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Old 09-05-2015, 09:36 PM   #1
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Our new rig.

We realized pretty quickly that the 15 Winnebago Vista 35F that we bought a few months ago wasn't going to be the live in semi full time rig that we thought it was going to be so we traded it in for 15 Itasca Solei 36G. We want to travel to see my one of my sons who's in the army and stationed at Fort Benning in GA and another of my sons who moved to CA 4yrs ago and says he never coming back and figured out that we needed more of a live in type of motorhome to travel those disatnces and the 36G definitely has a great floor plan and way more room the 35F and and just fits our needs perfectly. We got an amazing deal on the Itasca and call us crazy but we jumped on it.
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Old 09-05-2015, 09:52 PM   #2
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It is gorgeous! And, we don't think you're crazy. We just did the same thing...traded our 2015 Bounder for a 2015 Discovery. It sounds like you got what you wanted and you can be on your way! Congratulations!
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Congratulations Digger!! Go and have some fun.
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Old 09-06-2015, 09:22 AM   #4
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You're part of a community of "crazies" here, we're all part of the same asylum.

Beautiful coach. May you enjoy many happy (s)miles in it.
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Congrats folks, you have much more coach now, enjoy.
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Great choice! I hope you folks make wonderful memories in your new coach.
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Old 09-07-2015, 01:46 PM   #7
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Thanks everyone. We're chomping at the bit to get on the open road with it.
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Very nice!! enjoy
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Beautiful, lighter colors.
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I pulled my trailer to the MX races this weekend and the new coach pulled it like it wasn't there which I was super happy about. I could drive it with 1 finger (not that I would) unlike my other coach which required 2 hands tightly gripped on the steering wheel (NOT FUN). We're loving our new coach. It has plenty of room for us 3 and you can get to pretty much everything with the slides in while driving. It drives straight as a arrow and just cruises along like I'm driving my pick up truck.






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Very nice, says 36g, looks longer than 36 feet
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Old 10-13-2015, 09:54 AM   #13
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Very nice, says 36g, looks longer than 36 feet
Thank you very much :-) I completely agree. It seems a lot bigger than our 15 35F was and it's listed at a little over 35'. The 36G is listed at 37'10"
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Congratulations!! Great looking rig. Enjoy.
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