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Old 11-30-2007, 03:39 PM   #43
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Clark & Donna,
Does your new 07 by chance have all-wood floors? The coach I ordered and then could not purchase , when my property did not sell as planned, is/was in Uhlmann's 07 inventory. I loved those floors. --sniff sniff--

It was all "teddy bear"'s fault.

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Yes Norm it was yours. They mentioned your Forum name to me.
I think it is the only one I've seen with all wood floors. Nice and easy to clean with two rambunctious dogs.

"It was all "teddy bear"'s fault." ??

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Old 11-30-2007, 05:24 PM   #45
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The monicker I use for Ted III, or Ted the Curmudgeon, as some call him.

Hope you enjoy it. I loaded it with everything I could think of including the side cameras. Keep posting your travels-- at least I can enjoy the coach vicariously. Hmmmmm. I wonder if my sleeping bag-- with me in it-- would fit in one the smart beds?????

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Old 11-30-2007, 05:37 PM   #46
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Norm...
I'm really glad you added the side cameras. I've grown used to them on the Trek and yet I seldom see them on the Alpines. That surprised me.
Donna thanks you for the Splendide and I thank you for the tire monitor and the Silverleaf monitoring system.
We hope you can sell the property and order another one.

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Old 11-30-2007, 07:04 PM   #47
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Jeff....

I thought the rainy season was the Summer in the desert.
I'll check with the Doc and see what he says, but I think with some of the post op rules he gave me that the first week I'll stick a little closer to home. Partly too, the million people that invade Quartzite for that week is a little more humanity than I enjoy. I rather meet up after to offroad and explore.

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Old 12-01-2007, 09:45 AM   #48
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Clark,
congratulations on your acquisition!

I am sure much time and planning... I to was surprised somewhat by the close proximity in cost between relatively new Alpines and new ones...but then again, it's all about timing and using all available communications at our disposal and knowing who is willing to REALLY deal.
Sounds like this is a good thing though that cost of relatively new and new Alpines are somewhat close....One thing though. All new RV's will need to have "adjustments".
Even a Newell needs corrections. With every company... it's just a matter of "How many"?

But you have a seriously good riding coach !!!
That is the Alpine Advantage...

Being a past Rv owner, I am sure you are already well aware about this.Since it is a 2007 I will not bother to advise you of a battery fill system error back in 2005/4?
I am sure by now that has been rectified...come to think they even sent out replacement "floats"...{eventually} long story but every Rv will have at least one quirk in it.... I mean nothing is ever going to be perfect....is it?..............??? hmmmmm...?
Best to you Sir, enjoy the ride! ~Wingding~
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HEY RON, you ready to give me 35% off on my new Alpine ? I have a nice slightly used Pacifica to trade in.
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I don't have any left over 07's as you know but I'll take care of you! Ron
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LMAO, now where have I heard that before, LMAO some more.

Can't you find a nice leftover 40' mid door ?

Went to pick up some RV antifreeze, dealer was trying to talk me into a Fleetwood Revolution. He had an 07 with an 06 Spartan chassis w/cat 400hp, mmmmm good setup.
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I know where you can find an 07 40 Mid Door.


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Sorry Kip, it needs to be an LTD.
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