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Old 01-16-2013, 02:58 PM   #1
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Old 01-16-2013, 03:10 PM   #2
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an air mattress and coffee maker and you're good-to-go ...
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Old 01-16-2013, 03:12 PM   #3
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Wow- one would think that the pics were of a bus, not a luxury moho!
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All one needs with that is an ice chest and air mattress. Once you pull into a campground no one is going to know what is inside anyhow. Unless they bring an ice chest and beer.
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I could think of a few things to do with the inside.
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I could think of a few things to do with the inside.
You know, if I actually wanted a Prevost, I think I'd buy one that looks just exactly like the one posted and do the whole inside myself!

The things that matter most structurally and travel-wise are already there, and since in that scenario I have money to burn anyway it would be great fun to do all the frou-frou just the way I'd want it.
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You know, if I actually wanted a Prevost, I think I'd buy one that looks just exactly like the one posted and do the whole inside myself..........
Actually that is what you get when you buy a Prevost, you get the shell only. Prevost does not build motorhomes.
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Isn't it like $500k just in that state?
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I knew the owner of Millenium Coaches and about 10 years ago the shells cost between 350 and 400 depending on slideouts.
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You're fueling my addiction! We're getting our finances in order and hope to be in one within 2 years. Not new, of course, but somewhere around a 2007. I put a picture of a Thompson Prevost on my desktop in my classroom so I can remember why I'm working!!
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The first thing I'd do is paint that puppy something besides black-with-swirly-brown things on the sides.

I definitely want flames, but can't decide on a background color.
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The first thing I'd do is paint that puppy something besides black-with-swirly-brown things on the sides.

I definitely want flames, but can't decide on a background color.
Install a Norcold refrigerator.
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Install a Norcold refrigerator.
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I hereby modify my earlier statement to say "I definitely want flames so long as they're painted on and not just shooting out the side of the rig."
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