Brand new. I bought it to attached my Fox Wing to an Oztent RV-3, but then I chose to not buy the RV-3.
EXPO PRICE OF $20, PLUS SHIPPING.
More info: http://www.oztent.com/oztent-accessories/oztent-awning-connector#.Uxx81-ddWG8
It's also on eBay. Find it here with a pic...
Great to hear from you! I hope you and Selene are well. Glad to hear you like the fridge. It's a nice one, for sure.
You're still holding a raincheck for an adventure south of the border, brah! Emily and I are thinking our next one will be a three-week Baja / Barrancas del Cobre...
Deserves to be at the top.
This truck inspired what I would guess to be, literally, thousands of builds. First there was BajaTaco, and then there was this.
The next loving owner is out there. Best of luck!
Great thread! Thanks so much for taking the time to document so thoroughly. Great writing, to boot!
Makes me curious if a 4.88 fully-locked Hundy on 315s with lots of armor could do it. Width is my concern...
Would I be the first? :victory:
Spresso and Bill,
My Hundy tips the scale at about 7800lbs loaded. Based on what I'm hearing from you two, the ATIIs just don't like that sort of weight.
Bottom line, would you buy them again?
Super advice, mapper. You've inspired me to keep and adapt my Coleman. Thanks!
Curious what form of fuel is easiest to find in South America? I read from a lot of people that it's propane, but here I see liquid fuel in use. Coen?
I am considering upgrading from the white gas stove you show in this photo (which has served me well for 10+ years) to a propane model. Primarily, this is for speed and convenience.
What is has your experience been finding fuel for your stove while traveling, and what, if any...
I bought Christo Slee's personal Land Cruiser (LX470) for this very reason. Not too many people have the skills it takes to build to this level. When the chance comes around to buy one, jump on it. I did, and after fifteen years of researching and tinkering on other trucks, I don't...
That's a pretty cool idea! It would be hinged so as to simply flip back in when done, eh? I think that sort of thing would sell like hotcakes to RTT owners.
Me? I like mine the way it is. Nice shower mat, nice little table, and nice front porch. Bonus: it looks good with the wooden...