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Old 03-10-2019, 09:39 PM   #1
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Post Just signed docs for a 2019 Flair 32S

Took a short test drive and signed the papers. This makes our 12th RV.
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Congrats. Be sure to post pics when you pick 'er up.
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Congratulations! We purchased a new 2018 Flair 31A in December. We stopped in to the dealer to just get some ideas for a future purchase to replace our ageing Winnebago, didn't even have Fleetwood on our radar. They were moving out the last of the 2018s, the Flair was almost 50% off MSRP, couldn't even come close to the quality for the price in any other MH so jumped on it. So far it's been great, only have had one problem when the dash AC switch quit working which was replaced by the dealer. There isn't much information about the Flair in these forums, it appears to be mostly Bounder owners. Nice to see another Flair owner on board.
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Your Flair is a bounder without all the standard features, but many had them added to make them equal, but less money. All of our holding tanks, stove, water heater and refrigerator had Bounder written on them with lumber crayon. The main difference is the front and rear caps on the Flair.
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Your Flair is a bounder without all the standard features, but many had them added to make them equal, but less money. All of our holding tanks, stove, water heater and refrigerator had Bounder written on them with lumber crayon. The main difference is the front and rear caps on the Flair.
Thank you for this info - it will help us in learning more about our new RV.
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Old 03-27-2019, 10:30 PM   #6
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Smile Finally took our 2019 Flair 32S home.

What a fantastic RV.

Two full RV bathrooms (Sink, commode, shower), a kingsize bed, an armoire with 10 drawers and 2 closets, a vanity table with a window and TV above it.

The 5.5kw generator has EFI, the vents already come with covers as do the slideouts. Two A/C units, a queensize drop-down bed above the cab, another TV in the living area, and an outside 50" TV.

All packed into a spacious 33' motorhome where everything is reachable even with the slideouts in.

That's our way of "roughing it".
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