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Old 05-06-2012, 10:19 AM   #1
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My new to me camper

Well, I suppose I should share my new to me camper with everyone, other than just sharing with the people in the chat room.
I went from a 18 foot 1978 Terry Taurus TT. To a 25 foot, 1998 Jayco Eagle 5th wheel
I sold my old camper on craigslist in 12 hours for more than I bought it for 3 or 4 years ago.

My new 5th wheel, I bought from my neighbor who has been wanting to sell his for 2 years and get a toy hauler, but he just couldn't get any bites on his.
His down fall was it had no slides, and it didn't have a raised roof in the bedroom.
That just so happened to be the selling point right there, I got it for quite a bit less than blue book. He just wanted it gone.


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I love seeing the old classics being used.
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Old 05-06-2012, 12:53 PM   #3
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I love seeing the old classics being used.
I kept my old camper washed and cleaned, and that is what helped sell it so fast.
My new 5th wheel is so clean inside as well. Plus I just washed the outside, the awning, the roof.
I just wanted to upgrade campers. And I am very happy with the new one.
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Sweet, they both look really clean. Happy trailes!
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Congrats on the 20 year upgrade! They both look like they are in great shape. Years ago we had a 1973 24' Terry. We also happened to sell it for more than we paid for it. Love it when it works out like that.
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Congrats! I love a clean camper!
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Congrats...wishing you many happy journeys.
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Very nice looking coaches....nice to see young kids take pride in their rides!
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congrads on the new one andy
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Very nice. I just bought a 1999 Jayce 255bh,and I love it too. I also really likes the shorter height and no slide since it makes it lighter and easier to tow.
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Nice upgrade! Congrats!
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