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Old 08-30-2010, 09:06 AM   #1
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Visiting an Oxygen RV (alreadey saled...)

I learned to lately that this Oxygen trailer was for sale. But the owner let me visit this fiberglass 19 feet (16,5 feet cabin)rare model. It was build in 2002 by Bonair un Beauce in Québec (no more in production since 2004 I think).
Very interesting trailer. Very aerodynamic. The non standard bed can be surprising. I dont understand why they didn't put a shower in the toilet.
I took some pictures and a film. You can see it HERE
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Old 08-30-2010, 09:30 AM   #2
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Cool! They really took advantage of the moldability of fiberglass Front table doubles as an ironing board

Perfect soundtrack too. Thanks for the movie - I had seen a few photos but the video gives the full effect . It was nice of the (former) owner to still let you come over and have a look.
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Old 08-30-2010, 02:17 PM   #3
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Thanks Marc, great video. I had always been interested in these trailers, as they are so unusual. But I think now after seeing the video, I can't say that I would want to own one. I guess because the impression I get is, for being 2ft longer than my 17ft Casita. It's sure looks like a lot less interior. Of course the center of the trailer is much more spacious than our Casita but at the cost of the beds. Interesting.

I agree with you, why no shower?

Plus I am a sheet person, I don't care for sleeping bags, if and when you could get a set of custom made sheets, getting them on and off would be a real work out (not that I couldn't stand a good workout, LOL)....... But not making the bed.

Thanks again for posting your video.......
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Nice film. It gives a real feeling for how big the trailers is.
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Old 09-07-2010, 04:23 PM   #5
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Les remerciements, la Grande Vidéo et la Musique! Bon Emploi.

Neat Trailer. I agree why not a shower. Very modern design, but very odd layout for the bed. Might have to keep the dinette as a permanent bed. Ha! or did the bed have more room than it appeared in the video? Thanks for sharing.
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