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Author Topic: Can someone here educate me on smaller "Class C" ? Motorhomes ? Update !  (Read 1047 times)
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« Reply #25 on: June 17, 2017, 03:03:44 PM »

Cool. How long/big is it ?

The whole thing bumper to bumper is 23 1/2 feet long.

Just right for me and the Ol' lady  Wink

I couldn't go much bigger, I only had so much paved area where I could park an RV.

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« Reply #26 on: June 17, 2017, 03:05:18 PM »

Bit personal isn't it?........oh...hang on....I see! Carry on......

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« Reply #27 on: June 18, 2017, 04:06:28 AM »

Cool. How long/big is it ?

The whole thing bumper to bumper is 23 1/2 feet long.

Just right for me and the Ol' lady  Wink

I couldn't go much bigger, I only had so much paved area where I could park an RV.







Are you planning to tow a small car behind you to explore the surrounding areas in & leave the camper at the RV campground?
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« Reply #28 on: June 18, 2017, 10:09:23 AM »

Cool. How long/big is it ?

The whole thing bumper to bumper is 23 1/2 feet long.

Just right for me and the Ol' lady  Wink

I couldn't go much bigger, I only had so much paved area where I could park an RV.







Are you planning to tow a small car behind you to explore the surrounding areas in & leave the camper at the RV campground?

That is a possibility.

But, I'm considering buying a small enclosed trailer so I can take my Harley with us, and we can cruise around on that. coolgleamA
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It started out as a rusty, green '69 R/T SE.

Now, it's well on it's way to being a Daytona.

A fake Daytona, that is.
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« Reply #29 on: June 19, 2017, 05:45:19 AM »

Good for you. In a few years, I'm hoping that I can get away with the wife & travel the country in an RV, but I think I'd want one with just a bit more room. Go out for a couple of months & come back, then do it again, and again, then when we've seen everything we want, sell the RV. Buying a slightly used one like you did is the way to go. Let someone else take the biggest chunk of depreciation.
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« Reply #30 on: June 19, 2017, 03:28:26 PM »

Good for you. In a few years, I'm hoping that I can get away with the wife & travel the country in an RV, but I think I'd want one with just a bit more room. Go out for a couple of months & come back, then do it again, and again, then when we've seen everything we want, sell the RV. Buying a slightly used one like you did is the way to go. Let someone else take the biggest chunk of depreciation.
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In our search, we ran across several 5-10 year old Class "A" motorhomes (the big ones) that seemed too cheap to believe.

I was limited by the paved area I have to park it, so a Class A was out for us.

Unless of course I wanted to buy the vacant lot down the street, put in a culvert, pour a concrete pad and have an electric service put in...see how it can snowball ? eek

Good luck in your search, and start looking early. Wink
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It started out as a rusty, green '69 R/T SE.

Now, it's well on it's way to being a Daytona.

A fake Daytona, that is.
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