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Old 02-02-2014, 03:11 PM   #1
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Our new (used) first diesel pusher!

Here is our 2000 holiday rambler endeavor 31k miles. Mint condition IMO, just a few scratches from rocks going down the road. It has a 300 hp isb cummins and 6 speed Allison 3000 series. The dealer we bought from specializes in used rvs and modernizes them adding wood floors and flat screens, in motion tv and new appliances. I cannot even begin to describe the difference in elegance and ride quality from the suspension, rear engine, quiet diesel generator, and the padded ceiling and interior. Fiberglass roof, I could go on and on but just wanted to share my experience of going from a beginner bounder with a screaming engine when pulling and getting jarred on rough roads and being blown from lane to lane to THIS!
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That looks very nice, indeed. The flooring looks great. Is that vinyl plank flooring or wood? Also, did they re-cover the sofa on the driver's side or put a new one in the coach?

Wishing you many happy miles. We certainly don't miss our old gas motorhome.
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Congratulations! HR Endeavors are great. Hope you enjoy yours as much as we enjoy ours!

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Nice looking rig, congrats!

Is that you in the shower with the Lone Star? Hilarious!

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Wow, that is a ridiculously nice interior. You made a great choice on the MH but we really need to talk about your choice in beer... I mean really.
Again, nice coach.
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Looks great!!

Best of many enjoyable trips.

Not sure I agree on your choice of beverage for the celebration.
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Great looking coach!! Happy Trails...
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Great looking coach! May I ask. Where did you find the sofa on the left?
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2000 Endeavor

I have the same year and model, but with a Cat engine. I have had it a couple years, and still love it.
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Great looking coach! May I ask. Where did you find the sofa on the left?
The passenger side sofa was in the rv when the dealership bought it from a older guy. I have no idea, it has crazy storage beneath it also in a slide out tray. They have a upholsterer in their shop. They recushioned and recovered the original flex Steel furniture.

Hey man don't y'all be hatin on my drinks! I also drink miller light, Tanqueray and tonic, or Rebecca creek Texas whiskey (brown water) over ice.

The flooring is wood laminate
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Looks nice. Really like the floor. Hope you have many happy and safe years in your new rig. Congrats!
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