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Old 10-10-2009, 10:17 PM   #1
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Well it seems like a long time since we ordered our unit but it arrived at the dealership yesterday, we went and looked at it today. Pick it up this next week.
Was a little concerned about what the color (dark sage) would look like since the Winnebago website and brochure made the dark color look like a dark green but pictures that had been sent to us made it look like dark brown, which we preferred. We are very happy with the result.

Ford V10, 24,000# GVWR, and various options. We are ready to try it out.
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Old 10-11-2009, 07:07 PM   #2
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She is a beauty, Ghostrider.

Did you choose the bunks or the sofa in the bedroom? Bailey would love for us to move her sofa to the end of the bed.
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Congrats ghostrider, great looking coach. I too like the darker colors. Enjoy.
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Old 10-11-2009, 07:22 PM   #4
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We chose the bunks to have more storage room for my fly fishing gear and her quilting gear (way too much in my opinion- hope she doesn't read this). Also when some of our grand kids go with us or their family visits and wants to stay in the coach.

If we were travelling with a furry family member the couch at the end of the bed would be useful. Since we don't, the bunk beds are better for us. The top bunk folds up to make this a large storage area. The folding doors that close off the bunk beds look better than the curtains on some other models.
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Ghostrider, Beautiful Rig, I'm sure your extremely proud of it. We would like to invite you to anyone of our rallies or campouts with the Texas Boomers, we cover most of the State. Check us out under South Central Region on down the page. Again a Beautiful Rig.
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Looks great!!! Two thumbs up.
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Thanks for the responses, I go do my PDI tomorrow and bring it home if everything checks out.

Looking forward to taking it out for a short shakedown trip in a few weeks. Will have to be satisfied with driveway camping for the time being. At least it lets me see how things are working.
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Congratulations on your new Adventure. I believe you made a great choice. I am sure you will have some great times in it.

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Well it seems like a long time since we ordered our unit but it arrived at the dealership yesterday, we went and looked at it today. Pick it up this next week.
Was a little concerned about what the color (dark sage) would look like since the Winnebago website and brochure made the dark color look like a dark green but pictures that had been sent to us made it look like dark brown, which we preferred. We are very happy with the result.

Ford V10, 24,000# GVWR, and various options. We are ready to try it out.
So what color would you say it is. I am also looking at ordering an Adventurer in that color but this is the first picture I have seen of it. I thought looking at the Winnebago stuff at the dealer that is green also. Congrats! It is a pretty one.
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So what color would you say it is... I thought looking at the Winnebago stuff at the dealer that is green also.
I would say the dark color is a very dark brown that even looks black in some light. It is definitely not green. The lighter color is a brownish gray/green which is probably what they call the sage.

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