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Old 12-28-2007, 09:59 PM   #1
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What not to do to decrease air resistance.

Was looking through craigslist and saw this...




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P.S. I must be a wierdo as I think just because a guy can afford to do something, doesn't mean he should. I can afford to buy 100 gallons of gas several times a month, pour it on the ground, light it (or not)... but I don't think I should.
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Isn't the top a pop up?

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Old 12-29-2007, 03:51 AM   #3
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it sure is, it's something seen regularly on VW campers, i don't think it would go far with this this up.

i found an interesting page while looking for other examples... mostly focuses on older models though... but looking at it it makes all these "innovative" MPV's of today pale in comparison imho


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Old 12-29-2007, 10:45 AM   #4
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My grandparents had one of these, I always found it to be a very good alternative to having to tow a camper, or drive an RV, but still had quite a bit of space in it.
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Several years ago, my Wife & I were in the market for a VW Eurovan Weekender. The Weekender also has the pop-up sleeper, but none of the heavy sink/stove/closet storage units that the complete camper has. They were very difficult to find used and the ones we did find were too expensive for our budget. We purchased our `03 VW Golf 4dr(new) instead and in hindsight, it was a better decision.
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