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Old 04-20-2019, 10:11 AM   #15
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We had a 36' 5th wheel. When we saw the size of it the first time, I commented "This thing is a moose!" So the fiver was christened "Bullwinkle". So then the Ram 2500 4x4 needed a name, so it became "Rocky", of course !
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Old 04-20-2019, 07:21 PM   #16
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"Wanda" the wandering Winnebago.
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Old 04-20-2019, 07:38 PM   #17
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Our first motorhome was known as The Mothership. This one we nicknamed Miss Kitty because of the Cat engine that purrs.........
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Old 04-20-2019, 08:20 PM   #18
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I think of it like my cat; it doesnt come when I call it so why give it a name.

oh, and yes, the vet thinks the name is cat.
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Old 04-21-2019, 06:09 AM   #19
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We named ours BORT, for Big Old Rollin Turd, which was taken from the movie RV. Now being true to “movie” life we ended up with a live raccoon in BORT this spring! (Long story on another thread).
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The Tsunami. Since the original Mirada logos had cracked off I had some made up with a huge wave bearing down on a Palm tree. We use it as a surf vehicle and I like to say that it takes a lot to get it moving but once it does it ain't stopping.
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FN -2187 or Finn for better. Ron named it after a former storm trooper in the newer Star Wars movie. The coach's key fob is the republic symbol.
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We named ours BORT, for Big Old Rollin Turd, which was taken from the movie RV. Now being true to “movie” life we ended up with a live raccoon in BORT this spring! (Long story on another thread).

We named our similarly but had no idea that was from a movie.


We call ours BERT, Big Elderly Road Turd.
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Saw this on a boat once, but it would be appropriate for a fulltimer… "The Dunmowin" My father's boat was named "Shebrokus IV"
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Maggie the RV

We named our RV after Maggie from the Simpson, because she sucks gas.

Side note; When we were deciding on a name we'd considered Thumbelina, but the 12 year old absolutely hated it!
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We named ours "Adventure Awaits" our 3 year old calls it the bus. Getting ready to take it out next weekend for the first time.
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We like dinosaurs so we named our T-Rex.
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