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Old 12-24-2010, 10:47 AM   #15
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hippie man Do not get confused with class B and super B super b are of the Volvo, Freightliner type

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Old 12-27-2010, 01:20 PM   #16
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Super b? Ok, u lost me, whats a super b?
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Hippyman, If I wanted something 18' long, that gets good gas mileage and has it all. I'd look for a Toyota Sunrader 1978 -82 180 Liftback. Its actually a class C. I've had 3 of them over the years and only 200 were made. I know where one is right now for $2k, needs some work, but its awesome. It has the 20r engine and will get up to 18mpg if driven right. Now this rig needs some work, but its well worth it if you want to fit in a parking spot, have a 3 burner stove etc.
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forgot to add a picture. Go to www.sunrader.com and you will see my old 180 up there in the banner.
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Hippyman, If I wanted something 18' long, that gets good gas mileage and has it all. I'd look for a Toyota Sunrader 1978 -82 180 Liftback. Its actually a class C. I've had 3 of them over the years and only 200 were made. I know where one is right now for $2k, needs some work, but its awesome. It has the 20r engine and will get up to 18mpg if driven right. Now this rig needs some work, but its well worth it if you want to fit in a parking spot, have a 3 burner stove etc.
I remember a 20R engine. I could change the points out and adjust them by having the truck in gear and just moving the tires.
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forgot to add a picture. Go to www.sunrader.com and you will see my old 180 up there in the banner.
Thanx, but after some research, I think a good used class A is better suited for me. I need something thats heavier, for a high wind situation, not to mention all the extra room.
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I think your confusing Class B with Class C. Super C is based on a large truck like F550, International 4200 etc. These are the most powerful Class C's that are made.
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