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Old 11-26-2013, 04:02 PM   #29
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I had this same motorhome. Same color even. Loved it.
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:20 PM   #30
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Glen, really glad you started this thread. I have a 98 Eagle (extremely modified) Im sure there are many 1990s Americans out there with many updates an changes. Would like to see all of them here.
Thanks, I really like the classic lines of the older MHs. I am making plans to upgrade the AV components inside, but will not try and alter the appearance. I know for sure the lift TV will stay, just be updated. It will fit within the box, just be HD with great hidden audio. I don't need a large screen TV for entertainment as the purpose of the MH is to take us to the entertainment, not entertain me. Another comment is I am really happy I have no slides, there is plenty of room for the two of us, I know that hurts resale as everyone wants the slides.

I am a little surprised there have not been more pictures as I would have thought there would be a lot more older MHs floating around than the new new ones costing 200,000 plus.

The title on my 97 says it originally sold for 200,200 dollars, but I got it for 42,000. I've already sunk 11,000 into it fixing neglected stuff and it is coming around. I expect it to function like new when done.

I really hope more Dream and Eagle people jump in.
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Old 12-02-2013, 09:45 PM   #31
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Surely there are more of these great MH out there???????
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Old 12-02-2013, 10:10 PM   #32
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Mines a 2000 Holiday Rambler Endeavour 40'

Took the couch out on the slide side added a fireplace and console, on opposite side added leather love seat electric recliner. Now we look straight across at the flat screen.

I also added LED marker lights down both sides front and back. When I use the turn signal the entire side of marker light flash, looks very cool!

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Old 12-03-2013, 06:23 AM   #33
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Very nice. Do you have any interior pics of the living room?
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Took the couch out on the slide side added a fireplace and console, on opposite side added leather love seat electric recliner. Now we look straight across at the flat screen.
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I do just have to get them sent to my iPhone and post.
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Inside pics right after I did carpet and moved in furniture but haven't finish changing cabinet above drivers seat and cable wiring!
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Mines a 2000 Holiday Rambler Endeavour 40'

Took the couch out on the slide side added a fireplace and console, on opposite side added leather love seat electric recliner. Now we look straight across at the flat screen.

I also added LED marker lights down both sides front and back. When I use the turn signal the entire side of marker light flash, looks very cool!

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I'm a lights guy also and need to add some along the length of the MH, I have already done that with the trailer, marker every four feet, I agree looks cool going down the highway at night
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The only pics I have of interior are when I did new TV mod.
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I have 8 down each side and I want to add docking lights and under body but in a tasteful way and controlled sperately.
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The only pics I have of interior are when I did new TV mod.
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I have 8 down each side and I want to add docking lights and under body but in a tasteful way and controlled sperately.
Mine came with the docking lights, but only work when the key is on, I would like to change that so that they can be turned on with out the key on.
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She's just waiting for next year's camping season....

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