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RobertRyan

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Posted: 10/07/21 02:16pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I tweeted these images about Australian Class C's and got likes to my surprise from Lazydays in the US
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Posted: 10/07/21 02:36pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Right hand drive, perchance? Looks more like a class A to me.
Also, what did you do with the cucumbers?


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Yes, looks like a Class A from the few original post pictures.

BTW, absolutely enjoyed our driving trip around eastern Australia in 2019. Arrive Cairns. Back from Adelaide. 7,500+ KM. Hello airbnb's!

GREAT country.

Yes, we rented a "patriotic" car-- Subaru OUTBACK!


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MDKMDK wrote:

Right hand drive, perchance? Looks more like a class A to me.
Also, what did you do with the cucumbers?

A lot of their Class C's look like US Class A's inside RHD for everyone here

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wolfe10 wrote:

Yes, looks like a Class A from the few original post pictures.

BTW, absolutely enjoyed our driving trip around eastern Australia in 2019. Arrive Cairns. Back from Adelaide. 7,500+ KM. Hello airbnb's!

GREAT country.

Yes, we rented a "patriotic" car-- Subaru OUTBACK!

RV industry is booming in Australia Covid is a great motivaror, eventually be able to travel around the while country

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RobertRyan wrote:

MDKMDK wrote:

Right hand drive, perchance? Looks more like a class A to me.
Also, what did you do with the cucumbers?

A lot of their Class C's look like US Class A's inside RHD for everyone here


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RobertRyan wrote:

wolfe10 wrote:

Yes, looks like a Class A from the few original post pictures.

BTW, absolutely enjoyed our driving trip around eastern Australia in 2019. Arrive Cairns. Back from Adelaide. 7,500+ KM. Hello airbnb's!

GREAT country.

Yes, we rented a "patriotic" car-- Subaru OUTBACK!

RV industry is booming in Australia Covid is a great motivaror, eventually be able to travel around the while country


Same here. Used selling for over MSRP in some cases due to demand.

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Without digging into the technical aspects, I'll say even though it does look like a Class A, I like it and I could even get used to the left side entry, but at my age the RHD is out of the question, I'd have it wrecked the first day and endanger everyone else on the road. I guess you can't teach every old dog new tricks.


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Here is the interior of their Navian based on a IVECO Daily
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bukhrn wrote:

Without digging into the technical aspects, I'll say even though it does look like a Class A, I like it and I could even get used to the left side entry, but at my age the RHD is out of the question, I'd have it wrecked the first day and endanger everyone else on the road. I guess you can't teach every old dog new tricks.

Not intended for the US primarily for Australia although g they also sell in New Zealand

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