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Old 03-19-2014, 09:30 AM   #1
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1973 ROXOR 4x4 motorhome

No affiliation... just bumped into it while surfing craigs list...


1973 ROXOR 4x4 motorhome ALL TEMPERED ALLUMINUM 3500 Dually Dodge W300 - $54000 (Long Beach)

http://losangeles.craigslist.org/lgb/ct ... 04013.html

See the zombi killing motor home up close and personal on from the Travel Channel's Rock My RV with Bret Michaels on Amazon.com. Zombie killer motorhome.

27,000 Original Miles On The Mechanicals:
Dana 70 front and real axels. 4:88 Gears
NP205 transfer case.
727 Transmission
Massive Warm Hubs
Commercial 360 V8 engine with factory headers, Holley intake and carb, electronic ignition.
The body is composed of tempered, square tube reinforced T6061-T6 aluminum. It is super tough and can withstand a rollover.
It has submarine style escape hatches in the roof that are padded and can be used for hunting.

Only 5 were produced and all were custom made. Each were assembled by Bradley Fighting Vehicles.

This motorhome will outlast you and your children's children. It may possibly be the only non-disposable motorhome ever built

http://www.travelchannel.com/video/rest ... glory-days

Completely restored. Over $90k invested. Serious offers only. Too muck new to list. If you want the best built motor home ever created, this is it. It is made of T6061-T6 tempered aluminum. It is 100% welded and nothing Micky mouse.

New 15,000 LB winch
New DOMETIC Refrigerator
New forced air heater
New water pump, holding tanks, and fresh water tanks.
New tires and wheels
New suspension and shocks
Much more new and just too much to list here.




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Old 03-19-2014, 09:37 AM   #2
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Re: 1973 ROXOR 4x4 motorhome

I love everything but the price.
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Old 03-19-2014, 09:49 AM   #3
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Re: 1973 ROXOR 4x4 motorhome

that is just too dang much...

IIRC any 1973-era Dodge engine was about the worst, in a time when 60K on any engine was miraculous.

I just love this descriptive, and I quote : "... and nothing Micky mouse." The whole thing is Disneyesque, what with all the "submarine style escape hatches in the roof that are padded and can be used for hunting" Ohhh gawd, I gotta get back to work and I can't un-see this!

Thanks so much for posting this, SteveW... you win the 'nets today!
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oh, and don't forget the "Massive Warm Hubs" aaaack, I can't catch my breath
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Re: 1973 ROXOR 4x4 motorhome

Yeah, I bet those hubs get warm.
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Old 03-19-2014, 11:19 AM   #6
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Re: 1973 ROXOR 4x4 motorhome

From the video:

"This beast is made from one solid piece of cast aluminum..."

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Old 03-19-2014, 02:28 PM   #7
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"$90k invested" I thought the show paid for all that. Probably got tired of people laughing.
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Old 03-19-2014, 04:39 PM   #8
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Re: 1973 ROXOR 4x4 motorhome

I remember watching that on 'Rock my RV'. Cool rig.

Was either not well made during the overhaul, or those people didn't take very good care of it since the show.


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Old 03-19-2014, 06:13 PM   #9
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"Assembled by Bradley Fighting Vehicles"..in 1973...RIGGGHT!
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Re: 1973 ROXOR 4x4 motorhome

I think I hear the theme song from the old SWAT television show playing in the background.
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