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Old 03-12-2009, 10:59 PM   #1
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Interesting Use of a Trailer

I know this isn't Sunline related, but I know how much y'all love anything RV related. I spotted this just across from the Marathon, FL airport. I didn't consider it in one of the better neighborhoods (after all, I doubt this would appear in a higher class one anyway), so I wasn't about to get out to take pics, but this is what I was able to get from the car window:







Though we didn't go on the other side, I could see from Hwy 1 that the addition extended almost all the way to the front, much like my 286SR. There was also either a dark colored rock guard or a solar panel that looked like a rock guard across the front. It was in the down position though.

The plate is a Florida plate, but from the street I couldn't see a date anywhere on it. Unfortunately, I don't know Florida plates like I do Michigan.

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Old 03-13-2009, 05:54 AM   #2
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That's great Probably makes a nice guest house. I imagine people who live in the Keys get tired of having guests all the time Actually when my brother and his family came one time we had a full house and they volunteered to stayed in the our popup. When we sold it they were bummed because they liked camping in camp driveway so much and the QUE was too small. I'm anticipating their request to sleep in the Tweety when they come this summer...the kids think camping out is cool.
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Old 03-18-2009, 08:37 PM   #3
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The gross weight on that must be horrendous.
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