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|Doomsday RV - $500,000 Motorhome|
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|Mulletman||Nov 19 2012, 08:08 AM Post #1|
Most people probably wouldn't want to live in a garbage truck, but then again most garbage trucks don't have the amenities this one does.
Unicat Amerigo - which bills its models as the 'ultimate family Expedition Vehicle' - are so huge that despite being built as exploration vehicles they're often mistaken for garbage trucks in photos.
The vehicles are so rugged they were chosen by Jalopnik as one of the best places you could ride out a zombie apocalypse.
For that $500,000 you get, depending on the model, a 2,000-mile range and enough supplies to keep people alive for months if need be.
The vehicles feature beds, a shower, desk space, a kitchen, and a 110-gallon freshwater tank. There's also a watermaker that can decontaminate water to make it drinkable if you get stuck in a truly bad situation.
And if it is the end of the world, be glad to know there's room for a first-aide kit, solar panels, and a motorbike rack in case you need to make a clean getaway.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2234940/Now-thats-mobile-home-Inside-500-000-expedition-vehicles-solar-panels-2-000-mile-gas-tank-shame-looks-like-garbage-truck.html#ixzz2CfpIE9DM
|Anonymous Coward||Nov 19 2012, 09:42 AM Post #2|
|I dont really have an extra 500K laying around to buy one.|
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