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Old 09-12-2016, 07:30 AM   #57
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We carry a coleman stove and a coleman outdoor kitchen which we sit up when we camp. We really like to cook outside and spend as much time as we can outside.

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Old 09-12-2016, 07:53 PM   #58
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I carry an electric grittle and and cookerput it on a folding table an I an cooking out side. We very seldon cook inside.

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We rent a Grand Tour, and one (of the many options) it has is an "outside kitchen". Not a big fan at all. 1) Bays are already very limited, 2) only includes two induction burner, dorm size fridge and a coiled water hose small work top and tiny storage area. Does have a connection for natural gas connection for BBQ. Just wasn't a good use of space IMO. See it here: http://www.sharemycoach.com/Vehicle-...20%201883.aspx
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Here's the brochure for that above-linked 2009 Newmar. You're correct. If you look at Picture #14, it seems it's a separate additional inside kitchen in the rear of the motorhome where you would just serve the food on the shelf. There's a pullout grill below. To me, that's just wasted space. I'm sure it didn't sell well.

The reason the AllStar went out of production is because Spartan quit making the mid engine diesel chassis. Newmar was the only one using it and there just weren't enough sales to continue the chassis.

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