I believe the tandem front axles supported the engine that was forward of the rear axles...the rear wheels turn opposite of the center turn table to improve turning radius. Built by Prevost in Canada, these were high capacity passenger units used in northern routes like cruise line side trips in Alaska. The rear section was open as a walk-through. They were discontinued as they were not as successful as current designs...I believe Neoplan tried a similar set-up too.
Problems would exist for licensing it as a RV and use in states with a 45' length limit on non-commercial vehicles. Of course, the owner could try to license the front as a RV and the rear as a trailer(?)
60 Foot long conversion
Interesting to see.
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