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Old 20-04-2017, 12:53 PM
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From $105k

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Yep that's a beast.
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Went to the Nambour Camping and Caravaning show today looking for bits and pieces, saw a camper/van called Exodus, they had a few of them but this was the beast, bloody hell if you have the money Sydo it's a solid unit:

http://www.completecampsite.com.au/o...top/exodus-16/
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Something like this is just a mere dream for us yet I love to dream! Guess I'll just stick with our (free)soft floor camper and swag.
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Dam thats nice.
Wanna build a more basic style along same lines.
Rear access opens up heaps of possibilities though.
Why didnt i think of this

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Best mate has one on order.

Arrives Nov. Towed with a portaled 79.
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I don't really understand all these expensive ruggedised caravans with the kitchen outside.
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Rear access opens up heaps of possibilities though.
T-van have been doing it forever.

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I don't really understand all these expensive ruggedised caravans with the kitchen outside.
It depends a bit on where you live (weather), what you cook and how you use your van. When it is cold, wet and windy outside, you want to be cooking inside. If you are jammed cheek to jowl with other vans in a van park then you might want to do most of your cooking inside as well. At other locations we only go into the van to sleep or retrieve stuff stored there. When some people camp, all their cooked meals consist of barbecues so outside cooking makes a lot of sense. Cooking smelly stuff like fish or curry stinks out the van if done inside so outside cooking makes sense for those things as well.

I'd never have a van that only had an outside cooking area.
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That's most definitely for you Sydo- how many beers does it hold- & does it come with a high speed camera and broadband for regular forum updates?

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Soft floors have outdoor kitchen
Just do similar canvas set up to block of weather a bit.

Though ill admit this is a little too fancy for my liking.
I prefer the kiss method.
Keep it simple stupid.

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Soft floors have outdoor kitchen
Just do similar canvas set up to block of weather a bit.

Though ill admit this is a little too fancy for my liking.
I prefer the kiss method.
Keep it simple stupid.

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