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Old 12-15-2014, 11:36 PM   #197
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Old 12-16-2014, 08:49 AM   #198
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In the closet, we use TV trays. Working on designing a removable drop leaf table.




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and I thought you were gonna' say "the nearest rib joint" ..
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Old 12-17-2014, 06:36 AM   #199
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Our 1998 Endeavor pusher. It's our 4th coach and probably last. We go to Rincon in Ventura, Campland on the bay in San Diego and boondock around So Cal Deserts. We're planning on going to Quartzite this January and Burning Man in 2015. Love the quality and build of this HR.
Very nice looking coach.

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Old 09-18-2016, 10:44 PM   #200
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Lets see more of the older coaches.

Their sense of style was great.

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Old 09-19-2016, 03:36 PM   #201
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Vintage 1994

I love my Pace, evan while fixing stuff. Does it ever end?

Well, nothing loaded. Look left. That's enough
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Old 09-20-2016, 12:10 PM   #202
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Great thread, Glenn. Thanks for the bump; your Dream coach is amazing!

I just picked up a '94 HR Imperial in the Spring. Still lots to do on it, the paint is faded, but it's in great condition. More pics later!

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Old 09-20-2016, 12:26 PM   #203
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Oldy But a Goody

Here are a couple of pictures of my 2000 Country Coach Magna:
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Two very goo examples of timeless style.

To me, now a days, it is very much how big can it be made, these coach have style lines that the new coaches do not have.
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this thread definitely lacks a Foretravel, so here's one - my 34ft '98 U270 8.3C with the 6-Speed Allison




Can't wait to start my next trip...
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It's great to see these older coaches in such perfect shape.
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I agree, these rigs all look great and obviously the owners take pride in them, as shown by how good they really do look! This goes to show you that the 10 year campground rule does a disservice to those who take care of their motorhomes. I wouldn't mind having any of these rigs as my neighbor, in fact I would be excited to park next to them and talk about these rigs with the owners and take a tour!
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I agree, these rigs all look great and obviously the owners take pride in them, as shown by how good they really do look! This goes to show you that the 10 year campground rule does a disservice to those who take care of their motorhomes. I wouldn't mind having any of these rigs as my neighbor, in fact I would be excited to park next to them and talk about these rigs with the owners and take a tour!
What is this 10 year campground rule you speak of? And where might we run into this situation? We will be full timers in a couple of weeks. Thanks!
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What is this 10 year campground rule you speak of? And where might we run into this situation? We will be full timers in a couple of weeks. Thanks!

There are some higher end resorts that have rules restricting older rigs .
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