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Discussion in 'Vehicle & Transportation' started by mrghostwalker, Oct 16, 2010.
Check out what this guy built, it's amazing! He does good work too!
I want one!
I with mdprepper, I want one too!!!! Very nice!
That's some real skills there!
Stumbled across this today. Surely is pretty. I don't think I would want to see what kind of mileage he gets, but I love it
Ran across this one in SoCal Craigslist (not my vehicle!)
2006 stealth bug out camper box truck - $10999 (Orange County)
Four 12v 68w solar panels 5'x 9'
Two new AGM 6v batteries
Exteriour security lights
Insulation 13-18 Rvalue
Deep double sink
Three way fridge (Gas, 12v, mains)
Three burner stove with oven
Oak ply countertops
30 gal fresh water storage
Stocked bugout pantry
Camping gear (sleeping bags, chairs, coolers,ect)
... and lots more
Base vehicle description;
Ford 2006 E-350, Cutaway, SWB Automatic,AC, Radio, WiFi antenna, new tires with warrenty and spare, recent oil and fluids change, reg good till june 2013.
Nice, but looks heavy...
The Gypsy Wagon is a thing of beauty and clearly a labor of love. It is not a bugout vehicle. It is a bugout home.
The white hi-cube van above is totally unremarkable, looks like the vehicles used by a million businesses. While I personally like lifted 4x4's, offroad capability, brush guards, etc. I'd have to say that a white work van is about the ultimate in "urban camouflage," and it should be able to carry quite a bit.