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Old 06-08-2019, 11:53 AM   #1
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Where Motorhomes go to die

I found this link looking for something else. This is fantastic, look at all the ones which caught fire. Wow.

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When I wintered in AZ I went to Arizona RV Salvage in Phoenix. There were lots of totaled and burned RVs in their yard. Tons of parts in the warehouse too.
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Very interesting, thanks for posting.
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I've gone to Visione RV in KY several times. They have dozens ( if not hundreds) of salvaged RV's. Huge inventory. They have a large warehouse full of just about anything you'd want.
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