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Old 08-26-2013, 08:02 PM   #1
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Older Class C with fiberglass roofs and end caps??

Were there Class Cs in the mid to late 90s (1996-1999) that had fiberglass roofs and fiberglass end caps? If so, some names would be appreciated. Thanks
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Were there Class Cs in the mid to late 90s (1996-1999) that had fiberglass roofs and fiberglass end caps? If so, some names would be appreciated. Thanks
I am not sure about the end caps but I believe in the time frame you are looking at only the Winnebago Minnie Winnie's had a fiberglass roof. In later years Forest River is now building a fiberglass roof as well but that is only in the more recent model years.
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Another forum suggested I look into the Born Free line of MH. They are all fiberglass. Older models are limited, essentially, three sizes, but the 26 footer with a corner bed might work. It doesn't have a booth dinette but maybe the two swivel chairs could be replaced with a small booth set. Does anyone know if they had any weakness that showed up as they aged? Also, I have found they are scarce regarding the for sale market. Thanks
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