Yikes! Check out the giant mud tires on this RV!

Weird Class A motorhome
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By Russ and Tiña De Maris

At first glance, we thought it might be a Photoshop-phooley. But if it is, somebody’s gone to a lot of work to even bring in a realistic tire track in the gravel. So is this Re-Bounder for real?

Perhaps it’s someone’s idea of the best rig for apocalyptic escapes. Or maybe they’re just really adventurous, and heading out where no man[‘s RV] has gone before. Either way, we’re not betting that the crockery in the cupboard will survive the journey!

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8 months ago

Door on wrong side for Americans. Front lettering is photo shopped. Bogus.

Ron L
8 months ago
Reply to  Cindy

Could be Australian…. they are very automotive minded.

Edward Wullschleger
8 months ago

I’m not sure if it’s real, but I like it!

Primo Rudy's Roadhouse
8 months ago

It is amazing how many questions get asked around here with so few answers.

Ed K
8 months ago

With the steering wheel on the wrong side, I am betting it is from Australia, down under. I understand they have an active off road community down there with all the wide open spaces to explore.