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Articulated van
« on: January 09, 2011, 10:01:09 PM »
So I have an 87 E350 diesel van.  I think it was a cargo van that has been carpeted professionally inside.  It's pretty nice.  I am currently looking at getting a travel trailer to tow behind it.  A friend and I have this idea to make it like an articulated bus and connect the trailer to the van via a swiveling platform above the hitch with an accordion connection around it and be able to walk between.  Anyone ever seen anything like this done or have any good diagrams of how buses do it?  Most of you will probably think its a horrible idea but just humor me.  I wont sue you if I crash and die in it lol.  Rope bridge?
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Re: Articulated van
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2011, 11:24:29 PM »
I worked for a tour company in Fairbanks Alaska that had 18 of them. They were built by Prevost. Model H5-60. There were only about 30 or 40 of them built.

While I worked at the tour company we had one man from Texas that stopped by with his H5-60 that he had converted into a motor home. He heard we had some and stopped by for parts.
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