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Old 05-30-2015, 05:31 PM   #2353
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Hi Guys and Gals, Didn't have time to post much before. Gordon, nice calc. on the pay scale, I presented it and the boss agreed, thanks . Popeye, yup I figured the DOT thing was tongue in cheek, (nobody that I know of would invite that). I agree I really will enjoy sitting listening to the critters, at least until I find I need to build something. Lynne, I haven't said it before, glad you made it home with very few hiccups, now you can make the MH your own. I like your calculations also it does say what things would have cost it adds up quickly. Gordon, Eleanor says thanks, that was her first attempt at tufting, now we need to do all the upholstery like that. I really have no idea how much time I have spent, or know how to figure, have to think on it.
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Old 05-30-2015, 09:37 PM   #2354
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That nook pad looks pro ! Sure can't tell it was a first try ! If that's what the rest of the place will look like , you will be traveling in real style.

That $45 per hour figure is way too low , figure at least double that at any RV repair AND then double it again cuz the quality of the work you two do is WAY better than anything produced in an RV factory anywhere !!!!
Top quality materials and workmanship through and through.

The best part will be being able to tell everyone you meet that "You built the whole thing yourself" and have the scrapbook to prove it !

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Old 05-31-2015, 05:33 AM   #2355
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Good Morning, Popeye, Eleanor says thanks! We are going to have to carry a photo book in case we ever get stopped by a cop, he will never believe its the year its reg. for . I'll have to show him the book! Rainy day today so not sure what we are doing today. Have a great day
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Terry,
Tell Eleanor that she did a great job on the setee cover, she may have people knocking at the door to do work on their unit.
Gordon, like I have said before, your sense of humor is great, you make me laugh.
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Terry - Your friends TH looks great. I'm guessing the flip was to level the ride height? Plenty of room in there for that sidecar. Looks like they have flip down beds in there too?

Elanor did a great job on that cushion. Like a pro.

Was doing some window shopping for Class A's this morning and this came up. Check out the TH garage in the rear. Thought I'd share. Wonder if you need a special lic for this. 2003 Kingsley T2000 C15 14.6L 1KCK200033J388327 - Central Florida Bus and Auto Sales - Lakeland, Florida 33801
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Terry - Your friends TH looks great. I'm guessing the flip was to level the ride height? Plenty of room in there for that sidecar. Looks like they have flip down beds in there too?

Elanor did a great job on that cushion. Like a pro.

Was doing some window shopping for Class A's this morning and this came up. Check out the TH garage in the rear. Thought I'd share. Wonder if you need a special lic for this. 2003 Kingsley T2000 C15 14.6L 1KCK200033J388327 - Central Florida Bus and Auto Sales - Lakeland, Florida 33801
Jay - I really like it. If it is priced right it would be worth a look.

I like the garage. You could carry a bike and full size grill in there for the complete experience.

Looks well maintained and very well set up.

Only worrisome part is they do not list the price. That may be good but I think it is certainly worth a query.

I estimate they will be asking 450 - 500,000,
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Good afternoon, Frank, Jay, Eleanor says thanks! Jay, His truck is high like alot of new trucks are and we couldn't get the trailer as level as he wanted it without being way to close to the top of the box, so the only way to level was to flip the axles. They have three beds in there two on ether side and one that comes down from the ceiling, for a 27 fter. its not too bad. I really like that truck you found, (I could build that toy hauler floor) that is nice the way it comes down to load. I agree with Gordon that's easy 4 to 500,000. but I would like to drive that more than a class A. I also like the Super C motorhomes.
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Quick question - do you think it is possible to put a reciever on the back end if you want to pull a trailer or toad?
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Believe it or not that Kingsley is listed for $149,995.00. They have it classified as a Class A on the site, but isn't it really a Super C? It's a stunner to be sure. If I could fit a small car in there.........
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WOW Nut !
That rig is a dream !

If you get it there's going to be a LOT of jealous people here.
Well except maybe Terry!
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WOW Nut !
Just looked through again...
Nice lookin' pile of bolts
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WOW Nut !
Just looked through again...
Nice lookin' pile of bolts
Now imagine it with a matching stacker behind it. Oh My!
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I'm sure it makes a lot of jaws drop as it is.
That might just make them fall off....
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It seems to be priced to move at 149.

All I know is I would not mind setting my camp chair under the awning on that rig.

I think it should be able to carry a smart car or perhaps a Fiat.

How would you put a hitch on to pull as stacker?
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