I wish everybody would understand that! One "facebooker" asked me how many dozen of it he gets for that price! I laughed, but still annoying.Wow. Seems like a heck of a lot of truck for under 100k. Anybody have experience with tile walls?
Great rig. It should sell. Best of health to your girlfriend and a quick recovery after all the surgeries. Your English is excellent!Thanks a lot, not the first set back of my life... I learned to deal with it, not fight it. Someone else will enjoy it for me I'm sure. Take care
Thanks for the good wishes, thank God my girlfriend is doing better, for now. But doctors said she'll need other surgery every year or so. Thanks again!Great rig. It should sell. Best of health to your girlfriend and a quick recovery after all the surgeries. Your English is excellent!
It's probably the equivalent of marine, all birch, no voids, double of layers and glue or more. For example, a 3/4 thick as 12 or 13 layers in it. It is also straighter, moisture resistant and a lot heavier!It looks very well thought out and built. I am unfamiliar with russian plywood is it considered superior to marine or other specialty types? I hope you do another video about how it was constructed
My insurance company insured the truck, camper and also my personal stuff. I was suppose to get a professional evaluation to raise the value but I didn't do it, yet. All company have a different way to look at it, I did many phone calls and chose the one I liked the most.Good luck with your sale and a free bump.
But honestly, for a $100K rig, I am guessing a bank will finance this as a RV? How does insurance work for this, for the VIN lookup on the insurance company's end will show this as a $8,000 work truck or less.
Wow. This is such a ************ rig!!! Really impressive and well thought out. A dream overlanding vehicle
To answer your question rig is 5'7" inside (4x4 ambulance). 6'1" is a great interior height!