Spotted at Dorset. Atki pulling a powder tank camper conversion.
The top hatches were skylights and it was wood panelled like a barrel, it was suprisingly light/spacious inside. Much nicer than last time I was inside one in a boiler suit and dust mask....
I spent a fair while oggling that! It's aprettybit of kit, and if I understood the blurb right, still in the ownership of the company that ran it from new. I reckon it's pretty much the most perfect camper i've seen so far
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The big one reminds me of a custom built one I saw and toured in Prince Edward Island in the early 1980’s. It was built by an acquaintance of a family friend. He owned a factory that made potato harvesting equipment. Still in business. Allan Harvesting…something. Anyhow, his had 7 axles, 3 front and 4 rear, 45 feet long, front drive! to all 3 axles, which all steered. 900 cube rear diesel from a bus, king bed over top, washroom in front of that with full tub, kitchen and living in front of that, with a corner waterfall IIRC, then step down in front of the axles to driver compartment. Corvette seats. Roof had 2 step ups – 1 behind driver area and another around washroom area. Unbelievable machine to let a 14 yr old run around in!. He said he hardly ever left the Island with it. Cost too much to take it on the ferries. Should be some pics somewhere on the internet maybe if anyone has time to look.