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Old 12-06-2022, 12:32 AM   #1
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Old rexair ceiling height question

I'm thinking about a road trip to look at an old 1990 Rexair. One question I have is, are the 1990 Rexair ceilings really only 75 inches? I'm 6 foot and I'll only have 3 inches of clearance? I'm only asking because that's what an old brochure I found said and I can't imagine anyone making a class A with such a low ceiling... I would think that would make it claustrophobic.
If that's true, I may not waste my time on driving a hundred and fifty miles to go see it. Supposedly it's in good shape and running, but everyone says that.

Thanks in advance for confirmation or correction.

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It's very possible that's the height. I have a friend who has a 1998 Rexall and his ceiling is about that high.

Take a close look at the storage compartment doors. They have wooden framing inside and the wood can rot and things start to fall apart. At least that's how his is made. Fairly big job to replace all that wood. If it has been stored inside when not in use, it might be OK.
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Thanks. I'll make sure to look in the cupboards. I may go look just for the curiosity of seeing a low roof like that. He's asking less than $3k for it, so I almost have to at least look.
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It's the outside doors for the lower storage compartments that are the problem. They are covered with aluminum skin and lower extrusions, but held together with screws that rust and fall out. Look along the edges (sides and bottom) and see if all the screws are there.
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