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Trailers, Toyhaulers and Motorhomes / Re: toyhaler ww
« Last post by dsrace on January 15, 2018, 09:24:55 AM »
$69k on sale new but $109k msrp. kind of funny how they do that on paper for financing lol but i hear ya! i was looking at a few used class 8's....300k miles in good shape for $18k with a sleeper.  but $69k is a lot for 2 or 3 times a year lol and that won't fit my rail! the patio door has to come out along with fireplace and entertainment center in bed room then 13'6" garage!  i asked the rep if they could add 2' overall and add that to the garage, remove the bed , its slide, patio door and tv/fireplace stand if one oredered new.....he called back and said nope they won't do it.
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Trailers, Toyhaulers and Motorhomes / Re: toyhaler ww
« Last post by fabr on January 15, 2018, 07:44:29 AM »
No fricken way. If I'm going to spend way,way,way  north of $100K not counting the new class 8  $$$$$$$ that would be needed to pull it since some old used thing would just be too redneck . WTH,what's a million+ for a baller ?  LMAO I'll just buy a house at the dunes and travel would have me staying at the finest 5 star hotels/motels for a lot less money AND be waited on hand and foot! . You know as well as I do that all travel trailers are built like crap and would only depreciate(fall apart) to nothing very quickly. I will say that if I won a $$$$$$$$$$lotto or had a very rich relative leave me many,many,many millions I might buy it tho just to have baller bragging rights. ;) ;D ;D That thing would look right at home at Dueces. :m
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Trailers, Toyhaulers and Motorhomes / Re: toyhaler ww
« Last post by dsrace on January 14, 2018, 10:13:38 AM »
this one is still my favorite! maybe someday when i buy a class 8 semi to pull it lol

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Trailers, Toyhaulers and Motorhomes / Re: toyhaler ww
« Last post by dsrace on January 14, 2018, 10:07:50 AM »
ya i did right after i posted it but too late lol ;) ;D
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Trailers, Toyhaulers and Motorhomes / Re: toyhaler ww
« Last post by fabr on January 07, 2018, 10:39:07 AM »
or because people are pulling them with suv's also i see ther built in indiana now so prob just laid out better and better finishings in side but standard rv quality all around.
Ummmm,nope,think about that.
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Trailers, Toyhaulers and Motorhomes / Re: toyhaler ww
« Last post by dsrace on January 07, 2018, 09:47:34 AM »
or because people are pulling them with suv's also i see ther built in indiana now so prob just laid out better and better finishings in side but standard rv quality all around.
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Trailers, Toyhaulers and Motorhomes / Re: toyhaler ww
« Last post by dsrace on January 07, 2018, 09:35:53 AM »
i know these are now in production but this concept was drawn up waaay back when .....i saw a pic on there web site about 10 years ago.   

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Trailers, Toyhaulers and Motorhomes / Re: toyhaler ww
« Last post by dsrace on January 07, 2018, 09:29:10 AM »
good question and on the bumper pull model they could've and put a bed up there. you would've crawled into it sort of but the step would've been right at the foot of the bed. interesting design but that fiver extended nose is one i always liked as well. maybe ww didn't on the bumper drag so it wouldn't hit anything in the bed of the truck???
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Trailers, Toyhaulers and Motorhomes / Re: toyhaler ww
« Last post by fabr on January 07, 2018, 08:38:52 AM »
I wonder why WW didn't extend the nose further yet.
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Trailers, Toyhaulers and Motorhomes / Re: toyhaler ww
« Last post by dsrace on January 07, 2018, 08:36:30 AM »
https://images.rvwholesalers.com/inventory/5512/lg/01.jpg


this was a canadian company i think and also out of business but also like the concept. i think it would help cut wind plus make a nice big closet!
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