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Old 06-21-2008, 09:29 PM   #15
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Not a Tiger Xl-but I didn't know these where even around.

http://cincinnati.craigslist.org/rvs/722840829.html
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Old 06-22-2008, 01:58 PM   #16
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I have never seen one of those but I do love that brand!!
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As you know Dan there are a whole group of RV'ers that because of the fuel prices and are not in a group with high dollar MH's are going to have to down size like the Tiger or the example in the link.A harder fultimer life,but with the better MPG aleast a life style that will not have to be given up.
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As you know Dan there are a whole group of RV'ers that because of the fuel prices and are not in a group with high dollar MH's are going to have to down size like the Tiger or the example in the link.A harder fultimer life,but with the better MPG aleast a life style that will not have to be given up.

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Old 06-25-2008, 03:36 PM   #19
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Tell that to my pocketbook!!!!!!
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Are the current Tiger RVs an evolution of the older ones? Or a totally different company?

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The company that builds the Tigers is Provans and they built them on Astro platforms almost until Astro's where stopped being built by GM.They current build CX models which are high end truck campers.
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I have a totally renovated 1994 Provan Tiger XL! It has 90,000 miles and runs like a champ! Everything works and it is it's own self-contained unit! It has a new everything! Wanting to sell to get something bigger! If your interested we can send you pictures of the entire project from skeleton to finish!!!
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Hi,

I want to buy a Tiger/Provan.

Anyone has info, please send it to my email address:

denis1lampron@hotmail.com

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