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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 14-12-2005, 21:03 Thread Starter
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1 million pound Motorhome

If you won the lottery would you buy this 1 million pound Motorhome?

Check these links
http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_1537344.html?menu=

And the company that builds them…lots of interesting motorhomes

http://www.actionmobil.com/

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Re: 1 million pound Motorhome

[quote="Motorhomersimpson"]If you won the lottery would you buy this 1 million pound Motorhome?

I don't think I would; it's ugly both inside and out. I wouldn't mind paying the same price for fuel that I bet the owner pays though.
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Breathtaking ......

It's quite simple.... I need one
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Now I know why you posted this Rob, it could possibly explain Gerald's absence a while back, he's been shopping for a new motorhome out in the bush.......



Could be headroom problems with this model though

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Grizzly,. I wonder what the sheik would make of that remark I wouldn't go so far as to say it's ugly, unusual maybe, I like anything that is different, I wouldn't spend that money on it though.

Jim, I think you'd have a hell of job getting on sites though don' you think.

peejay...does nothing get past you, nice one

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Jim, I think you'd have a hell of job getting on sites though don' you think.

yeeee haa .. straight over the fence ..no probs
wouldn't you love to see a CC wardens face when you chewed up his grass
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Jim.....is there nothing that is too big for you RV guy's

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Blimey!

ActionMobil? It's "Stalingrad" all over again!

If I owned one of those, I think I'd annexe the Sudetenland too!

Beautifully built and puposeful-looking, aren't they?

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Nope ... big is beautiful ... size does matter

Seriously, wouldn't you just love to try one out in the Ausie outback.. ?
maybe not everyone's idea of a holiday but I'd jump at the chance.
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Its a mans tool, just like a pair of 48" stilly's, loverly
I want one, wouldn't get stuck in the mud at york

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