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Affordable $8.5k Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels


This is an affordable $8.5k aero tiny cabin on wheels. It’s for sale for $8,500 out of Junction, Texas, according to the listing on Tiny Home Builders. It was built in 2018 and offers approximately 56-square-feet of space inside.

This tiny house on wheels is equipped with RV connections, R13 insulation, a 110 AC unit, dorm refrigerator, 29″ flat screen TV, sink, outdoor shower, camp toilet, toaster oven, Coleman 2-burner stove, 4 windows, fold up/down porch, futon bed/couch, table for two, exterior fold up/down table, exterior storage, corrugated tin accents, and more.

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Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels for $8,500

Affordable $8.5k Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels

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Affordable $8.5k Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels

Affordable $8.5k Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels

Affordable $8.5k Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels

Affordable $8.5k Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels

Affordable $8.5k Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels

Affordable $8.5k Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels

Affordable $8.5k Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels

Affordable $8.5k Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels

Affordable $8.5k Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels

Affordable $8.5k Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels

Jeep Wrangler Towing Affordable Aero Tiny Cabin on Wheels for $8.5k

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Highlights

  • Junction, Texas
  • $8,500
  • Built in 2018
  • Approximately 56-square-feet
  • Easy to tow
  • Custom-built
  • Not registered for highway
  • Full RV connections
  • R13 insulation
  • 110 AC unit
  • Dorm refrigerator
  • 29″ flat screen TV
  • And more…

Learn more: https://www.tinyhomebuilders.com/tiny-house-marketplace/tiny-cabin

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  • Avatar Marsha Cowan December 31, 2018, 10:41 am

    It’s very pretty and unique! I love it. What does “not registered for highway” mean? No tags?

    • Avatar James D. December 31, 2018, 3:31 pm

      Basically, yes, since in most states certain types of vehicles need not be registered, including “off-highway” vehicles, stored vehicles, or vehicles for which a “non-operating” has been filed with the state department of motor vehicles.

      But highways are federally regulated… Meaning this is fine to take camping in states like the one it’s in now but not for going on highways…

  • Avatar JB January 7, 2019, 2:43 am

    Anyone will take something if its just handed to them. Many homeless people are homeless because they refuse to conform to the social norm. Meaning they have no considertion for their neighbors. Some don’t want the responsibilities of housekeeping and all that go along with being good neighbors. And will tell you that. There are some who have mental issues and need help but from what I’ve seen they make up a small portion of the homeless. Some are down on their luck with kids. My heart bleeds for the children. For having parents that don’t have one friend that is willing to help them. Or who are the kind of people that others don’t want in their homes. Or the ones who want to hide thier situation for what ever reason. Being a bleeding heart can be dangerous if you lump everybody in one catagory “homeless” The question is WHY! Before you go setting them up in my back yard.

  • Avatar J PERRYMAN January 18, 2019, 11:50 am

    Some people are homeless due to the situation of the economy of the United States if you will age to income drops dramatically and prices keep going up what is a person to do that has no family left she’s going to be a burden on her friends and her income is less than $800 a month due to disabilities schedule for the faculties intact she’s not crazy nor is he a mental case or drug addict nor he or she weather whichever sex it doesn’t matter as you get older they get homeless plain and simple they could go into nursing home and take the spot that someone needs really need medical attention he looked fully functional people that can clean your house clean your yard take care of pets take care of grandkids if they were around but some are just left with no family they died where they go on to other things and they don’t want to be a burden so yes people do end up homeless that aren’t Crazy drug use and are not pigs before you call me at you should really do the research over 50% of the homeless people are normal average working-class people who have no family or family that I moved away not drug you do not dirty people just people that Society overlooks don’t see it and then they’re don’t want to see them there so we need to do give up no but you proud to give up and they stay on the streets find a way of survival no matter what the cost to save their dignity

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