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Old 07-29-2011, 08:27 PM   #15
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Hey Juscruisin!

Sorry, guy...
I really thought you were kidding around- I had no idea they really offered RV's with fireplaces and multiple T.V.'s...

I'll just go and attempt to extract my foot from my mouth...


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Old 07-29-2011, 08:28 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Francesca View Post
Since you can't see the hitch in the photo I can't say what the tow vehicle is...
but this little rig might hold it all:

man that is my idea of sweet trailer trash. I am so jealous......ronspradley

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Old 07-29-2011, 08:45 PM   #17
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Only things I HAVE to have in the RV is my DW and a nice relaxing time!

OK, and a good bottle of wine which meshes the above 2 items nicely.
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Old 07-29-2011, 10:08 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by Jus Cruisin View Post
Find that after you got your RV it is of no use/waste of money/impractical/etc?

I don't have an RV yet and some of the things I think I need are
3 A/C units, Aqua hot, in motion sat, bath & 1/2, 4 hd tv's, free standing chairs/table instead of a booth, basement slide out trays, fireplace, residential fridge, power hoses, awnings and stackable washer/dryer

Lookin' for a little help thru experience.

Hey--knock yourself out---get it all if you can afford it-----if you put it on the list then you must think it would bring you joy-----who else would you want to satisfy if not yourself? Make sure you post some pictures---love to see what you get.

You did not mention slide outs so with all that stuff it could get crowded----get a few of those as well---I'd say four.
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Old 07-29-2011, 11:55 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Jus Cruisin View Post
Ok, I see this is helping a bunch.

I was giving some examples of what be added to a low line Aspire and they all seem to be minor in the overall cost.

The mods can delete if y' all want.
No need to delete...the 'ribbing' is all in good nature. I'm just a little jealous I can't afford such toys. I once saw a diesel Class A with a smart car...no a Mini Cooper tucked into a 'garage' in the back of it...at $2 point something million, I had to pass.

Have fun with your search...buy that you can afford with all the toys you want to maintain. Bob
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Old 07-30-2011, 12:35 AM   #20
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Old 07-30-2011, 06:39 AM   #21
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Old 07-30-2011, 08:05 AM   #22
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This is how I hope to move my Roush Mustang, Corvette and Screamin Eagle Road Glide around. Not enough room in the basement for 'em.

It apparent I posted this in the wrong area. Should have been in the Class A section. I do appreciate the heated floor option. I am hoping the running change from Freightliner to Spartan chassis on the Entegra Aspire will allow a 15k hitch. I really don't want to move up to the Anthem if possible.

No RV....yet.

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I guess I'm easy. I love to tinker and the ice maker didn't work anyhow, so I pulled it and the barrel chair next to the door out and installed an old wooden desk and rolling office chair instead. The desk is a small one, 24"X40", big drawer just under the desktop, three nice drawers on either side of the kneehole. I keep my small hand tools, multimeter, note pads etc in the drawers, laptop on the desk. Now I have a neat place to fix or tinker to my heart's content. I bought it at a rehab/mission for 20.00. It looks made back in the 40's, all wood, pretty-ish, but very light weight, not like that particle board crap. Was wasted space. Now I can sit comfortably, look out the window, feel the breeze coming in. I still have the original coach light right above the work area, and it does what I want, and so do I.
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Old 08-05-2011, 01:26 AM   #24
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Francesca, where are you finding those entertaining pics? I'd enjoy seeing the highrise community in real life -- or is it computer trickery?
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Old 08-05-2011, 02:06 AM   #25
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One of the first features I prefer is to have a decent viewing angle of the TV, not at 90 degrees from where you sit.

Our next RV will be a DP and for fulltime living.
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Old 08-05-2011, 06:47 AM   #27
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Why not just buy a 2012 Foretravel IH-45 and have it customized the way you want--only $1,199,000.00 plus tax.
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Old 08-05-2011, 06:54 AM   #28
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3 A/C units are a must if you travel in a hot area and have a big rig . . . plus the washer and dryer is a godsend if you're in your rig a lot. I must say, the electric/propane fireplaces confuse me.

I saw a sign in a rig once that I thought was perfect. It was at least a 40 foot Beaver, and the sign said "This coach serves drinks for 6, dinner for 4, and sleeps 2." I need that sign!!

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