Hearing the word “mega” before anything implies a whole slew of things. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, mega can be defined as the highest level of rank, excellence or importance. So, what do you picture when you hear Mega RVs? We asked our members to send in photos of their mega RVs. From mega features and mega sports themes to sheer mass and overall gadgets, we wanted to see it all. Thankfully, our wish was granted and we received some mega photos!
Check out some of the Mega RVs pictures sent in by our members and campers. Do you have a Mega RV? Send an email to TTFan@equitylifestyle.com with a brief description and some photos and you could be featured on our Facebook page or blog!
1.) So far, so good. Submitted by: Bill and Judy Cable
“”Sofar..Sogood” is a 1953 GMC 4104. Was a charter bus for about 25 years. She was then a church bus, and then a hunting lodge. She still has the original 671 diesel and 4 speed manual transmission. We’ve been remodeling and enjoying her for 10 years.”
2.) Tweety and Sylvester. Submitted by Larry and Ellen Clark
“We have a 2004 Monaco Executive painted with the theme of Tweety and Sylvester. We have carried the theme inside as well. We are full-timers and draw attention where ever we travel.”
3.) Submitted by: Neil and Dottie Kappers
“This is our 2000 FL 112 Cabriolet/Sport chassis pulling our 2004 Newmar Kountry Aire 40-foot fifth wheel. Trailer weighs 27,600 pounds and truck weighs 18,000 pounds. We just returned from our trip to Alaska – from start to finish 17,866 miles.”
4.) Sugar Bear. Submitted by: Cindy Dohms
“This my beloved 1976 retro trailer. Her name is Sugar Bear and we were born the same year! She is in amazing shape for a girl her age! My three kids and I have amazing times camping with her!”
5.) Philadelphia Eagles. Submitted by: Drew McElya
6.) Edelweiss. Submitted by: Jason
“We’re a family of 5 wanderlusting around North America in a motorhome named Edelweiss. Edelweiss is a 1990 Barth Regal SE-31J. It was purchased a year ago with about 18 thousand miles on it, and we took about six months to completely remodel the interior as well as upgrade some exterior components.”
7.) Dream Machine. Submitted by: Pat Storey
“Having built this motorhome on the super aerodynamic Kenworth T2000 chassis, this streamliner is capable of 10+ mpg with plenty of power to stay out of the way of traffic.
Since my son, my wife and I, with help from our son-in-law, built this motorhome in 2005, it has been a hit everywhere we travel. Its 475 horsepower, Turbo-charged Cat engine and its air ride tandem axel suspension, create a velvet smooth ride to make it a pure pleasure to drive.
With two bedrooms and a pull down sofa, this home on wheels sleeps six adults comfortably.
As bold and brawny as a locomotive, it can be sophisticated and elegant, a race trailer towing workhorse, a family cottage or or even an attention-grabbing backdrop for our product displays.
Even after eight years, I never tire of the chance to hit the highways of North America in our “one-of-a-kind” Mega RV.