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Old 08-04-2010, 06:40 PM   #1
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New on the board, but not new to camping, we have worked our way up from a converted Bedford ambulance (while stationed at Molesworth England in the late 90s), through a 19ft 1970 Starcraft Class A, a 27ft 1971 Travco, a 33ft 1987 Foretravel Grand Villa (still sitting here trying to figure out what to do with it) on to our retirement gift to ourselves a 2000 Newmar Dutchstar (first diesel pusher). having more trouble with the 2000 than with anything previous but love the power and the extra room (first rig with a slide out). Hoping this forum will help us work through the issues with the new to us coach like previous classic RV forums have helped with the others.

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