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Old 12-26-2009, 03:32 PM   #15
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Old 12-26-2009, 06:33 PM   #16
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Thumbs up A simple mh

well, as you can see, we have a very SIMPLE MH just 2 1/2 years old, 2 slides, 1 TV, NO icemaker and EVERYTHING works.... loose the odd screw?????

We are still dreaming of a dishwasher, washer and dryer...We had a Kountry Star 3910 lined up, but NEVER got again a mssg from the owner, so - we kept the house and will travel with the Bay Star for a few more years until we find our affordable dream machine.


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Old 12-26-2009, 08:35 PM   #17
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Mine would be;

Four Slides all air drive
Air Leveling
All Wood Cabinets
Basement Air and Heat
Front Kitchen - Rear Bath - Separate Half Bath
Full all china toilets with electric flush
Instant hot water at sink
All LED Lighting
One Leather Hide-a-bed with Air Mattress and Two Leather Recliners
House Refer
Separate Ice Maker
8 House Batteries & Solar Charger
Dual half slideout trays in each full bay
Full Paint with Cut and Buff
Laminate flooring throughout
Separate washer/dryer
6 outside cameras
2 large screen TVs with auto satellite
Tire Monitoring system
GPS
40,000 lb rating with 10,000 towing
6,000 lb carrying capacity
5 year parts and labor warranty
All power awnings - front door, patio and outside windows with wind sensors
Auto generator start
Battery and Generator Power Slideout trays
Electric/Propane Stove and Oven
Pantry with slidout shelves
Worlds Loudest Air Horns
Priced at less than $200K
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Old 12-26-2009, 10:21 PM   #18
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I better order mine now so I can have it by April. It is going to be expensive so get ready. I want a 45' double decker with 8 slides. The roof is also going to have to raise up because I do not want to hit my head upstairs in the bedrooms. I want three bedrooms up stairs. On of the slides needs to be a balcony for my bedroom. I need two bathrooms. One upstairs and one downstairs. The downstairs can be a half bath. I need a lot of power so I need a hopped up Cummins with an Allison tranny. The upstairs carpet and the downstairs granite. Granite on the counters and cherry cabinets. The stairs to the bedrooms needs to be a metal spiral staircase. I would like to have alot of windows. I want a paint job that is like no other. Since I am pushing for head room I need you to figure out my storage situation. I need a 60" flat screen in the living area and 3 42" flat screens in the bedrooms. Do not forget my moving satelite. I would like central heat and cooling. I need a BIG diesel genrator. I also need a 30" enclosed trailer so I can haul my Jeep and my off-road vehicle. Could you please paint it the same.
Some have requested their warranty so I would like to have a lifetime warrany (parts and labor).
No one has mentioned any thing about a prepaid fuel card but if that is possible please throw that in is also.
Hope you can full my wishes and have it to me by April. My kids will be disapointed if it is not ready by our first trip of the year.
See I am not had to please just a little picky.
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Old 12-27-2009, 06:51 AM   #19
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Mine would be;

Four Slides all air drive
Air Leveling
All Wood Cabinets
Basement Air and Heat
Front Kitchen - Rear Bath - Separate Half Bath
Full all china toilets with electric flush
Instant hot water at sink
All LED Lighting
One Leather Hide-a-bed with Air Mattress and Two Leather Recliners
House Refer
Separate Ice Maker
8 House Batteries & Solar Charger
Dual half slideout trays in each full bay
Full Paint with Cut and Buff
Laminate flooring throughout
Separate washer/dryer
6 outside cameras
2 large screen TVs with auto satellite
Tire Monitoring system
GPS
40,000 lb rating with 10,000 towing
6,000 lb carrying capacity
5 year parts and labor warranty
All power awnings - front door, patio and outside windows with wind sensors
Auto generator start
Battery and Generator Power Slideout trays
Electric/Propane Stove and Oven
Pantry with slidout shelves
Worlds Loudest Air Horns
Priced at less than $200K
Several things I didn't consider are on your list that I would like also.

Wonder if any manufactures read these forums? Maybe we can put together a "wish list" and send it out to some of them.
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Newell with steering tag axle, of course.
Ditto, Newell al the way
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Old 12-27-2009, 07:45 AM   #21
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........... I also need a 30" enclosed trailer so I can haul my Jeep and my off-road vehicle. .........
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Hmmm! I was reading with interest your dream machine, and then I go to the quoted part. I guess that old saying, "The difference between men and boys is the price they pay for their toys," holds true. I would want a 30' (as in "foot") trailer. But then think of all the towing money you could save by putting a 30" (as in inch) in the cabinet, or under the seat. (just having fun, I know you really meant 30 foot trailer, didn't you?)
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My excuse is the shift key did not work. Not really that is why I had a hard time getting through English class. I blame this one on the English teachers.
I enjoy people with a sense of humor. It seems like everyone in the world takes every thing to serious.
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My excuse is the shift key did not work. Not really that is why I had a hard time getting through English class. I blame this one on the English teachers.
I enjoy people with a sense of humor. It seems like everyone in the world takes every thing to serious.
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One that doesn't sweat on the inside during cold weather, that stays warm all over the entire coach, that stays cool without noisy air conditioners, that doesn't leak during heavy and/or long lasting rain storms, that doesn't rust, that doesn't corrode, that doesn't rattle while driving down the road, that is very efficient in all other aspects.
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One that doesn't sweat on the inside during cold weather, that stays warm all over the entire coach, that stays cool without noisy air conditioners, that doesn't leak during heavy and/or long lasting rain storms, that doesn't rust, that doesn't corrode, that doesn't rattle while driving down the road, that is very efficient in all other aspects.

Doesn't sound a lot like an endorsement of the2004 Fleetwood 36B Pace Arrow/Workhorse W22...
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