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Old 11-17-2013, 05:33 PM   #29
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Arrived a little late but congratulation on a top of the line Newmar.
We have some talented owners down in the Newmar forum that would like to have you join in.
Safe travels.
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Old 11-17-2013, 11:39 PM   #30
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Hey i'm later. My family is trying to convince me the 4599 is ideal. I'm more worried about getting our first coach. I like your floor and paint. So I,m guessing quilted tin ceiling won't be a future mod on your king aire?
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Old 11-18-2013, 12:13 PM   #31
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Hey i'm later. My family is trying to convince me the 4599 is ideal. I'm more worried about getting our first coach. I like your floor and paint. So I,m guessing quilted tin ceiling won't be a future mod on your king aire?
Nope...no quilting. Bite the bullet and get what you want (or think you want) the first time. We weren't sure about the full wall slide but it's great opened, a little tight closed.
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Hi Bullheaded...............how many miles and trips have you logged onto your new coach so far?
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Hi Bullheaded...............how many miles and trips have you logged onto your new coach so far?
Only 2000 miles is all so far. We picked it up in Elkhart, took it to Petoskey and now back in Texas. Got a 1000 miler after Turkey day (New Orleans) then a 2500 one after Christmas....can't wait to put it back on the road. Holidays always seem to get in the way.
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Old 11-23-2013, 02:03 AM   #34
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Very cool coach....love the color palette you went with as well ....definitely don't see much of that around that's for sure!

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---can't wait to put it back on the road. Holidays always seem to get in the way.
Thats what all Newmar owners seem to say these days.
Safe travels when the time comes.
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All I can say is WOW!. Beautiful coach. Hope you enjoy all your future travels.
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Beautiful coach, congrats! Love the color scheme, the flooring and even the glass tile backsplash is an awesome touch.

Enjoy and safe travels!
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Agree with all comments so far - beautiful coach! We just traded in out 2005 Holiday Rambler Endeavor and ordered a 2014 Newmar Dutch Star 4369. We made some some design alteration for the fabrics like you and found the folks at Newmar extremely willing and helpful. While we are looking forward to getting our Dutchie, it sure would be nice to move up the ladder someday to that gorgeous KingAire!!!
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Wow that's amazing!! If that was mine I'd charge people a dollar to look at it. Haha. Maybe one day when we win the lottery~
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Thats the best you could do???? Sheesh.... haha NICE COACH!!!!
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Thats the best you could do???? Sheesh.... haha NICE COACH!!!!
Yep....till the next one.
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WOW!! Very Nice.

I could look at it for hours.
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