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Old 10-22-2010, 07:16 PM   #1
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Talking The Revolution - it's done, its done, WOO HOO, ITS DONE!!!!

I'd posted photos of the chassis, before it was rolled onto the assembly line. It came out the other end today and just before it was shipped my 'inside man' took a mess of photos that I am allowed to share.

We're scheduled to take delivery a week from Monday at Tom Johnson's, in Marion NC. Can't wait!!!
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Wow, no make that WOW!!!
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I'l call that WOW and raise you a DANG.

I really like the light wood interior.

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Old 10-22-2010, 07:43 PM   #4
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I really like the light wood interior.

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Yea, so did my wife...
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Soooo pretty, Jay. You & Peggy have great tastes. Thanks for posting the pics. I, too, like the light woods (that's what we went with in our coach - the dark looks rich, but makes it a "cave" when it's gloomy/dark out). Also the etched glass on the mirrors. I'm gonna get a glass etching kit & try a similar pattern on my mirrored wardrobe doors. I may have a Bounder but she can dream she's an AC.

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P.S. That looks like a full wall slide, is it? Let us know how you like it. Dave really likes how they, in conjunction with a curb slide, open up the living area. He keeps looking at those models at our dealer. I do too but I'm not willing to go into debt on a new coach to get it.

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Old 10-22-2010, 09:25 PM   #9
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Hey, when it comes right down to it, that Bounder can go anyplace the Revolution can.

Yes, that is a 'full wall' slide. It really does open up the coach.

Next photos we post will be after we take delivery.
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WOW WOW WOW thats a great looking layout


i have to laugh at one thing
your main awning is placed just like mine and as what i think is screwed up.
on the sidewall vice the slide so when its extended it goes straight out with no way to tilt it down for more shade

mine looks like a big flat dark panel......


good to see damon isn't the only one that flubbbed it up
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WOW WOW WOW thats a great looking layout


i have to laugh at one thing
your main awning is placed just like mine and as what i think is screwed up.
on the sidewall vice the slide so when its extended it goes straight out with no way to tilt it down for more shade

mine looks like a big flat dark panel......


good to see damon isn't the only one that flubbbed it up
Thanks, and you're right about the awning. I think its endemic to the electric awnings. On another forum some have added a 2' "sun shade" that is, apparently, able to roll right up with the awning, no problem. These have grommets on the bottom which can be used to tie it down, or to add another 'extension', more of a traditional sun shade, if you will.
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That is so nice. I know you will enjoy it.
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i can't see anything i would change! it is beautiful hope you have many years and miles of fun and safe travels! jim & sue
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