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What Class is this?

gbopp
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I was looking at Class A Diesel rigs on Ebay and came across This.

I have no idea what Class it would be considered. I'm not interested in owning it, just curious.
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cbshoestring
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gbopp wrote:
The auction ended. It sold for $11,000. :E


RETRO can get expensive.

I kind of like this one:

Mr_Mark1
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gbopp wrote:
Mr.Mark wrote:
I would call that a C- ... that's just plain ugly. LOL!

MM.

I agree, it's ugly.
But I do like the ones posted by MrWizard. They're cool.

Thanks for the replies. I wasn't sure what it would be called.


I agree, the other RV's posted look much better.

MM.
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rockhillmanor
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What Class is this?


They are called 'Toterhomes'.

I see a lot of these in my travels at the CG's. Usually smaller and freightliners. Haulmark, Renegades are real popular.
There really are quite nice. Google toterhomes for a plethora of pics!

We must be willing to get rid of the life we've planned,
so as to have the life that is waiting for us.

gbopp
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The auction ended. It sold for $11,000. :E

MrWizard
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this is a hitch, its a TOW vehicle
they might or might not have but an ATV in the bed
makes more sense to 'tow the toy hauler' and put more than one toy in the toy hauler


I can explain it to you.
But I Can Not understand it for you !

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45Ricochet
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Class 3. Furd has a better idea :W
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Johno02
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From the size of the chair, it looks like something to haul a BIG person!
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Kayteg1
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My Superduty is registered as RV (although CA has different name for the class) as well, what save me from paying commercial weigh fee, but that does not change the fact that it is a truck.

Naio
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I'm totally digging that green velour upholstery.
3/4 timing in a DIY van conversion. Backroads, mountains, boondocking, sometimes big cities for a change of pace.

YZ
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My class 5 Freightliner Sport Chassis is considered a "motorhome" for insurance purposes. It doesn't have sanitation ...you can plug in a hot plate and carry a cooler. It does have a bed but why would you use any of it with your rig behind you..

In the land of identical, if updated, it would be cool..

Kayteg1
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It is crew cab truck.
I have seen few of those years ago (shorter) but they seem to made the trips to junk yard.
Did like the idea years ago as you could ride in high comfort (for the time) and pull good size trailer.
With SUVs flooding the market the idea kind lost the demand, just like famous El Camino.

RayChez
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All that is, is a toy hauler flat bed. It seems like they carried a dune buggy on that according to the picture painted on the door of the truck.
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gbopp
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Mr.Mark wrote:
I would call that a C- ... that's just plain ugly. LOL!

MM.

I agree, it's ugly.
But I do like the ones posted by MrWizard. They're cool.

Thanks for the replies. I wasn't sure what it would be called.

DrewE
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With neither sanitation, nor cooking, nor (apparently) a permanent AC electrical system, I think this wouldn't get classified as a motorhome in most states, but simply as a plain old truck.

That said, the class A/B/C system is not absolutely perfect, particularly for homemade or custom creations. In as much as the body appears to be added on to a cutaway, I think this would best be described as a class C—as much as anything. (It doesn't look quite like a standard van body grafted onto a longer chassis, due mainly to the lack of wheel wells, but quite possibly it is and the wheel wells are merely filled in with sheet metal or something.)

A school bus conversion is another sort of RV that is somewhat hard to classify. I guess most would put it down as a class A, even though logically it is closer to a really large class B in terms of who built the body structure.