Discussion in 'Jeep Trailer Tech' started by jpflat2a, Jul 12, 2005.
these look interesting...and pricey
Seen 'em before and yes, very impressive ... and pricey. Although, compared to what other quality manufacturers charge for conventional travel trailers it's probably not bad. I was shocked when finding out that Airstream wanted about $30k for their smallest trailer.
did you see the 2kw diesel heater option offered here ?
don't think my Jeep could pull this trailer
Base model starts at about $4700 imported. I spoke with the US rep about 3 months ago, nice fellow.
Pretty much back to square one with some of the M416 mods. Probably can be done a lot cheaper than $4700. Maybe you found a new business for Boyink. He's got all the ideas covered. Well, him and jpflat2a.
Yup, I saw an ad for them in my latest issue of Camping Life, so I looked at their site.. Very impressive, but pricey...
Holy dog crap! My new 31-footer only ran $16k out the door!
They're a whole lot more expensive today. How long ago did you buy it, that is, assuming you're talking about an Airstream?
Nope, last August. And it was a Jayco with quad bunks, a walk-around queen bed and a slide-out. It was a replacement for the one that we rolled on I-79 on our way to Myrtle Beach last summer.
Even the OLD Airstreams are too pricey for me!
To be opened for sleeping/living in less than 2 minutes
To have quick access to the kitchen for road-side stops when the Kamper remains closed
To have excellent storage throughout the Kamper.
I paid 13.3 for my new Dutchman in Jan.
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