Thursday, June 1, 2023


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

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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George E Opalenik
1 year ago

Watch the movie “Finch” on Apple TV starring Tom Hanks


1 year ago


Deborah Mason
1 year ago

Look at the shadows. The sun is on the door side, but the shadow is to the front (sun from the rear) and the front tire is in the sun, floating oddly on the shadow. As to the Australian comment, it does look like the steering wheel is on the far side.

Bob p
1 year ago

This is a mirror image of “make believe”. As Mr Ellis said tandem wheels don’t track together in a turn, it’s strange the rear tire(not tires) left a track in the dirt-sand but neither front tires left any tracks. It’s obvious the picture of a Bounder motorhome was placed on a military 6X6 truck chassis and whoever did it did a very poor job of cutting out the rear wheel wells. It seems to have done it’s job of becoming a conversation piece. Lol

Scott R. Ellis
1 year ago

If you’re going to Photoshop the rear tire tracks to make it look “real,” you really ought to account for the fact that tandems don’t track on top of each other in a turn, and you really ought to do the front ones, too. Photoshopped, and not a particularly good job of it.

Thomas Edwards
1 year ago

Was in an Alabama RV campground last year that would require 6 wheel drive to make it through the 4-6 inch deep mud. So, well established campgrounds can be an “off road” adventure too.

2 years ago

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

Ron L
2 years ago
Reply to  Cindy

Could be Australian…. they are very automotive minded.

Edward Wullschleger
2 years ago

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

Primo Rudy's Roadhouse
2 years ago

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

Ed K
2 years 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.

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