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beekay

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not sure if any of you have seen this. just got passed an email from some family and wanted to share it.  top shelf desert driver here!

bk
 

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Shayne

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Seen this before on the Travel Channel;? ?Seems it might be a? little of the rough ride? tho.
 

scottydl

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Jul 1, 2006
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Land of Lincoln
It's an ATRV!  (All-Terrain Recreational Vehicle)  Very interesting way to combine vehicle types.  You can camp in it, or have it dropped by helicopter into Iraq for some desert warfare!  :eek:  ;)
 

On The Road Again

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Everett, Washington
Hm, wheres the slide outs? For us older people, how would you like to get out of bed in the middle of the night to find the "head" . Do love the storage. Has to be built for the young, not the young at heart. *smile*
 

Kenneth

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Nov 21, 2005
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I would like to see it from the outside with the roof raised. Instead of a slide out it has a slide up ! First class rig IMHO.
 

ArdraF

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We saw something like this in our travels a year or two ago.  Seems to me it was called a UMOG or something similar.  It had European license plates.  Interesting interior.  Glad you got some interior shots to share with us.

ArdraF

 
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