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Old 05-29-2007, 08:28 AM   #1
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Man!! Is this camping? Guess it's probably just my country ways, but a little too glitzy for my taste. Even if I won the lottery and could afford $ 1,400,000. Had one of these on TV last night at the 2007 California RV show for $ 2,000,000. The Elegant Lady. Glad there is someone out there that can use this super high tech stuff. The gadgetry is out of this world.Glitzy Ride
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Old 05-29-2007, 08:28 AM   #2
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Man!! Is this camping? Guess it's probably just my country ways, but a little too glitzy for my taste. Even if I won the lottery and could afford $ 1,400,000. Had one of these on TV last night at the 2007 California RV show for $ 2,000,000. The Elegant Lady. Glad there is someone out there that can use this super high tech stuff. The gadgetry is out of this world.Glitzy Ride
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Old 05-29-2007, 10:17 AM   #3
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A bit too much fu fu for this old country boy. Seriously, even if I had the money for that rig, I'd buy something less complicated.
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Old 05-31-2007, 12:26 PM   #4
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We saw a similar Newall, perhaps the same coach, at last year's Tampa RV Supershow. I must admit that if the opportunity and finances presented themselves I would be all over that coach like a duck on a junebug.

We're fulltimers and that coach would be a dream to live in.

Newell is an innovative custom coach builder. One chassis feature I loved on this 45' behemoth is that when you turn the steering wheel, the tag axle tires turn in the opposit direction! This radically improves the turning radius.

Oh well, I'm just one lottery ticket away.
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Now that is what I can a motorhome! It even has a home theatre!

Since we never use our motorhome as a camper... we call it our "condo on wheels"... the Newell would fit in our rv lifestyle just perfectly... too bad it doesn't fit in our budget!...
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