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Old 11-28-2013, 07:15 AM   #1
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2014 Aspire 42RBQ - One more!

Here's the rig, not a Newell, but still very enjoyable



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Old 11-28-2013, 09:01 AM   #2
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Hey, ya don't need a Newell to have one nice looking rig. Congrats and enjoy! Happy and safe travels.
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Old 11-28-2013, 10:43 AM   #3
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Hey, ya don't need a Newell to have one nice looking rig. Congrats and enjoy! Happy and safe travels.
Of course not a foretravel will do, or a new mar or tiffin, or Fleetwood or Thor or coachmen or country coach or Gulfstream or travel supreme. Or... No way an entegra would do,

. Wait it will do just fine. Remember she's not broken in yet, need to put 10k on her stat!
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Old 11-29-2013, 05:44 AM   #4
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I've never seen a house on wheels before!

I like it! Why a trailer instead of flat tow? Congratulations and have a great time!
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Old 11-29-2013, 11:26 AM   #5
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I've never seen a house on wheels before! I like it! Why a trailer instead of flat tow? Congratulations and have a great time!
We have several cars and some cant be towed flat out.

Plus i like the fact that the car doesnt add up milleage down the road and most of all the rock guard protects the front end from road debris a whole lot.

The trailer is very light and well, it looks pretty good i think! :-)
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Old 11-29-2013, 11:34 AM   #6
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Perdy coach.. Should have lots of fun with it, and it will not live in the shop like a tiffin ;-)
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Old 11-29-2013, 04:03 PM   #7
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What color combo is that exterior called? It looks nice! Amy compliments. I think I prefer the 2014 exterior with the air horns relocated.
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BTW is that an Orlando? Don't think I see to many of those on the road in the USA.
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Old 11-29-2013, 10:14 PM   #9
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That is a nice looking paint job on your new rig - i like the silver and black wih an accent color! and yes the all aluminum trailer is a clean look. And it will hold up well. No paint chipping or fading. Good job...
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Nice looking rig. Just ordered a Cornerstone today! Long wait until delivery in March
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Great rig and trailer ... we too tow on a flatbed trailer. While, as you say, it's not a Newell but it IS an Entegra Coach ... the "Newell" for the rest of us

While I would love to own a Newell, that's not happening unless we hit the lottery. Now an Entegra Coach, that's something that could be within reach.

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The trailer is very light and well, it looks pretty good i think! :-)
That's an understatement!
Like I said, my daughter was speechless (me too) when she saw your rig.
Have a great time!
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What color combo is that exterior called? It looks nice! Amy compliments. I think I prefer the 2014 exterior with the air horns relocated.
"shimmering cabernet" is what they call it I believe.

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BTW is that an Orlando? Don't think I see to many of those on the road in the USA.
Yeah, Chevy Orlando. It must be a rare sight in the US, as it is sold in Canada, Europe and Korea only.

It is practical and well equipped (we have the "upscale" LTZ model).

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Nice looking rig. Just ordered a Cornerstone today! Long wait until delivery in March
Lucky you! They are awesome.
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Perdy coach.. Should have lots of fun with it, and it will not live in the shop like a tiffin ;-)
It's unreal how many Entegra owners are Tiffin Bashers on IRV2. Just for the record I see my hare of Entegras in the bays here at Lazy Days,,, but just be changing the air freshners. Certainly can't be anything else ever go wrong with them LOL!!

BUT back on topic,,, that is one fine looking rig!!!
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