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Old 09-16-2016, 11:54 AM   #57
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Beaver.

And the logo. Put your dirty mind on and think about it.
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Old 09-16-2016, 12:15 PM   #59
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Beaver.

And the logo. Put your dirty mind on and think about it.

guess you didn't see post #50, and you were going to ask if you could check out his wife's rv... I;m bad...
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Old 09-16-2016, 01:26 PM   #60
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Sea Breeze! I'm lovin' it.
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Old 09-16-2016, 01:33 PM   #61
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I can't believe the most famous RV ever has not been mentioned. The Condor

That looks just like the one cousin Eddie drove in Christmas Vacation. "Don't you go fallin' in love with it now"
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Old 09-25-2016, 04:04 PM   #62
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Saw a Presidential parked next to an Ambassador! Sadly no camera on hand.
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This one lives up to its name.
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are you jealous of all the features you dont have that the see ya gold has?? or a ceiling that looks like home?? oh i know what you mean, as most only remember the shotgun sides eh??

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oh oh lets have a Friendly for fun post on what each coach has that the other doesnt.. sounds like fun, not? ya know i just bought a Alfa Gold and it really is nice ..i traded my London Aire for it.. and much better...Now im not mad or anything i just thought it would be a good game that other might like to follow. or we could allow anybody to post?? sounds like fun!! jeff
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Wow - climb down there buddy! I think you are missing the spirit of the thread! Since I was young I've seen this logo on the highway and always thought it was cute - nothing more.
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ok ill climb down but i was already old when that logo came out..
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On this trip that just ended a couple hours ago I have seen an Intruder, an Invader, several Crusaders and an Earthroamer.

I still wonder how some of these names are chosen
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I do believe my rig takes the prize in the huh??? department. I looked up the definition of Cynara. It is the scientific name for artichokes. Made by Forest River it is the cheaper stepsister of the Forester.

I wonder why it wasn't a big seller? Aren't artichokes the first thing you think about when you want to go camping?
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"I wonder why it wasn't a big seller? Aren't artichokes the first thing you think about when you want to go camping?"
Yes, that is a funny name. Reminds me of the Scottsdale Community College athletics mascot: the "Fighting Artichokes"!

So if I buy a Dolphin motorhome, will I have a problem with the suspension "porpoising" as I go down the highway?
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