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Old 05-12-2012, 09:51 AM   #1
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If we ever win the lottery i'm getting one of these!

We are very thankful to have our Sierra fifth wheel....but if we ever win the lottery we are getting a rig like they sell here...I cannot imagine being able to traveling like this. christrawick dot com.
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Not for us, wife would never drive it and I would have to listen to the nagging.
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Not for us, wife would never drive it and I would have to listen to the nagging.
I could wear ear plugs for one of those
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Two blondes were sitting around sipping their Starbuck's; when one of them noticed a large truck load of "sod grass" rolls on the back of it driving by; one of the blondes commented to the other "Yep, that's what I'm gonna do if I ever win the lottery!" I'm gonna send my lawn out to have it mowed !!!!!"
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mmmm....wonder how much that would cost :-)
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I wanted to order two but they refused to paint them in a Texas flag pattern. Told them to forget it and decided to keep the 5th wheel.

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I wanted to order two but they refused to paint them in a Texas flag pattern. Told them to forget it and decided to keep the 5th wheel.

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that would look cool though!
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if I pulled in with one of those coaches... id make an immediate impact on the property value...lol. Not to say I slum it... but thats alot of premium amenities. Would be cool if there were about 6 additional bunks besides the master to sleep guests.

And the basement storage makes me jealous. Y0u could fit a small convertible sports car and a couple of motorcycles underneath. Also Id have to carry ground penetrating radar equipment to verify spots had enough material to support the 45K+++ worth of weight.
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The interior on a couple of those things look like a New Orleans bawdy house. How do you get something that size in a state park? I'll pass I guess.
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The interior on a couple of those things look like a New Orleans bawdy house. How do you get something that size in a state park? I'll pass I guess.
I don't think its its any harder that a f350 and 40 ft 5th wheel...but I wouldn't know....probably never will at that price
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The interior on a couple of those things look like a New Orleans bawdy house. How do you get something that size in a state park? I'll pass I guess.
Totally agree on the interior "looks". On the second point, State Park, guess a body could stay at Wal-Mart, parking lot is bigger!
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If I won the lottery I would probably keep my current coach. We love the floorplan! I would have a few upgrades done to it and hire a driver to drive me around the country!
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If you win the lottery to buy one, you can also hire a full time driver.
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