See the Motor Mansions of 2007

Check out a few of the most tricked-out motor mansions on the market today.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe top floor of Robert DeNiro's double decker RV, known as "The Heat", has a private screening room that can seat 30.
Ron Anderson's trailers are the biggest ones on the market — larger than most apartments — and they're totally tricked out with every conceivable amenity, plus a few you'd never imagine possible! Even the stars have come calling for his luxury 18-wheelers. The crown jewel in his fleet, known as "The Heat," was built for legendary Hollywood perfectionist Robert DeNiro. It's over the top in luxury, literally, thanks to the second floor that actually pops up out of the first to create a double-decker RV.

This rolling palace took a team of 200 around six months and more than 10,000 man hours to build, from the ground up. Its plush features include ample leather seating throughout, hand-carved wood details, a granite workspace that converts into a lighted makeup table with the push of a button, and a gourmet galley kitchen with a full-size, top-of-the-line dishwasher, cooktop, microwave convection oven and refrigerator/freezer.

The top floor of "The Heat" doubles the living space. The lengthy area is actually a private screening room that can seat up to 30 people. There are four 36-inch TVs, two on each side, and all the cabinets disappear when not in use. There is also a 42-inch TV in the back of the room and a 100-inch roll-down unit in the front. The large windows bring in great natural light but also can be concealed with state-of-the-art electronic blinds. The seating is all soft leather, and the ample aisles allow plenty of walk-through space or even enough for guests to lie down in them and watch the show!