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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Jurgen, Mar 2, 2010.
Colorado based Teal Campers has a modular, sub 1000 lb unit. I missed the RV show last weekend, shoulda gone to check it out. Modular, can be off loaded to make a shelter for those times when you find a fishin' hole you just don't want to leave. Empty, you can haul yer bike or quad.
Hummm I thought I remembered reading earlier in this thread that the company that made those went under. Will dig a bit to see if I can find it.
Found it....wonder if they are back up and running again??
There's a post in PUAC with a link to Teal Campers. When I opened it there was a quote from the owner dated in 2013.
Edit2: That quote is dated 2/15/13
Did the order today. Should have it in mid-April. Actually changed my mind and went with the kitchen included. The space it takes isn't that bad, and it'll be much easier to sell that way down the road.
Yeah, this one supposedly will be 3600ish. We shall see. But you're right, it's going to be all over that 5k number with stuff in it. *sigh*
I agree with the resale aspect. The one I bought sat for 2 1/2 years because it didn't have all the bells and whistles. But that's why I got it at the price I did. I'll be slowly installing what I need. You'll like it. I'm happy with mine so far.
These Livin Lites are selling like hotcakes, apparently. Supposedly if you order now you're at a three month wait and probably more. Some major dealer just ordered 160 units and anything submitted now is after that.
Or my dealer lied to close the deal fast. But I've been dragging my feet for too long and was completely ready to get this thing ordered today anyway, so doesn't matter to me. They don't seem like the type to lie, but...
info and pics on the westy?
I don't want to distract from this thread, but here is a post from a few years back with some pics. The van has all of the goodies (heater, class 3 frame mounted hitch, awning, carpets, wheels, airbags, inverter, 2nd battery, Euro H4's, interior lights, etc.) It has been garaged its whole life and still has the original undercoating. It needs a cleaning and a couple of small things fixed (rear door struts, driver's window switch needs cleaning, maybe a couple other small things I'll find when I clean it). Synthetic in the tranny and engine for the last 45K miles. I'll cry when it goes. It's given my wife and I (and subsequently our kids) unmatched travels in the west. We have a map with pins all over it marking our travels. After I clean and shine it I'll be asking low 20's.
Before you sign the check on your new VRV... check out what I found today...
HA, there's my old Pilot! :) Oh the memories of warm weather and the pumpkin patch
This has potential...
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:eek1 :eek1 :eek1
once again....I don't trust other builders.....I'm doin' my own!!
There is something to be said about step-through campers!
Some neat ideas...
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thats what this thread is about
any interior pics?
There have been some great family conversations
In a 7' x 10' space
Imagine renting a 70sqft room anywhere
And having a grand time
That is neat, but from what I gather the starting price is $12k USD. :eek1
Also, while it is nice to have something that folds down like that, I didn't see too much about how much you can put inside when folded down, or how accessible the inside is when folded down. In short, would it only be useful when folded up? Or could you use it as a canopy shell when folded down.
Also, I didn't see if it was available in different sizes - like for the 6+ foot bed on my Toyota vs. a full sized bed. The website didn't have much info.