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Old 01-10-2011, 08:09 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Nice P.O.

the previous owner of our "new" RV came over last night and dropped off a few things that were not needed for his new rv. two shore power adapters (30 to 50 amp and 30 to 15 amp), the awning pole/hook, the privacy curtain thet goes under the cabover bunk, and a batch of paperwork. wasnt that nice!
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It's always nice to have people do that . When I bought my MH there were two chairs still in it and when I took them back to the peolple I had gotten it from they were quite pleased. Probably saved them hours of looking for them later.
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That probably tells you something about the care received by your new coach over the years.

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Old 01-10-2011, 09:03 PM   #4
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paul: very nice of you to bring them back their chairs. good on ya!

rick: yeah, the rv looks to be in very nice condition. all the original fabric looks almost like new. the carpet needs a good shampooing, but i can do that when it warms up a bit. a big bit! 30* out right now.
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I think this is not unusual. RV'ers are generally very nice folks. When we traded our last RV in, I did a complete cleanup and left information about how things worked. I think when folks sell a car, they try to cover things up to get more money and are thinking of only the salesman and not the next owner.
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yeah, that sounds about right.
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