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Old 01-26-2014, 05:12 PM   #1
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Good Bye National Dolphin Hello Sunseeker.

I have to say good bye to my 2005 National Dolphin (Class A) motor home. I bought it new and loved it for past 9 years. It is too bad that National went out of business. It made a great vehichle. My wife and I start a new page in our life by placing an order for a 2104 Sunseeker by Forest River (Class C). We are having it built because we don't need the over head cab bed. We selected an entertainment center. We didn't need the outside kitchen, but we do a lot of cooking outdoors. We also selected the Platinum full body paint. We are looking forward to it's arrival and the beginning of a new RVing season in New England. We have our first trip planned starting 5/2/14.
We welcome any Sunseeker information and tips people want to share, as well as any suggestions regarding storage etc, when going from a Calls A to Class C.
Wish us well.
PS: I thank everyone with help sent to us when we had a Dolphin ? or problem.
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Old 01-26-2014, 05:15 PM   #2
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Congratulations on the new coach on order. You must be really excited. Good luck and hope for an early spring up here!
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Old 01-29-2014, 09:03 AM   #3
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Smile new C

Stripesref, Congrats on the new venture with the 'C' We had 2 C's before our A and like you thinking of going back to the C, dont need the room or like you the over the driver bunk so the ent.ctr. would work for us. We traveled all over the states in our C with no Toad and it was easy to move around in our c in and out of like newports small streets. Oh yes we came from hanson mass after 30yrs there. Post your comments on the new rig and we wish you the best.paul....
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My wife and I start a new page in our life by placing an order for a 2104 Sunseeker by Forest River (Class C).
CONGRATS....But you sure do like to plan ahead by ordering a 2104....

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