
 

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A Funster had one pat and Neil ?

Went round the world in it, including rolling it somewhere in South America.

Great stories and a pretty decent blog. Jim JockandRita are they still members? Their name escapes me
 
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Great stories and a pretty decent blog. @Jim @JockandRita are they still members? Their name escapes me
Paul, that was Pat4Neil, (Pat & Neil), who are sadly no longer members. 😢

Their blog I believe is called Cloud 9.

Cheers,

Jock. :)

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Broadway today .
Looks like an amazing design
It appears to be a standard 20' container on the back, which means it would be pretty easy to remove the habitation module for repairs or upgrades, or even to another truck base.

I've been inside a few of these vehicles, many may be a bit basic with regard to decoration, but they have all that is needed to be a FLT in.
 

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Looks like an amazing design
It appears to be a standard 20' container on the back, which means it would be pretty easy to remove the habitation module for repairs or upgrades, or even to another truck base.

I've been inside a few of these vehicles, many may be a bit basic with regard to decoration, but they have all that is needed to be a FLT in.
Yep.....the twist locks give it away
 

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Yep.....the twist locks give it away
Yes the 18 and 20 foot bodies can be shipped as containers, the smaller ones will fit inside a standard container, you can order your demountable body and have it shipped anywhere in the world to be mated to a suitable truck chassis.
 
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I can see the logic of these for the unmade roads of Eastern Europe or Africa , but hardly suitable for the lanes of Cornwall !
Haven't you seen the potholes in Cornwall these days? :whistle2:

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When 'Top Deck' were touring Europe and the Far East in Bristol D/D's
Similar things have been touring Oz for the past 50+yrs, the bunks used to be across the coach with an outside entrance flap and always reminded me of a mortuary, as it must have others because, typical Aussie humour, the bunks were nick-named 'coffins'.

God that looks ugly, looks like a double decker has run into the back of a coach!
 

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