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Yes, that's our little camper!


Yes, that's our little camper on the left.

A 1996 Goldstream Champ.

One double bed pulls out from the back.

And yes, it does have a fridge!!

500kg.   2.2m x 2.1m

We LOVE it!

 

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-- Edited by Gavin and Julie on Thursday 8th of April 2021 05:16:21 PM

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And you know what? You will see the same things all those with $150000.oo rigs see.Happy travels

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Well there ya go, proof size doesn't matter.





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Yep. Nice simple way to travel. have fun.

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A warm welcome from me also, Gavin and Julie

My brother had something similar, many years ago, and I borrowed it a few times

Very easy to tow, and OK, if you are using caravan parks, and/or friends places to stay

A pop-up tent, porta pottie, and 12 volt or solar shower, would easily make this rig suitable for free/donation/low cost camping





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Way to go guys!

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20161011_162118.jpgTony Bev wrote:

A warm welcome from me also, Gavin and Julie

My brother had something similar, many years ago, and I borrowed it a few times

Very easy to tow, and OK, if you are using caravan parks, and/or friends places to stay

A pop-up tent, porta pottie, and 12 volt or solar shower, would easily make this rig suitable for free/donation/low cost camping




 

 It might be small....but we have made it very comfortable!

Thanks for the warm welcome Tony.

 



-- Edited by Gavin and Julie on Sunday 11th of April 2021 10:18:07 AM

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Very cool love it.

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I met a couple at tenterfield who bought an 11ft nipper in Melbourne. They had the wheel bearings checked & took off to cairns & back to Melbourne for four weeks. Mostly low cost camping. They reckoned it was the cheapest fun they'd had. Enjoy your travels.

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Nice!


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