It’s not uncommon to find weird and wacky vehicles up for sale through Facebook Marketplace but this RV, currently up for sale in Fontana, California, could be one of the most bizarre we have ever come across.
This RV has been created by mating a 1996 International 9200 semi-truck to a 2004 Arctic Fox camper trailer. Located in between the truck and the camper is a tiny 1998 Suzuki Samurai that can be used when the camper is parked.
The exterior of the creation is a little rough with faded white and punk paint but it appears fully functional. The Samurai has been finished in the same paint scheme as the truck and has also been modified with a steel front bumper. It sits transversely on a specially-made platform between the truck and the camper.
A look inside the camper reveals all the amenities you could ever need to enjoy a long road trip. There is a large seating area with a table, a spacious sleeping area, a small bathroom with a toilet, a kitchen with a microwave, oven, stove, range top, and a double-sink. There is also a large fridge and an audio system that allows you to enjoy your favorite tunes.
The seller notes that the camper section itself features its own generator that runs off propane. The semi has 620,000 miles (~1 million km) under its belt and while that’s a lot, the seller doesn’t mention any concerning mechanical issues.
In case you’re interested, the RV can be purchased for $26,995 – and that includes the Samurai.