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Old 06-13-2012, 10:18 PM   #1
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2010 Eggcamper 17K in upgrades.

June 15th , 2012.....

This ULTIMATE EGG with 3K honda EU3000si generator, custom paint , all powered levelers, solar panel, sat dish, upgraded 8,000 BTU A/C, up graded power center, cutom built entertainment center/cabinet(surround sound, 32" flat panel, Blu Ray,UPS, custom marine matress, alloy wheels, omin directional HD TV, and more....

The comfort of a 40 FTer, in a small foot print.

Is now listed on Ebay... just search Eggcamper... the only used one on the market, and there is a waiting list for new ones.. and a fairly bare one is $19K out the door... see complete pictures on ebay!

Its wider, it has more interior height than the competiton and its better built, all fiberglasss inside and out.. no stick furniture..

GEN has aorund 50 hours, 3,000 miles on units.. the cutom paint job was $4500, metalic red inferno pearl... with gold and silver metalic stripes..

Can be towed by a car, crossover... weight bare 1900 pounds as equiped under 2300. Very areodynamic, min air drag... Turns on a dime ....


Located Cape Coral Florida...

2010 EggCamper Loaded, better than NEW, over 17K in upgrades! 2010 EggCamper Loaded, better than NEW, over 17K in upgrades! | eBay
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2010 EggCamper Loaded, better than NEW, over 17K in upgrades! 2010 EggCamper Loaded, better than NEW, over 17K in upgrades! | eBay

a little too personalized for my taste...
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2010 EggCamper Loaded, better than NEW, over 17K in upgrades! 2010 EggCamper Loaded, better than NEW, over 17K in upgrades! | eBay

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Old 06-15-2012, 03:40 PM   #5
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Personally, I like white eggcampers. $4500 for red paint...a mystery.
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Another Florida egg showing a lot of flavor in their style
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looks like Easter came later this year!!
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Old 06-15-2012, 04:07 PM   #8
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[QUOTE=jenbooks;315027]Personally, I like white eggcampers. $4500 for red paint...a mystery.[
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I like white too... but imagine a world of just all white cars, for the rest of your life?

A bit boring.... and we all would be trying to get into the wrong car all the time...LOL,

Do we all go with white houses, or all the same design and interiors even with the same floor plan.. seems sort of regimenting,,like in China under MAO , you could have only one color of coat and in one style or in Soviet Union 50 years ago, all shoes were brown.... The idea was that one style one color was cheaper and more practical(of course no reason to buy a second of anything)... but not much fun nor creative and why we were the inovators!


And its not just red paint, its metalic pearl red paint.. did not ever expect to get money back on that. But I can tell you , I have people pulling up to my house to take a look at it because of the paint.


How did that Henry Ford model T that you could get in any color as long as it was Black workout in the end? The competiton began to kill him, and FORD went with colors/options and etc..

If I had a yellow tow vehicle, I would have thought about painting it yellow(would have been much cheaper) and thats no yoke!


Everyone is customizing the inside and I would imagine the outside is the next step...lol


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Old 06-15-2012, 04:12 PM   #9
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Rugged Individualism

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Another Florida egg showing a lot of flavor in their style
Now that what I call some of that famous American individualism!

You may not like it, thats fine... but you will remember it anyway!

Different strokes for different fokes.

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Model T's came in colors, as long as it was black. Sold millions...
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Model T

Yep thats true, sold a lot until there was competition.. Sales began to plument as other MFGs came out with colors, options and newer features, such as Chevy.

FORD literally had to close down for a model year and retool his business, and when he corrected and reopened with a new model/colors, he was #2 and stayed there for the next almost 100 years....

The lesson is, even if one size fits all.. buyers will prefere ultimately more choice...

Regards and have a great day!...
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Do you keep the Honda generator on the front of the frame. I could not tell from the photo. I was wondering since it weighs 78 pounds dry. I don't know what the total weight would be with gas and oil. I agree color and expression are wonderful. I have read the China book wild swans. Good job scarab!
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Sviper---it's gorgeous! Of course, I may be biased ---- look at mine!
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Do you keep the Honda generator on the front of the frame. I could not tell from the photo. I was wondering since it weighs 78 pounds dry. I don't know what the total weight would be with gas and oil. I agree color and expression are wonderful. I have read the China book wild swans. Good job scarab!

Actually the Honda EU3000IS weighs almost 130+lbs, I believe and has electric start/and manual. Eggcamper tested/mounted one, made the mount for mine, and yes It is at the front on trailer frame, where all GENs for EGGs are installed.. Note the Dexter torsilastic axiles are 3500Lb rated.

When you actually load up the Egg , most weight is to the rear, and that lightens the front, by the way.

This week end I will post more outside pictures.


The GEN is wired to the inside of the EGG as are the electric rear stabilizers so everything can be done from the inside , just like the big boys... When traveling you can pull in anywhere , Walmart, truck and rest stops, watch 200 channels including many music channels... or DVD movie... pop some popcorn in the Micro wave.. I love roughing it in the great outdoors just like the pioneers going wets....lol!

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