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Old 05-19-2015, 08:48 PM   #1
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Finally found our Class C

After 40 years of Vintage trailers we looked at each other and said "old ain't as cool as it used to be". Don't get me wrong, vintage is cool, but it was time to move on. We exhaustively looked for monthes, looking at travel trailers, small class A's, Class B's, and class C's. Only 2 of us and a 2 year old Boxer-Lab, and we wanted small and well built. We saw a lot of crap, both new and old, and traveled 100's of miles in our search. In the end we fould our perfect (not everyone elses) RV, a half mile from our house. 1 owner, meticulous records, extremely clean, and after a couple of minutes we looked at each other and said "this is it!" A 2002 Born Free 24RB! Yes, not for everyone, but the perfect size and layout for us, and after driving now for a while and 1 trip so far I'm so impressed with the quality, quite ride, and drieabilty. Easy to drive and park anywhere. Now looking for a light weight aluminum trailer to tow our cars with, and looking forward to years of enjoyment.

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