Worlds Most Expensive Motorhome

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  1. Chipster

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    Its been posted a few times, but there will be plenty that have not seen it. Wow does describe it well, but the so does Fugly::bigsmile:
     
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    orrible looking bloody thing for 2 mill i would want something more attractive even the interior aint welcoming its more like a showroom
     
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    Yes, but a snip at just£2.............................. Blimey:Eeek:.
     
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    Still prefer the layout in ours
     
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    About 20 years, I used to work for GRP Massey in Leeds. They used to convert (artic) 40' trailers for F1 teams etc.

    Well, they also used to build one each month for the Sultan of Brunei. I went inside once, and it was mind-blowing. Absolutely no expense spared.

    Gold plated taps ? No. Solid gold taps ::bigsmile: Out of this world.


    Cost ? Well, each one cost a cool £1m :Cool:

    Had a load so he could take his wives, family and friends away :Smile:
     
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    Anyone noticed the single wiper on the outside, but the interior shot shows a triple rotary wiper instead.
     
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    More money than sense:ROFLMAO:
     
  10. pappajohn

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    thats because it suffers extremely bad condensation on the inside. :winky::ROFLMAO:
     
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    dont worry....you'll never see one on British roads.

    that front end will not get past safety regulations for pedestrian safety.

    it would break your legs with the bottom bit and your spine with the top bit.
    why do you think steel bullbars are illegal on new vehicles.
     
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    I have had one for some time now--



    In my avatar :thumb:
     
  13. Dawn B

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    Some people have no taste
     
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    But isn't that the point? Anyone with a reasonably large amount of money can buy a top of the range motorhome but it shows that you have a serious bank balance when you are able to throw it away on something that ugly.:Smile:
     
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