The vintage folks are kind of like a fraternity in some ways. The thing that binds them is the uniqueness of the older RVs.
We have had new and old and never saw any battles, except a few of the folks with the $250,000 Plus coaches can be a bit snooty toward an older neighbor...but they are few and far between.
We had a 1979 Silver Streak and beautiful 1989 Avion. There is nothing on the market today built to the quality of these Avions.
We were really torn about selling the Avion, but we are looking to go full time within the year and the Avion was too small, so we sold it and got a Carriage Cameo.
My wife and I really enjoy seeing the older rigs on the road and have a lot of respect to those that keep them rolling.
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