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Old 12-21-2007, 05:21 AM   #1
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Old 12-21-2007, 05:51 AM   #3
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Boy..That sure doesn't look like the Bounders we used to own!!
Very nice, Freddy...and it is nice to see you jump right in with some photos!
You did Good!!
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Thanks,

I am active on other forums for other interest and this site is the easiest to navigate.

Great Job

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It does look great. They have finally gotten with the program and changed their color scheme.

I like it.

BTW, Hi MM
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Old 12-21-2007, 06:37 AM   #6
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Bounderfreddy- Looks great and really like the color combination. Congratulations. Not to highjack this thread but I also like your garage. Is that new? What size? Length? Debth? Height? Not being nosy but could you give me some idea of how much you might have in that? It looks like it is brand new and I am wanting to do a scrap and build with my present garage which is why I am asking. Happy Holidays.
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Old 12-21-2007, 06:50 AM   #7
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Funtime, Hi Jacking allowed

My shop is a 30 x 50 x with 14' ceilings. I have a 13' x 12' door, a 10' x 10' door and a 8' x 8' door. Other features include, radiant heat, two post aboveground 9k # lift, 3 tv's/satellite, patio bar type furniture, regrigerator, drinking fountaint, and all of the other shop related tools one must have when spending time in the "Man Cave"

The shop is 4 years old and when built I had 18K in the structure, 4K in concrete and I did all of the rest myself. Total cost finished is about 35K. Added value to the property 75K, and added value to Manism "Priceless"

I love it, only wish it was bigger.

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Old 12-21-2007, 11:34 AM   #8
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BounderFreddy, very nice looking coach, keep it looking new, also impressed with your "Man Cave" I wish my garage was bigger as well, I did everything I could to convince my wife that I needed it to be bigger, but you know how that goes. Ed.S
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Ed,

My wife actually suggested it be bigger, but I was trying to be conservative when we built.

My motto the last several years is "Don't Analyze Your Pleasures"

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Nice unit.

I wish they would've had that floorplan in 06. I would have much preferred 2 couches up front than the 1 couch & 1 recliner we have. As much as I love our Bounder, that recliner is really useful for nothing except draping stuff over it on the way in or out of the coach. It's so close to the step well, that when I recline to view the tv, I feel like I'm going to flip over & tumble down the steps.

Enjoy your new rig. Safe travels!

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Lori,

Thanks for the nice comments. Yes we looked at a bunch of different coaches that fit our interior and exterior wants and once we found the Bounder it was a matter of light colored trim or dark. I actually prefer the darker interior and my wife preferred the lighter so I did what any good husband should do and kept my mouth shut and got the lighter one

I am 6'4" so it is nice to have 2 couches and even better is the king size bed.

This site has me excited with the friendship approach and nice post.
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Thanks BounderFreddy for the specs on the garage. Very nice and even better than I expected with all the improvements. It looks like a steel building...is that right? Also like the color combination you used. May I ask who did it for you? Are they nationwide? Thanks so much and have a great Holiday.
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Thank you for the compliments.

The shop I have is actually a pole barn that is finished out with insulation and interior walls. 4D Barns in Franklin, Indiana built my shell and no there not very big to travel too far, but I am sure you can find a local barn builder in your neck of the woods.

Have a Merry Christmas!
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Both the rig and the garage are great. Congrats on both and enjoy your toys.
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