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    Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
    It is not a trailer. It is a cabin, made to the size of a standard military container that could be used for several purposes.

    It either stays on the vehicle (truck, trailer etc.), or is placed on the terrein by means of a crane.
    Yes, your right. More like a big box. I think of a cabin as something that has some sort of a foundation, or attached to a slab. Moveable cabin.
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    If I paid $6000 for this thing, my wife would lock me in it and throw the key away.

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    I wonder if I could tow it behind my bicycle cross country? Might take a while but with a darkroom along, what's the hurry?

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    My brother has the 'Radio Shack' version fresh from Viet Nam era, exactly like our buddy spent the war in.

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    We have an extra cement slab here where a tornado took away the work shed that was on it. But I'd have to get it here and that might cost as much as they're asking. If it were more like $2000, I'd consider it, though.

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    It is not a moveable cabin. Technically it is a "transportable shelter".

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    I'd love one of these, but:

    a. I couldn't afford it
    b. A crane, to lower it into my Brooklyn row house back yard, would be very costly
    c. It would be seriously illegal to set up in NYC (my 1899 house is way over the present allowable FAR–that's OK, because it's grandfathered in, but I couldn't put up anything additional on my lot).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianShaw View Post
    It is not a moveable cabin. Technically it is a "transportable shelter".
    Please explain the differences.

    The term "shelter" puts an emphasis on protection. Though I don't see such with this one in military perspective.
    It most probably yields more stiffness than a wooden skeleton cabin though.
    Last edited by AgX; 01-07-2014 at 11:37 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    I used a similar unit in Thailand in the early 70,s there were also set ups for color are recon work. This looks be the whole kit, D 5, all that is needed is AC and water. For those who live in Tornado alley, as I recall these units are well built and will act as a shelter.

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