Buying a new class A

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  1. Sjm9911

    Sjm9911 Well-Known Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Ok, so the title says it all. The TT was getting small, and i was wanting more room and ease driving around. So i found this. It was below my buget and the PO said it ran well, it needs a little work but the PO said all the importent stuff works well. Plus he wired it for solar allrady and it has a top deck! No new leaks, they fixed them all before I went to look at it. The PO said it gets 27 mpg also, so it will be cheaper on gas. They said it dosent have a titel, but that will not be a problum as it can be registered as a home made trailor. He said he was a master carpenter and did all the work himself. Man did i get luck! images.jpeg.jpg
     
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    eoleson1 Well-Known Member Gold Supporting Member

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    I'm waiting for cousin Eddie to hop out and yell about the sh**ter being full.
     
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    This would be welcomed on 80 Acres of hunting land in northwestern MN.
     
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    Well...On the bright side we won't have to tell you your TV is marginal or just not enough to tow your camper.
    I would install a railing on the deck for those days when the beer seems to go down really smooth[:D]
     
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    They should have advertised how many tie-down spots it has. No problem securing your load with this one! [:D]
     
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    WrkrBee Well-Known Member Silver Supporting Member

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    She ain't a Cadillac and she ain't a Rolls
    But there ain't nothin' wrong with the radio.
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    Clean one owner... nice find!
     
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    jmkay1 2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Utah Gold Supporting Member

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    I think I saw it’s little sister at a trail head once. Wish I had a picture but I was more busy cursing it as I was trying to get around her a**, it was sticking out into the narrow one way street right beside a cliff. News flash your taller and way longer than a regular car. Oh well, I’m sure by the time they got back on the road it would have a new tarp added to her roof. Perhaps a new wooden side panel assuming they carve enough trees. Glad I didn’t stick around to watch, as that road was not for the faint of heart in my SUV. Can’t imagine trying to drive a home down it. Then again I wouldn’t be that stupid to try. Back in the day that road was made they didn’t have moving cars. They just weaved the way around obstacles in their horse and buggy’s. Still trying to figure out how the homesteaders managed to plant fields on the mountain rock face.
     
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    generok Well-Known Member Gold Supporting Member

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    You can rent it out on RVEasy.com too! Every other post on my Facebook scroll tells me so.

    I like that rig, it feels gently lived in. Is there by chance a small amount of laboratory/chemistry equipment in there?

    Cheers!
     
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    strangiato Active Member Gold Supporting Member

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    You may want to get a roll of duct tape. Maybe two.
     
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    I've always wondered where they go when they get retired.
     
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    Speaking of that, down hwy. 61, near the Wabasha, in the southeastern portion of Minnesota. There's houses down a hill , covered with so much trash, old cars, implements of all sorts, people living there, weird. Really bad.
     
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    Always stored indoors too!
     
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