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Old 04-15-2006, 06:46 PM   #1
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Hi all, Just became the proud owner of a 2006 34 Alpine and felt the need to tell someone. It all happened so fast were still bit bewildered and confused. Looking forward to meeting some of you down the road. But first I hav e to sell my beloved Safari Trek.
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Hi all, Just became the proud owner of a 2006 34 Alpine and felt the need to tell someone. It all happened so fast were still bit bewildered and confused. Looking forward to meeting some of you down the road. But first I hav e to sell my beloved Safari Trek.
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Old 04-15-2006, 07:33 PM   #3
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Jerry and Toni, CONGRATS on the new Alpine and WELCOME to iRV2!!

Lots of great people here and some valuable informations exchanges as well....

Thanks for sharing your new coach news with us!
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Old 04-15-2006, 09:27 PM   #4
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Hello & Welcome Jerry & Toni:

Welcome as new owners of an Alpine Coach. You will find that many wonderful owners in the Alpine Coach Association, as well as in the Chapters. Should you have any questions please post them and we will try an answer them or provide you with information on where to get your questions answered.

Again congratulations and welcome.
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Hey - welcome to the group! Folks here really help Alpine newbies!!!

Which color scheme did you buy?

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Old 04-16-2006, 09:48 AM   #6
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Welcome!

What a co-inky-dink, I sold my beloved Safari Trek last summer and bought a 34' too!

I recall EgrMike was a former Trek owner too.

Even though I "bought the chassis", I really liked the 34' floorplan, much like my Treks'

Hope you love it as much as I do.

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Old 04-16-2006, 06:42 PM   #7
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Jim- IIRC, your Trek was (is) green?
Welcome to this new collection of crazies. We oughta meet @ the Log Store & compare coaches. Or better yet, @ the wine store on Douglas in Granite Bay.
Mike & Ann (formerly w/a 96 Trek 28)
P.s. We're going to miss GordoBear's 49er "fun run" in Plymouth coming up. He said we'd be welcome even though we now have Some Other Brand of coach (since Gordo's now got a '98 DP himself). Happens to the best of us. We'll be in Baja, so say hi to all if you go.
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Hi Mike!

Our Trek was beige with updated green graphics and paint, a 93 28' on the Isuzu chassis, with untold hours of gadgeting. As much as I loved that Trek, the Alpine elevated me to a new level of motorhome appreciation.

After we met you and Ann up in Yakima, I smiled the whole way home driving the Alpine thru the twisties and up grades.
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Oops, sorry Jim. I meant Jerry when I was recalling coach color. I think we met Jerry & Toni on a Trek group outing in Plymouth, CA.
I figger'd you'd be enjoying your 34' hot rod! And I bet J&T do as well.
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Audry,Jim, Engineer Mike, Thanks for your replies and comments. Our new 34 has a amber exterior, natura cherry and meadowlands interior. Considering the number of former Trek owners with Alpines it appears that great minds think alike. Engineer Mike, we did meet at Plymouth at Gordo's event and we will be there this weekend (with our Trek and a for sale sign). We will say high to all for you. When you return from Mexico lets meet and compare coaches since we are almost neighbors. Well, I'm excited, we pick up our coach on the 24th.
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We have the Meadowlands exterior & interior. Amber is the yellow one? (yes - I checked WRV.com)

I bet Meadowlands interior with natural cherry is very pretty. We have the Tuscan maple - still a pretty light finish. Our interior is very "easy on the eyes" which we really appreciate. The light interior (also all leather furniture) creates a sense of spaciousness.

I really like the unique look of these 2006 Alpine exteriors.

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