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So this week, BangShift.com’s West Coast headquarters have been mobile. We decided to take an extended trip back home from the Pleasanton Goodguys show and have been traveling through some of California’s nicest coastal towns via Highway 1. It’s a great trip, and we’re having fun, but have noticed some interesting things with regards to trailers on this trip. We are pulling a 21 foot travel...

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RV-buying boom a sign of consumer confidence

The number of recreational vehicles delivered to dealers' lots is expected to reach a six-year high in 2013 as fledgling RV buyers such as ... increase from trailers to Class C "cab-over-camper"-style RVs built on a truck chassis; to more ...

Best Trailer Park Ever: Artist's Converted 18 Foot RV Hides a Real Garden Inside (Video)

First built in 2006 for New York City's Storefront for Architecture, Trailer Park is conceived as a "mobile public park" that blends art, architecture and ecology, and was mostly built by Holleman herself out of an old 18-foot Coachmen Travel Trailer she ...

Sheriff's Office: Eureka man robbed, assaulted by pot-swinging woman in Orick

Humboldt County Sheriff's Office deputies responded at 4:15 p.m. Monday to a bleeding man who reported he had been hit in the head with a cast iron cooking pot. Sheriff's deputies and medical personnel met with the 26-year-old male victim near t ...

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