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Old 08-06-2012, 10:07 PM   #1
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Question Is there a forum for Rexhalls?

I was looking for one just to learn more about this brand.
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Old 08-06-2012, 10:41 PM   #2
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that's a good question, I don't see one. Rexhall seems to be one of those often overlooked brands....even though there are quite a few Rexhalls out on the road (especially older ones). It seems they turned to focus on making high-tech, high end machines with sleek/spacey looks. They're a far cry from the Rexhalls of 8+yrs ago (which were nice in their own right).
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I had a RexAir for 15 years. Here's about as close as I have found:

Welcome to Rexhalltips.com
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Old 08-07-2012, 10:04 AM   #4
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Cool

Ours is a Excell 3600 Rexhall, rear engine, 8.3 liter ISC Cummins, built in 1999 but not licensed until 2000. Allison World Transmission.

It is huge, white, and solidly ugly-- but the more we tinker and prepare and dream, well, the more I love it.

Hubby refuses to let me give it a name.

Thanks for the link.
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Hi, KAS!

There's also a Yahoo! owners group, rexhall_motorhomes : Rexhall_Motorhomes

We have a new-to-us 2002 Rexhall Vision 26, and we are having fun figuring it out. It's nice to hear from another Rexhall owner

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Ours is a Excell 3600 Rexhall, rear engine, 8.3 liter ISC Cummins, built in 1999 but not licensed until 2000. Allison World Transmission.

It is huge, white, and solidly ugly-- but the more we tinker and prepare and dream, well, the more I love it.

Hubby refuses to let me give it a name.

Thanks for the link.
Some of them had rather odd looking noses, but other than that, I rather like the look of them.
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Hi, KAS!

There's also a Yahoo! owners group, rexhall_motorhomes : Rexhall_Motorhomes

We have a new-to-us 2002 Rexhall Vision 26, and we are having fun figuring it out. It's nice to hear from another Rexhall owner

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We purchased ours from the sheriff's department in a nearby city, they found it too wide to easily get around the downtown area-- so it is full of desks and just perfect for me to redo the living space my way.

I like the project, RVing is new to me, but hubby has built his own out of vans and buses and such more than once. I think he can do just about anything!
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We purchased ours from the sheriff's department in a nearby city, they found it too wide to easily get around the downtown area-- so it is full of desks and just perfect for me to redo the living space my way.
It sounds like a fascinating project. I hope you'll post before and after photos!
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