Monday, January 17, 2022


This 52-foot RV can be yours at a bargain price!

If you love big rig RVs, as in “the bigger the better,” you’re going want this 52-foot beauty which has a price tag of $375,000 — about one-third of what it would cost new. And as a bonus, it comes with a 35-foot cargo trailer. So big rig fans: This is about 90 feet of RVing heaven you could be piloting down the highway.

It’s in Virginia. Here, word for word, is how its owner describes it:

52′ with 4 slides. Cummins ISX Pre-emissions 500hp, no DEF! 12 sp Meritor automatic. Tandem drives. Only 37k miles. New tires and batteries. Stored inside since new.

378 sq ft of living space. Oasis heat and water heater. Fully integrated central A/C, nothing on the roof. Retractable hydraulic tow bar allows you to tow virtually any car. Boondocker’s dream with 300g fresh water, 230g holding, 300g fuel plus solar charging. Outside fridge, TV and grill. Too many features to list; it literally has everything you can think of!

35′ stacker trailer has 4k# lift gate and Stinger 4 post lift. 12k# total cargo capacity with tandem 12k# axles. Self drive system to move trailer when it’s detached. Hydraulic jacks to allow loading/unloading when it’s detached. Seamless fiberglass interior walls and ceiling. Self-contained 2-ton heating/cooling system. Electric awning and solar charging. Work bench and under floor storage.

This combo was $900k new and would be over $1 million to replicate today.

If you want it, or are just curious to see more photos and learn more, click here. If you buy it, let us know and send a few pics.



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Bob p
4 months ago

My first thought was where could you drive this combo safely? You’re going to have trouble negotiating a large truck stop, forget Pilot’s. Whoever had this built definitely had more dollars than sense, and the first time out found he was spending far to much time on the side of the road with a Blue Light Special parked behind him. Wyoming has the longest combo length with 85’. He’ll have to find someone more stupid than he to sell that.

John Koenig
5 months ago

My understanding is that an RV’s MAXIMUM OVERALL LENGTH is limited to 65′ (which would INCLUDE an attached trailer). I believe a few states have set lower length limits. That 37′ stacker trailer shown just compounds the OAL problem. As nice as it might be to have all that space, I simply see a problem that’s just waiting to bite a driver in the butt. As municipalities scramble to find additional money to pis* away, I fear the day is not far off when they decide RVs are easy targets.

My Super-C diesel puller is 39’3″ long. I made SURE when I bought a trailer for my “toad” to keep said trailer UNDER 26′ (my TOTAL OAL measures in at 63’10”) VERY few RV parks can handle REALLY long rigs (especially combo units). Buyers would be wise to do their homework BEFORE they spend BIG bucks

5 months ago

Legal in TN without a CDL.

Non-Commercial Recreational vehicle.

Richard Hughes
5 months ago
Reply to  bull

Your comment probably hit the nail on the head as to the reason it’s for sale.

Charles B Robertson
5 months ago
Carol Morales
4 months ago

Not true. Legal in Arkansas, Georgia, North Dakota, and Wyoming. Due to reciprocity between the states, if the RV/trailer combo is licensed in one of the above states it’s legal to drive in ANY state. The police actually have to abide by the laws of the HOME state (i.e. I live in Washington, which does not require motorcycles to be insured. Idaho does. If I were to get pulled over in Idaho, I would not have to provide proof of insurance nor would I receive a ticket for not having insurance since my motorcycle is registered in Washington.)

RV Staff(@rvstaff)
4 months ago
Reply to  Carol Morales

Hi, Carol. My son has a big (really big) Harley and he has insurance, so I looked it up after reading your statement. Here’s something from the Washington State Insurance Commissioner’s office: “On July 28, 2019, a Washington state law passed requiring all motorcycle drivers carry liability coverage and proof they have insurance. They are no longer exempt from our state’s mandatory auto insurance law (”
Here’s a link to that website:
Are you referring to some other type of insurance? Have a good night. 🙂 –Diane

Gary Broughton
5 months ago

Where do you stay in this big rig?

5 months ago

There is such a thing as TOO BIG.

Geoff Baker
5 months ago

I’m sure that is not LEGAL in most states which have a 65 ft overal length limit! Maybe if the driver has a CDL it would be legal.

4 months ago
Reply to  Geoff Baker

My Racer Friend was told by the Calif. H. P , Not to bring his long rig back to Ca. ever again.