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15 Inovated Camper Designs

I thought I posted these in the General RV forum don’t know how they got here, user error I guess.

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That was more interesting that I would have thought. A couple of the camper designs have been around for awhile, but a lot of them I haven't seen.

The one that pivots is different, and I would like to see in person the French mini pod camper that triples in size with slideouts.


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A few were pretty cool, a few were pretty silly, and a few were too impractical to be really useful.


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Lynnmor wrote:

What a useless collection of junk!


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I've always like the idea of a 'Picnic Basket' on wheels.
Sometimes all you want is a bedroom for that cross country trip to Grandma's. Pull over for a noon picnic and later for a cheap sleep or a quick nap.

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Fizz wrote:

I've always like the idea of a 'Picnic Basket' on wheels.
Sometimes all you want is a bedroom for that cross country trip to Grandma's. Pull over for a noon picnic and later for a cheap sleep or a quick nap.

Teardrop TT's are perfect for that situation.


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Well I don't have the bandwidth while on the road to watch youtube videos.

The most innovative design I've seen recently was a little over a year ago at Valley of Fires State Park near Las Vegas.

It was a European Class A - about 33 feet long which had a garage for a Smart Car in the back. The bed was raised up in the rear and the car fit under it.

A diesel Class A with a toad, but not towed behind the rig. The front, kitchen and bath were similar to other Class A's in that size range. Just the elevated bed was the only thing different. No slides though.


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I like numbers 10 , 7 , 5 , and 2. I could see how some people would like number 1.

The rest don't appeal to me and some of them are not very realistic.

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