FS Roamin Chariot?

#1
For anybody that might want a Roamin Chariot, I see these units listed for sale on CL as of June 17, 2018. None of these are mine. Just a nice heads up to anyone who may be interested.
These are really great minimalist rigs that can go anywhere you can drive. .Lots more friendlier and easier than a tent!


https://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/rvs/d/roamin-chariot-pop-up-truck/6619552685.html

https://spokane.craigslist.org/rvs/d/roamin-chariot-popup-canopy/6594155281.html

https://missoula.craigslist.org/cto/d/2001-toyota-tundra-4x4-v8/6611667395.html

https://bellingham.craigslist.org/rvs/d/popup-roamin-chariot-camper/6613323821.html
 

Richard E

Active Member
#2
Pop ups are pretty neat, but in our neck of the woods (wet side of the PNW), if a person doesn’t have a garage to store it and dry it out, when that canvas gets wet, it’s difficult to dry out, and we get that PNW funk and rot...
 

Jerry Daschofsky

Moderator
Staff member
#3
Pop ups are pretty neat, but in our neck of the woods (wet side of the PNW), if a person doesn’t have a garage to store it and dry it out, when that canvas gets wet, it’s difficult to dry out, and we get that PNW funk and rot...
Actually with this one you don't. It's pretty cool. It's the type of material they are using is why. Loving my Roamin' Chariot for that reason.
 
#4
Probably true with canvas. A reason why the RC is better than a tent. The RCs sidewall is a heavy vinyl material impervious to water. I live on "the wet side" of the PNW. So, if needed, I wipe down the vinyl with a towel before putting it away. I cover mine with a tarp and put an electric Air-Dryer unit inside for storage. Seems to keep everything dry.
 

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