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Old 08-16-2012, 08:04 PM   #1
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Hi All

I was just thinking, since I’ve had so much trouble with our new tt I may trade it in on this vintage model.

It’s a two horse power model, not sure of the year, but it looks sound. And it will run on about six ears of corn a day.



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Old 08-16-2012, 10:57 PM   #2
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Too Funny.

Don't I recall you had new JayFlight Swift during the winter? I remember reading a couple of your posts when you got it because that was just about the same time I was weighing the JayFlight Swift vs traditional JayFlight for our first TT purchase. We wen with the traditional JayFlight, so far so good --- fingers crossed it will hold up.

Now I see you have a Coachman. What happened? Why the Change? Did you have issues with the Swift?
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Too Funny.

Don't I recall you had new JayFlight Swift during the winter? I remember reading a couple of your posts when you got it because that was just about the same time I was weighing the JayFlight Swift vs traditional JayFlight for our first TT purchase. We wen with the traditional JayFlight, so far so good --- fingers crossed it will hold up.

Now I see you have a Coachman. What happened? Why the Change? Did you have issues with the Swift?
When we got the Jayco Swift I washed and waxed it, covered it up and didnít use it, this spring we uncovered it and my wife went inside and was looking around, thatís when we seen that we was gone to have to get a bigger one. My wife has Closterfobic real bad, when she was in the trailer I closed the door, and she just about lost it. When we looked at it for the first, the door was left open and the window coverings were open, so it was ok that way.

I sure wish that I would have got another Jayco, I donít thank that I will keep the Coachman very long.
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You post in jest, but we did just what you said.

Sold our 2003 Mobile Scout 30', great trailer, but a white plastic box.

Bought a 1983 Avion 34V. Wonderful trailer, superior build quality. Tows great, fuel mileage increased an average of 1.7 mpg.

We enjoy our antique trailer. Lots of folks drop by to check it our. Never had a problem getting into any rv park with the 10 year rule.
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Sounds like you got one that was built by the Hangover crew. How is Coachmen handling your issues?
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