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Old 10-31-2021, 07:11 AM   #15
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look at Bluebird Wanderlodges. Buybyebluebird and vintage birds are great places to get informed. They have big tankage & are a great value for the $.
I will say that an older RV is a constant labor of love. If you are not able to do the majority of your own maint & repairs you will spend a lot of $ on that. We have a 1987 Wanderlodge & love it. So I know what I am talking about. The other advantage to a Bluebird is an incredibly strong & knowledgable owners forum, Wanderlodge Owners Group. These folks have seen every possible problem with a Wanderlodge and are always ready to help with how to repair and parts location.
I will only say investigate all of your options carefully, ( you will need to join WOG in order to have full access but it is free and they don't give out your contact info to anyone ) Whatever you choose look for complete maint records. That will tell whether you are looking at a bus that has been lovingly cared for or neglected. A neglected, older unit can get real expensive real fast.
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I know when we boondocked in the past, it was easier to add water when boondocking, versus dumping tanks. Most dry camping areas at least have water nearby. So the extra tank space allows you to add another 20-30 gallons.
Exactly. Water is fairly easy to find. Its not always easy to find a place to dump the black tank. Grey tank could be dumped almost anywhere, if it came down to it.
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