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thelazyl

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New to RVing since Sept 24 of 2018.  This is a photo of our 2003 Fleetwood Bounder DP in Oregon's Painted Hills.
 

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zmotorsports

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Utah
thelazyl said:
New to RVing since Sept 24 of 2018.  This is a photo of our 2003 Fleetwood Bounder DP in Oregon's Painted Hills.

Nice.  Congratulations on the new hobby and new to you coach.  I hope you have many happy miles in it.

Mike
 

RVMommaTo6

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Rochester, NY
Here are my toys! I keep the TT and the class A parked next to each other about an hour away from my house, it's home away from home with 8 acres, woods, a creek, and no neighbors on either side. I keep the pop up at home in the back yard. (In the city)
The interior pics are of my new one, the class A.
 

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RVMommaTo6

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jackiemac said:
You are brave driving that beast around!
I actually prefer driving the class A over towing. I think it's easier and I feel more in control than I do with a trailer. It's also relatively small compared to some of these 45ft motorhomes! Lol those are beasts!
 

Back2PA

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I have revised my signature  :)
 

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jackiemac

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Wow, it's big enough for visitors!!!  ;D ;D

Looks fab, hope it has worked out for you and everything works!
 

Back2PA

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SargeW said:
Nice looking rig Scott. I have always liked Montana's. They have a good reputation for being well built.


Thanks Marty, seems to be solid. Been moving out of the motorhome the last day and a half. Who's idea was it to buy all that stuff?! Apparently I was prepping for the zombie apocalypse.  ::)
 

Back2PA

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jackiemac said:
Wow, it's big enough for visitors!!!  ;D ;D

Looks fab, hope it has worked out for you and everything works!


Definitely Jackie my door's open!


It's in beautiful condition but did have one known issue - a shorted 12v light circuit in one slide, so I'll have to start running that down after the holidays. For now just busy moving- lots more living area and huge kitchen, love it!
 

jayc2640

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This is from the day we bought our rig.  It was at an RV show on the floor of the Arizona Cardinal's stadium.  We've had it now for eight days and love it!
 

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DearMissMermaid

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Picture so big it won't fit on my laptop screen!

Here is pic of my new to me rig. I've had it a year today!

 

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garyb1st

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Southern California
jayc2640 said:
This is from the day we bought our rig.  It was at an RV show on the floor of the Arizona Cardinal's stadium.  We've had it now for eight days and love it!

When I first saw the photo, my first thought was that is the largest RV garage I've ever seen.  Then I read the post. lol.  Nice looking motorhome. 
 

Lou Schneider

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I actually have two RVs.  The first is a 2001 Sunnybrook 27FKS pulled by my 1999 Ford F350 7.3 Powerstroke.  Mostly it stays on my lot in the Pahrump Escapees co-op unless I'm planning an extended trip.

The second rig is a 23 ft. 1992 Hall Chaparral that tows my 1986 Ford Bronco II.  I use this for shorter trips when I want to bring the Bronco II along.  Sometimes I carry the Bronco II inside my 24 ft. workshop trailer, which is a work in progress.

I'm looking to consolidate, ideally I'd like a motorhome about 30 ft. long that can tow the workshop trailer.  It weighs about 8000 lbs with the Bronco inside.
 

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