Out for a drive south of Chisinau, Moldova. Photo taken December 6, 2016.
Where are Kevin and Ruth right now? Purcari Winery, Republic of Moldova.

Where are they going next? Transnistria. The country that doesn't exist! Arrive December 8th.

Friday, June 19, 2015

The world's fastest RV

I happened upon an article the other day that described the world's fastest RV...they call it a motorhome, but that's a bit of a stretch. More like a campervan of sorts. But, it does have a toilet, sink, and stove and there is a sleeping area.

And, it's for sale...

Yes, you can own the world's fastest motorhome. Even the Guinness Book of World Records says it is so, with a world record top speed of 227 km/h (141 mph).

Comes with this certificate!

Built on a 2007 Fiat chassis, you could zoom along Germany's autobahn with 337 hp to get to your next campground as fast as possible!

2007 Fiat Doblo "motorhome".

The seller is inviting offers around £10,000 ($16,000 USD) but bids are still a lot lower than that . You can see the eBay listing with more photographs here

Pyrex glass storage containers on sale today only at Amazon.com...


A rare great deal on Amazon.ca...this Braun electric shaver sells for $185 USD in the states, so at $139 CAD it really is a good deal...




13 comments:

  1. Hmm, might be just what we need for the PDD Driving Club. :c)

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    1. It would certainly make those PDD days shorter! ;-)

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  2. Ah, too bad the steering wheel is way over on the "wrong" side. Might have snapped that one up. *snort*!

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    1. Come on Bob, why would you let that stop you! ;-)

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  3. I like its fiber optic star ceiling! However, since it does not include free shipping to North America. I will have to pass...

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    1. You could always buy it and then use it over there to explore! Plus in the whole scheme of things shipping that wouldn't really add that much more to the bill.

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  4. Excellent for one for long haul travels. Good for two for weekend or overnighters. I could see it sitting in a tent site at an Oregon beach state park with the chairs out and a grill.

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    1. Some people spend way more time traveling around in something this size or smaller and have now problems. You would definitely want to be a fair weather traveler though, being in cold or rainy weather wouldn't be so good!

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    2. And you could get to Oregon in about two hours!

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  5. Like you have never been un that much of a hurry.

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    1. Nope, we have never been in that kind of hurry for sure!

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