Friday, May 2, 2008

Garbage Truck Converted Into A Home

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The vehicle looks like a garbage truck from outside, but it is in actually designed as a cross between a mobile home and an off-road vehicle. It's a TerraCross 'Home on Wheels' manufactured by UNICAT, which comes complete with an office, beds, bathroom, kitchen, and storage space.









Source: boreme.com

14 comments:

  1. uhhhh how does the inside have windows while the outside does not? when faking things like this its best to check for glaring mistakes in your story.

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  2. uhhhhhhhhhh do you see the panels on the outside of the truck? they open. when being a condescending douche bag try to at least be correct.

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  3. AnonymousInGermanyMay 2, 2008 at 10:38 AM

    Can you make the headline a bit more misleading, please?

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  4. The rear left window/panel is about 8 inches above the wheel well on the outside yet a good two feet exist between the bottom of the window in the back and the seat of the sofa! FAKE, unless more exterior pics prove otherwise.

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  5. I think this is really cool. I'm glad you took the time to put up pics and all. These guys are douchebags, apparently. I don't see what's so hard to believe about it. I'm jealous!

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  6. Why do so many people have to be such assholes about a simple thing like this.

    about 30 seconds of searching and i came up with this:

    http://www.unicat.net/en/info/EX63HDM-MANTGA6x6.html

    is it that difficult to make the cognitive leap that the top part of the truck rises to create the extra ceiling room?

    jesus ppl, take a chill pill.

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  7. I love this truck !!!!!

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  8. nice truck to leave parked....must be a fortune what with gas prices so high.....

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  9. Aside from the 14yrs old comments this truck is well done. This technique has been used before in Germany. The top part of the living area (the upper 3') go up with hydrolic jacks and when down they cover the windows. Nothing fake about this truck...

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  10. There is absolutely no hydrolic thing in this truck... and where do you see on the outside of the truck the panel that would hide the kichen'S window??

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  11. this is the bomb! what did it cost if you dont mind?

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