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Old 01-18-2015, 02:14 PM   #15
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looks longer than a 23, I have a 23 winne, and mine has no room for a chair, not disputing just sayin, looks can deceive
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Old 01-18-2015, 09:00 PM   #16
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looks longer than a 23, I have a 23 winne, and mine has no room for a chair, not disputing just sayin, looks can deceive
The side by side bed/bath makes a lot of room. Plus a little less inside storage

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Very nice. This is exactly what I wanted when I was shopping for my motorhome. I just couldn't find one anywhere near me. I ended up with my 1989 southwind 32ft. I like it alot...but this is what was looking for. Enjoy it....use it often. You have a good looking coach
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Very nice. This is exactly what I wanted when I was shopping for my motorhome. I just couldn't find one anywhere near me. I ended up with my 1989 southwind 32ft. I like it alot...but this is what was looking for. Enjoy it....use it often. You have a good looking coach
Thanks, I really liked this particular floor plan, on all the units I looked at.
Got a lot of little things done to it, and have actually been driving it to run errands, so as to get a feel for it, and develop some trust. So far I am really happy with the maneuverability of the short length.
Really excited about painting it this spring
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Really excited about painting it this spring
Ooh, please start a thread with pictures and progress of your repaint.
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Ooh, please start a thread with pictures and progress of your repaint.
I definitely will.
I have not painted any cars in many years, so I look forward to it.
I am going to use Rust scat by Coronado, over a primer coat.
I have had a lot of success with it on multiple surfaces over the years in extremely abusive environments
Still need to pick the colors,
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Nice rig, we have a 1995 brave 23 and we love it. We travel with 2, 55 lb Belgium shepherds.
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