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Discussion in 'Checkout My Rig !' started by JazzVinyl, Jan 18, 2015.
Here is my 1993 Palomino Yearling:
Wozers, nice pup. Is that a 42 foot box?
Haha...8 ft box.
We just bought a Jayco 1207 which seems much larger than the little Palomino.
I liked the Palomino because it towed like a dream, and was so easy to move around at the site.
This one will be for sale, soon
It's been a good one, I fixed everything that broke, and in most cases "better than original".
I think the high quality of the vinyl coated canvas, and canvas permantly attached at the bunk ends, the uncluttered floor plan and generous goucho, make it a worthy little PUP.
Let's hope the Jayco proves to be as fun.
We have owned a 2010 Jayco 141J for 2 years now, no issues. Prior to the 141 we owned a 1007 for several years, it to was problem free. Other than scratched nicks and dings a family of four inflicts.
Here is the interior of our 141 or as we call it, the Tajmah-haul:
Got a keystone Bullit a couple of months ago
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2008 Rockwood 276HW
Beautiful high wall Rockwood, catseye!!
I really like the white interior on the high wall a lot of the ones I saw were just so dark looking.
Yes, I like the white interior too, about time that manufacturers brightened things up
X 3 love the white!
2011 Coleman Avalon
Beautiful rig, 94-D2!!
Ditto! Very nice!
Here is my 2001 coleman utah. Going up for sale in march .
We've got a 1999 Coleman Santa Fe. Made a few modifications and changed up the interior a bit, and now I love it.
I love all the pictures of your highwall trailers. I really wanted a HW, but we didn't have the money or the TV for one. I still dream about them occasionally, but I'm pretty happy with our little PUP after we put a little time into it.
Very cool pup!! I love how you've made it "yours". You should rightly be proud of that rig. I could relax with a book in that right now.....
Thank you. I'm very proud of it. Not that I built it myself but there are few places left were I did not mod it in some way. DW and I will run this rig until we're not able to climb in the bunks anymore or our transient retirement (someday) out weighs the work needed for travel stays.
I have seen pics if your pup before on Pinterest. I ADORE it!
Maybe someday mine will be as nice. Of course, I would need to at least learn how to sew!