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Old 09-18-2013, 09:26 PM   #15
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Have been doing lots of research in our quest for an RV and have read lots of good things about the Brave. Great way to move up without it costing lots of $$$
You know bang for the buck its really good, as long as you can find one without any delam your ok, mine only has 50k on it and we picked it up for just under 7 and figure it's worth about double that here in Canada. Of course we have been working through some issues but its a hobby and a fun hobby when you can use some ingenuity so the fixes don't cost much we plan on keeping this one till the kids don't want to camp any more with mom and dad then upsize a bit

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Old 09-18-2013, 09:47 PM   #16
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Old 09-23-2013, 08:41 AM   #17
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Congrats, for the newer RV, and making wifey happy. Two thumbs up!
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You know the rule of a happy marriage. " happy wife, happy life "
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Old 09-23-2013, 02:04 PM   #19
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Well I don't believe I'm doing this again already this year but I'm pretty peacock proud of the new family rig. We actually had no intentions of selling our old rig seeing as we had fixed all the motor issues resealed and full maintenance done. It was ready to go, Well low and behold someone knocked on the door wanting to know if we were interested in selling out out a number that would make me come out of this "project" a few bucks ahead. Low and behold they said they will take it and want it an gone within 2 hours. The boss lady said SOLD! Which lead us on a 3 hour journey to Seattle to find this beauty and was actually the only one we looked at. After a good look over we realized it was darn near mint and the seller told a pretty good story
Unfourtunatly it was only a story after fixing the fridge and hot water heater and a new set of brake pads as well as new exhaust manifolds we have a really nice unit for a little less then we sold the old Motorhome for plus its 5 feet longer and 5 years newer, and this alone makes the wife happy lol
It's a 1995 Winnebago Brave 31 ft with only 50k miles with 4 year old tires we are a happy happy family but now we just have to name her
Driving Ms Winnie? Looks very nice
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Old 09-23-2013, 08:48 PM   #20
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Bravely forging new memories with more space and taking 5 years off to boot. Don't worry about like new carpet until its like less then new. Two benefits, cushy (but maybe dusty in some places) feet and once you do get those new floorboards but in, it'll be like having a new rig a second time without any of the new to me bugs.

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