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Old 12-06-2013, 09:44 PM   #1
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http://www.weather.com/travel/toplux...round-20130814

They don't even mention a price range .
Swiss-made, of course!

Seems like a challenge to waterproof...

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At the bottom of the article it says the entry price starts at $45,000!

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They had one on one of those Extreme Garage shows. It would do a whole Class A RV, and it cost $25 in electricity ever time you went up or down.
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They had one on one of those Extreme Garage shows. It would do a whole Class A RV, and it cost $25 in electricity ever time you went up or down.
And when power is off - no drive.
Hope there is an override so you lift the RV manually...
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I got one of those. I keep my beat up work van above it and my precious Porsche below it. Independent Moonlight heatin and cheatin pays pretty well.
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And when power is off - no drive. Hope there is an override so you lift the RV manually...
I'm sure with that kind of garage, there's a generator somewhere in there...

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