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Old 07-26-2017, 09:31 AM   #15
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Get the best of both worlds and Google my rig, it has a 60"x80" (queen) bunk that drops down above the cockpit; bunk at night no bunk by day.

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I do love that floor plan with the breakfast bar but no way both of my kids would last being in the same overhead bunk...fights break out when they're 10 feet away from each other let alone right next to each other
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Old 07-26-2017, 10:19 AM   #16
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We have a Winnebago Vista 32K (2010) that has (well, had) bunks. It's just the 2 of us and we're not expecting our kids to travel with us. At first we skipped past them when searching new. Then we started looking at pre-owned by owner and found this coach. The selling point? The previous owner had removed the bunks, installed a Splendide washer/dryer combo and created some storage cabinets. All done with nicely matched doors to the rest of the coach.
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Old 07-26-2017, 04:26 PM   #17
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Bunks

We have had ours for six years and ordered it new . Some times I think it would be nice to have more storage there . But we have two daughters and are hope full for grand kids . We use this space for storage for now and the cost to up grade is a lot more money. The coach still works for us for now. So If we where ordering a new one now we would relay have to think about the bunks again.
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Old 07-26-2017, 07:25 PM   #18
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I had to hunt far and wide to find my used bunkhouse model. When I finally found one locally, I searched and there was only 1 more for sale (on RVTrader) in the entire country.

I think used bunkhouses don't last long on the market. I would have no worries about resale.
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In 2007 we bought an Itasca 35J in 2013 we put it on a consignment lot and a Kijiji add. Had the first person to look make an offer and buy. So while we priced it to sell, there wasn't a lot of inventory around for the buyers to choose from. We never regretted the bunks. Kids loved them (so did we). We are almost back in the market but our kids are now later teens so we may not want bunks at all. But if we decide sooner rather than later even late teens who may come part time we would do bunks again. We had tons of storage in our 35J, and kitchen space was as good or better than I saw in non bunk plans. So no, I wouldn't not buy if I had kids to sleep regularly.
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