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Old 04-17-2011, 09:49 AM   #1
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4X4 fleetwood?

I was looking on e-bay this morning this morning and came across this....

1984 4X4 FLEETWOD 33 FOOT CLASS A MOTORHOME | eBay

Kinda wish I had some extra money !
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Never heard of a 4X4 Class A Motorhome, can't imagine where you would go 4 wheeling with it.
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Old 04-17-2011, 10:05 AM   #3
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might be fun to find out

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Never heard of a 4X4 Class A Motorhome, can't imagine where you would go 4 wheeling with it.
The thought of it is pretty cool however imagine the costs. fuel wear and tear and such
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Old 04-19-2011, 05:41 PM   #4
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I could have used that in Dec 2010 when it snowed about 2' up north here in Az. Had to end the elk hunt early as we were 21 miles off paved road.
Looks like the seller pulled the ad.
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You can convert anything to 4x4 given enough $$$$. It would be cool if you were a sandrailer or rock crawler and like to get back off the trail and dry camp all the time.
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Yup definitely a home conversion, wrong kind of wheels on the front for a standard motorhome. Kinda wonder what they pulled the front end out of to do it....

Definitely designed to go places like Pismo beach on the sand, not necessarily hard core 4x4ing spots, just beach runners.
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I could see a short class C but this is a custom job i am sure, Dan
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