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Old 08-28-2012, 11:33 AM   #15
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Different strokes I suppose. When we looked a coaches (1 yr used) we immeadiately discounted the value of any coach without a full range by $1500. The approx cost to replace the stove and do the cabinetry. Having an RV witout a fully functional kitchen just did not make sense to us.

We have RV'd for nearly 14 yrs now and I can count on one hand the number of trips where the oven did NOT get used.

When we travel in the RV is one of the few times I actually have the TIME to cook the way I want to.

Now I would love to replace our micro with an advantium. Have one at home and use it all the time.
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Old 08-28-2012, 02:58 PM   #16
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Ou have a microwave / convention oven. To use. I have never used the oven once. I habit had three RV over the pass eighy
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Old 08-28-2012, 03:00 PM   #17
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Ou have a microwave / convention oven. To use. I have never used the oven once. I habit had three RV over the pass eighy
Eight years and have never used the oven once. Just storage space. So would not miss the oven but would love the additional storage!
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Old 08-28-2012, 03:35 PM   #18
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Different strokes I suppose. When we looked a coaches (1 yr used) we immeadiately discounted the value of any coach without a full range by $1500. The approx cost to replace the stove and do the cabinetry. Having an RV witout a fully functional kitchen just did not make sense to us.

We have RV'd for nearly 14 yrs now and I can count on one hand the number of trips where the oven did NOT get used.

When we travel in the RV is one of the few times I actually have the TIME to cook the way I want to.

Now I would love to replace our micro with an advantium. Have one at home and use it all the time.
I believe the 2011 sightseer has a convection/microwave combo making the oven unnecessary. We are foodies and we cook, but have yet to use the oven in our sightseer, the convection oven is just as good or better, easier to use and doesn't use my propane.
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Old 08-28-2012, 06:09 PM   #19
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I believe the 2011 sightseer has a convection/microwave combo making the oven unnecessary. We are foodies and we cook, but have yet to use the oven in our sightseer, the convection oven is just as good or better, easier to use and doesn't use my propane.
Exactly! We mostly us the baroque !
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Baroque

Baroque: extravagantly ornate, florid, and convoluted in character or style
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You don't need to pay factory prices. This use to be a washer/dryer

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This was done at Lazy Days.
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Great looking. If u do not mind. What they set u back?
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Great looking. If u do not mind. What they set u back?
Thank you.
It was part of my negotiation with the dealer ( Lazy Days )
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I am not far from lazy days gives an option !
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