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Old 11-19-2014, 07:27 PM   #1
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Flippin RV's

Great American Country channel has this new series on flippen rv's and tonights series are on vintage TT and there has been some great shows on with some great ideas even for those with things other then TT. Lovin it.
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I watched three episodes. Much better then Big Time RV where they show people stuff way over their budget. Enjoyed seeing some of the older RVs.
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AWW CRAP I missed it!
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Old 11-20-2014, 12:18 PM   #4
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Appears they do anything pre 1964. Buy, rebuild, & sale or rebuild for owners. Sometimes doing upgrades. However, one show they did one they put the honey bucket back into the TT.

I didn't see anything motorized that they rebuilt. Seems all TT.

But will watch it again.


http://www.gactv.com/gac/shows_hrlgd/
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Last time I watched Big Time RV the salesman showed a couple a MH over their budget, way over their budget, & twice their budget. Never had an interest in the show or the Tampa dealer after that.

I've watched several episodes of Flippin RVs. What does Flyte Camp mean?
Saw the episode where the owner wanted her TT rebuilt but the honey bucket to stay. Saw some where upgrades were done like electric heater & roof AC.
I think the best show was where there was so much damage to a TT they ended up taking it down to the trailer floor & complete rebuild.
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Last time I watched Big Time RV the salesman showed a couple a MH over their budget, way over their budget, & twice their budget. Never had an interest in the show or the Tampa dealer after that.

I've watched several episodes of Flippin RVs. What does Flyte Camp mean?
Saw the episode where the owner wanted her TT rebuilt but the honey bucket to stay. Saw some where upgrades were done like electric heater & roof AC.
I think the best show was where there was so much damage to a TT they ended up taking it down to the trailer floor & complete rebuild.
Flyte Camp is the name of their facility where they do all the work.

https://www.flytecamp.com/
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Dang! We don't get that in Canada.
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i have seen a couple of there shows,,,,i really like it..
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Good show but all they do is flip TT's. Would also like to see a show that flips Class A's.
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I could almost do a show....I'm on my 6th coach in less than 5 years! LOL
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lol....im starting my third since last summer,,,,with 2 more to go.....
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I like when owners have issues that need taken care of. Like the AC in the rear under the bed that they had to figure out how to separate intake & exhaust.

Or the artist lady that needed a heater in her small TT.

Or the oven that was heating everything up which turned out to be the oven door not fully shutting & they ended up using magnets.
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i saw those episodes,,,,we had it for only a short time now we dont,,,we get the exctreme rv show,,,,multi billion dollar mh,s....that just makes my head spin....lol
but i swear i just love the old tt,s or really old mh,s that are still alive because someone saved it from the boneyard..
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