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Old 03-01-2014, 08:10 AM   #113
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Old 03-01-2014, 08:26 AM   #114
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Being a 2000 I guess it is one of the youngsters in the group but we love our Dynasty. The license plate is TNZOFUN and that's what we have everyday. It is also the smallest Dynasty ever built, the 34 York model, which was exactly what we wanted so we have no issues getting around to all of the smaller parks in the west. We logged 8,000 miles and 10 million smiles last year.





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Old 03-01-2014, 04:17 PM   #115
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been working on redoing my class a and did 8000 miles last year on her...now with new decals on the exterior time for an interior make over


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Being a 2000 I guess it is one of the youngsters in the group but we love our Dynasty. The license plate is TNZOFUN and that's what we have everyday. It is also the smallest Dynasty ever built, the 34 York model, which was exactly what we wanted so we have no issues getting around to all of the smaller parks in the west. We logged 8,000 miles and 10 million smiles last year.

Nice looking Dynasty.

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She's still going strong and enjoying every outing. Thought about slide outs but just didn't find the floor plan we wanted @ that time in 2006, so we just had to have this wide body. The tag axle makes for an awesome and comfortable ride. Quality @ an affordable budget. Travel safe/enjoy your outings.
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Here's a pic of our's, its our second Flair, the first one was a 90. The original one got tons of use with our kids and this one is for the grandkidies. Like the lower cost, that way we don't have to worry about kids running in and out all day. I'm typing from my laptop as me and my oldest grandson are having a campout in it tonight He's dying for it to get a little warmer so we can take it out on our first weekend trip of the year...


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Geez, I haven't been on this thread for a while and missed CuteFac's question. I'm also an Eastsider, south of I-70 off Shadeland.
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Also missed GlenLever's question about interior photos Don't have any yet. The avatar photo I took the day we picked it up. When (if?) Spring ever gets here, I can get inside and take some to post.
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Here's a pic of our's, its our second Flair, the first one was a 90. The original one got tons of use with our kids and this one is for the grandkidies. Like the lower cost, that way we don't have to worry about kids running in and out all day. I'm typing from my laptop as me and my oldest grandson are having a campout in it tonight He's dying for it to get a little warmer so we can take it out on our first weekend trip of the year...
Lol we buy cheaper units for the same reason, our kids are good but accidents do happen so atleast when it happens I can be a bit more inventive on the repair 👍
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keep the pics coming

This really is a fun thread to read. I would be cool to have "vintage" rally.
Hard to believe, but my rig is almost 23 years old now. Gotta get some chrome dual airhorns on the roof and maybe a spotlight! Any suggestions?


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She's still going strong and enjoying every outing. Thought about slide outs but just didn't find the floor plan we wanted @ that time in 2006, so we just had to have this wide body. The tag axle makes for an awesome and comfortable ride. Quality @ an affordable budget. Travel safe/enjoy your outings.
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Great looking rig.

Agree on the slideouts. One gains some width floor space but loses about 20" of length space for each slide's mechanism in the '90s vintage. We like the longer sofa and galley counter that was available without the slides.
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This really is a fun thread to read. I would be cool to have "vintage" rally.
Hard to believe, but my rig is almost 23 years old now. Gotta get some chrome dual airhorns on the roof and maybe a spotlight! Any suggestions?


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Post your 1993 to 2000 class a only motor homes here not covered here Post your vintage photos here Old thread has many missing Photo bucket pictures , would like to see class a older photos
Well we have just about rebuilt her to a new condition....outside...new decals,...all painted areas redone...new interior and flooring...and all mechanicals all redone...total investment including the RV purchase two years ago...$34,000

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