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Old 11-12-2013, 11:44 PM   #1
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Better Than My TradeWinds??

From my sig you can see what I currently have. We are thinking that maybe we could find a newer MH that would be equal or better to our current MH. We currently have two huge closets for clothes, hers is full across the back of the MH with shelves and a drop down on the other end for long type dresses, mine is 5' with double sliding mirrored doors. She has 6 drawers for her things with a flip up that has slots for makeup and a mirror. I have four drawers under my closet for my stuff. We have a queen size bed and on each side is a corien counter top and two drawers as night stands.

This is a 2001 National, we would like to find something newer with the same storage. Is there something out there that can offer the same or better??

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Old 11-13-2013, 10:29 AM   #2
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The Winnebago/Itasca 42QD from about 2011 on is great in layout and functionability. Our 40U doesn't have the bath & a half or some other features.

Here is their main page: Winnebago Motorhomes
Download some brochures and visit some dealers. I don't buy new because of the depreciation hit. Besides, letting the first owner work out the bugs just makes moving in that much easier.
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