Spot the difference,
Actually I don't know if this is a joke or if it's for real,
could be really usefull in certain parts of America, but only if set
But the problem is.....where’s the water tank, the grey water tank,
black water tank, the propane tanks, solar panels and wheels and
Certanly this could be seen as a U.F.O hahah
On Thu, 25 Feb 2010 19:34:21 -0500, "Stormin Mormon"
The pictures further down make it look bigger, but it depends on how
tall the girl is. If she's 5 or 5'8", it's pretty big, but comparing
her to the books, I think she's about 3 feet tall. Probably 6 years
The client wanted more office space. The architect found zoning
regulations an obstacle. He got around them by making it transportable.
I've always wanted a mobile home in my yard, but I've heard they're a
maintenance problem. This may be what I'm looking for.
There are none... It is not a self-contained vehicle like an RV nor
is it a tow-able trailer...
This is a transportable building... It would require a service
connection to utilities... So it would need a water, sewer and
electric connection if you wanted to use those utilities inside it...
FEMA still has a lot of decontented (no circus stripes, propane tanks,
or holding tanks) trailers they are trying to get rid of, real cheap.
They also aren't wind-rated for storm country, in some cases. At this
point, they are just trying to avoid the landfill costs, which they will
have to do Real Soon Now. Empty trailers do not store well at all....
Pretty much no place with zoning will let you set up a trailer park with
them. But if you have some land out in the boonies and want to set up a
family hunting camp, and can handle installing a shared septic, well,
and propane supply system for a few of them bunched together, you can
get a hell of a deal.
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