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This is the Tucson 28-foot lightweight gooseneck tiny house on wheels by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses. It features a solar system, an elevator bed that stores into the ceiling or drops over the couch for sleep time, a full kitchen, lots of book storage, indoor storage for three bicycles, and more.

The tiny house was custom-built for a client that hired Greg Parham and the team at RMTH. The goal was to design/build a self-contained tiny home that would be light enough to tow with a 1/2 ton Dodge Ram 1500 Ecodiesel since that’s what he happened to own and he would be using that to travel back and forth from upstate New York to Arizona.

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The Tucson 28-foot Lightweight Gooseneck Tiny House on Wheels w/ Solar-Power, Elevator Bed, Full Kitchen, Storage, And More…

The Tucson 28-foot Lightweight Gooseneck Tiny House by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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This is the Infinitely Stoked Tiny House on Wheels by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.

It’s a gooseneck trailer tiny home that was custom-built for a customer who, unfortunately, financing fell through for. So now, it’s for sale.

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Infinitely Stoked Tiny House on Wheels Built on a Gooseneck Trailer by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

Infinitely Stoked Tiny House with Butterfly Roof by RMTH

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This is the 36ft long and 10ft wide ‘Moby Dick’ tiny house shell built by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses out of Durango, Colorado.

Technically the trailer base is 34′ long, but they wanted a four foot cantilever over the tongue that would serve as a “walk in closet”, so in the end the house averages out to 36′ long.

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36ft Moby Dick Tiny House Shell by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

36ft Moby Dick Tiny House Shell by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses 001

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