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Old 08-29-2016, 01:01 PM   #1
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My Vintage Cruiser

Boutique this camper a few weeks ago and love it...
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I "bought"..hate spellcheck...
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Old 08-29-2016, 04:53 PM   #3
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Nice looking outfit...Happy Camping
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Welcome to te forum! Nice rig.
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Hi and

Pretty sweet looking
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Looks nice.

And nice Colorado.
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Congrats....we just bought a cruiser RV too. (195 Shadow Cruiser) We are pleased with the price/quality . Very comfortable for 2 retirees
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Old 11-16-2016, 01:09 PM   #8
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Hi Bill, how's your Vintage Cruiser doing? I'm picking mine up this Friday 11/18/2016. I'm getting a 2017 19ERD, it'll be my first TT.
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I am looking at one of these. How do you like yours? They sure are pretty.
How do they hold up under use? Any issues so far?
My dealer says I will be fine with the 19, but, while I would love the extra room, the specs say I need to go with the 17. Tow vehicle is an '09 Mazda CX-9 GT 3.7l. He says only a couple hundred more lbs won't make a difference. I have owned trailers before but have never been behind the wheel while towing!
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Vintage Cruiser

I have really enjoyed mine so far. I've been on 5 short (200 mile) trips and no issues so far. The 19ERD works perfect for me, the floor plan is just what I need. I didn't like the idea of the entry door being in the bedroom and with mine, I can shut the bedroom off from the living area. So far it's only been me staying in it. The mattress is just a little short but that will be the case with any unless you really get into the bigger units. Go to this facebook site, they can answer all the questions you may have especially regarding if your tow vehicle will handle the 19'

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Thanks for the reply, I love that floorplan. Might need to think about trading tow vehicles though! I appreciate the link to the FBI page.
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Have used mine many times. Last 3 times i have taken 2 people with me. It was awesome.
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Hi Bill, how's your Vintage Cruiser doing? I'm picking mine up this Friday 11/18/2016. I'm getting a 2017 19ERD, it'll be my first TT.
How is it going?
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I am looking at one of these. How do you like yours? They sure are pretty.
How do they hold up under use? Any issues so far?
My dealer says I will be fine with the 19, but, while I would love the extra room, the specs say I need to go with the 17. Tow vehicle is an '09 Mazda CX-9 GT 3.7l. He says only a couple hundred more lbs won't make a difference. I have owned trailers before but have never been behind the wheel while towing!
Mine has been awesome. Totally love it. It gets a lot of comments a pix taken.
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