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Old 07-16-2014, 07:32 PM   #1
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Anybody still make a Class A without slides?

Yes you heard right are there any manufactures out there who make a Class a 30 plus ft, gas powered with no slide?
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Probably not. That would be a very small market. Even the single slide units seem to less and less as time passes.
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Good luck with that. I found a few in the 30' range, but most had a corner rear bed instead of a walkaround. We went vintage to get ours.
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O think one of the new/classic winnebagos were slideless.
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O think one of the new/classic winnebagos were slideless.
The Winne Brave 26A

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Old 07-19-2014, 08:13 AM   #6
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Thanks for the link the brave looks very nice,not sure of the yellow but the rest looks nice and fresh.
My Son is a skier and wants something without slides, much warmer without slides at -10.F
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