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Old 02-03-2014, 03:33 PM   #15
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The AC Heritage has four opening windows on curbside plus one non opening bath and five opening windows street side, all with screening, night shades and day shades. The "tiny galley" has a dishwasher, two burner induction cooktop, high end convection microwave, double sink, coupled with corian countertops. Add the residential double door frig with large lower pull out freezer. Plus the slide out pantry. IMO this is a mighty fine galley. As to having to careen ones torso and neck to view the front tv you'll find the floor plans offer additional 40 to 42 inch Sony TV with home theater. These are located depending on floor plan, directly across from a large leather couch with full queen bed or your choice of two European designed recliners. Or, a built in 42 inch Sony with credenza coupled with working fireplace. 32 inch Sony tv in the bedroom and exterior entertainment center. The set placed midship offers the availability for multiple persons viewing quite comfortably. Note the windows are flush on the slides and may not be readily visible. No I don't own a Heritage but would love to!
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Another consideration is the window may have matching graphics on the window, which is standard I believe on a Heritage which makes the window look like they are part of the graphics.
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The AC Heritage has four opening windows on curbside plus one non opening bath and five opening windows street side, all with screening, night shades and day shades. The "tiny galley" has a dishwasher, two burner induction cooktop, high end convection microwave, double sink, coupled with corian countertops. Add the residential double door frig with large lower pull out freezer. Plus the slide out pantry. IMO this is a mighty fine galley. As to having to careen ones torso and neck to view the front tv you'll find the floor plans offer additional 40 to 42 inch Sony TV with home theater. These are located depending on floor plan, directly across from a large leather couch with full queen bed or your choice of two European designed recliners. Or, a built in 42 inch Sony with credenza coupled with working fireplace. 32 inch Sony tv in the bedroom and exterior entertainment center. The set placed midship offers the availability for multiple persons viewing quite comfortably. Note the windows are flush on the slides and may not be readily visible. No I don't own a Heritage but would love to!
Here is the floorplan for the Heritage that was parked next to me and you can see that it has exactly one window on the street side:

http://americancoach.com/americanher...loorplans/45BT

Yes, the one window was covered by a matching screen, but I am perceptive enough to be able to tell the difference between a window and wall.

You will also notice that the only kitchen counter is a small area to the right of the sink. The counter to the left of the sink is taken up by the induction cooktop.

Part of the problem on these forums is that people often start with the assumption that the other person must be wrong. I wouldn't have posted what I did without having consulted the floorplan first.
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Here is the floorplan for the Heritage that was parked next to me and you can see that it has exactly one window on the street side:

http://americancoach.com/americanher...loorplans/45BT

Yes, the one window was covered by a matching screen, but I am perceptive enough to be able to tell the difference between a window and wall.

You will also notice that the only kitchen counter is a small area to the right of the sink. The counter to the left of the sink is taken up by the induction cooktop.

Part of the problem on these forums is that people often start with the assumption that the other person must be wrong. I wouldn't have posted what I did without having consulted the floorplan first.
Well docj, I'm going to make a wild guess here and assume that you won't be buying the AH 45BT. I think that all that Clayobx was pointing out was that you could get some of the things you want in a different floor plan. We miss the ovens in the higher end coaches but DW has learned to get by with the convection/microwave ( we're old school, she doesn't like it) We have a $30 toaster oven that sits on our counter, DW uses it for a lot of things, but I really enjoy the fact that she can toast up a corn dog for me in there while i'm driving. King Aire- Corn dog!! We're probably going to get kicked out of that snooty " look at me" gang that has been referred to on this thread.
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If I had that much money I would buy one and enjoy not cooking.
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If I had that much money I would buy one and enjoy not cooking.
Me and DW both Italian, She's a gonna cook
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Yep, your out! Oh well! Bet DW can produce some fine pasta dishes on that there King Aire corn dog machine!
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Yep, your out! Oh well! Bet DW can produce some fine pasta dishes on that there King Aire corn dog machine!
Yup, and she also makes a pretty good toasted bologna sandwich, " Oh Lovey, are we having Escargot with our bologna sandwiches today" ?? ya just gotta laugh
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