Wednesday, November 29, 2023


Holy smokes! This is one very weird RV

Reader Don Vlack sent this photo. “Here’s an interesting looking setup I saw in Florida,” he wrote. “I did not have a chance to talk to the owner.”

All we can say is, Wow! We’ve never seen anything like this on the back of a truck (or anywhere). Is it roadworthy? What do you think? Or better yet, do you know anything about this very unusual RV?

Please leave a comment.

Chuck Woodbury
Chuck Woodbury
I'm the founder and publisher of I've been a writer and publisher for most of my adult life, and spent a total of at least a half-dozen years of that time traveling the USA and Canada in a motorhome.



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Virginia Rudolph (@guest_134622)
2 years ago

Just saw at Circle Pines MN Walmart July 19th. I agree. WOW. Most unusual set up I have seen. Must be road worthy.

Pamela J Hill (@guest_69873)
3 years ago

Just 4 a smile. 4 out of 3 people have trouble with math

Jeff Meyers (@guest_69789)
3 years ago

I’m amazed at the thought that went into his design, although after the cost of the dually truck and everything else, he could have bought a 26-30’ Motorhome brand new ( My 2020 Coachmen cost me $57k out the door)

Sidney Peters (@guest_69359)
3 years ago

How can the driver see properly out of the front windshield?

Mick (@guest_68350)
3 years ago

I saw this guy in Andover Mnnesota. It is unique to say the least

Keith (@guest_67486)
3 years ago

Just passed this coming from Annamaria Island in Fl yesterday. Crazy!

Frank Scandalito (@guest_65859)
3 years ago

I talk to him at a post office one day it’s a truck camper under neath. He said he modified this himself.

bisonwings (@guest_65076)
3 years ago

Is that a double King or triple Queen bed over the cab? And the porch out back must be for the kids or perhaps the folks are vertically challenged? At any rate this thing must be made out of a thin aluminum skin without insulation or wood panel inside otherwise the weight would have truck springs flattened. With the length of the stuff sticking out the front it can’t be legal in very many places. I just know I would hate to have to drive it.

Dan (@guest_64983)
3 years ago

As of January 2020, the diamond plate monster is alive and well. I took a pic of it at Walmart- Fort Myers Fl. It appears to be succumbing to gravity a bit. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. (I wasn’t beholding) 😋

Jim Foreman (@guest_65536)
3 years ago
Reply to  Dan

Beholder… I thought you said Beer Holder

Cheryl (@guest_64748)
3 years ago

FLORIDA…..Not like the rest of us! lol…

Austin (@guest_63514)
3 years ago

I so enjoyed looking at the picture of rig for awhile. My compliments to the designer/fabricator.

Ralph Pinney (@guest_62953)
3 years ago


Joseph Rogers (@guest_62527)
3 years ago

I would say that this rig would be highly unstable. Center of gravity, both length and height. I would think that it would be pulled over by police or state officers the first time on the road. I bet it is also over the gross vehicle weight also.

TravelingMan (@guest_62897)
3 years ago
Reply to  Joseph Rogers

Unstable and Center of Gravity issues were the first thing that came to mind. He might not be overweight though. I would not do this!

David Lastoria (@guest_64702)
3 years ago
Reply to  Joseph Rogers

By the way the pickup is looking to be sitting at a normal level, I bet the suspension is not overloaded at all. The construction of the camper part looks like it is made out of aluminum as well. The Ford E-350-450 duallies have impressive weight capabilities. But unstable yes, I will agree. It’s like a sailboat in the wind I bet.

Tim Palmer (@guest_62505)
3 years ago

One word……


Marty (@guest_62300)
3 years ago

For the ones talking overweight? They build Class B/ C ‘s everyday on F350 and F450 chasis everyday

David Lastoria (@guest_64703)
3 years ago
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Wayne (@guest_62279)
3 years ago

I have worked on aluminum trailers all my life. It may not be near as heavy as it appears.

Kimberly custer (@guest_62269)
3 years ago

This is weird RV but truck can’t pulling it will break down I never seen like this . I hope it will work but I don’t think so

Pennie Hahn (@guest_62240)
3 years ago

My late father was quite the inventor and built his own RVs. This one looks like something he would have built!

rollin (@guest_62224)
3 years ago

1) Hope that truck is a dually.

2) Hope the truck has heavy duty air bags.

3) Drive SLOW.

John Bloxham (@guest_62198)
3 years ago

There is no way that unit is legal to drive on the road!

Dave J (@guest_62322)
3 years ago
Reply to  John Bloxham

OK, why not ?, Looks like a 450 chassis to me when I blow up the picture

David Lastoria (@guest_64704)
3 years ago
Reply to  John Bloxham

Why not? As long as it is lower than 13’6″ in height, and less than 40 ft long, ( to be legal in the eastern portion of the United States), it is fine.

Paul Meeks (@guest_64775)
3 years ago
Reply to  John Bloxham

Yes you can drive it on the road go to burning Man and you’ll see stuff that out does that by far

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