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Old 07-11-2013, 12:01 PM   #1
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One less MH

Not sure anyone needs two class A MHs, I did sell my older one this week.
It was mechanically sound, low miles, in great shape, inside and out. It had some 12v elec system problems, no power unless on shore power, broken connection into water pump, and the fridge decided to stop working. Given the issues, we were happy with the $$ we got.
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How's your other one?
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Looks like it was a well taken care of rig. I hope your new one makes great memories!
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We had the Pace since 2001, it had been good to us, we put ~13k miles on it, a lot time spent in the Janes Cabin lot when Copper was under previous mgmt, they allowed us to stay in the lot, granted we did not set up chairs or a grill . We used it around the state mostly, Crestted Butte to Granby and points in between, we did take it to the Grand Canyon and to upstate New York via Myrtle Beach. The last 5 years it has not seen much use, with our kids in HS and college, we spent a lot of time traveling around for Basketball.
Now, one out of college and the other with a couple years left, we had planned to get the Pace back in fighting shape and the DW and I were going to start using it again, but then my father got ill and needed to get rid of his MH, a 96 Itasca Suncruiser 34, which we bought last Nov. We have put nearly 12k miles on it, spent a total of nine weeks in it since we got it, we put new tires, new brakes, new wheel covers, new flat screen and new microwave in it, cleaned it, gave it the ZepWet treatment and we are planning to use it quite a bit for college basketball season, perhaps just finding a RV park spot to leave it for the season.
Sorry to see the old one go, it was really good to us, spent all of its time at home under cover, but after coming back to it after being away for 2 years, it had developed a 12v system issue that I could not resolve.
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