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Old 06-20-2007, 09:33 AM   #15
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SOO what year, type motorhome are you looking for? we can probably give you some more specifics. Definitely do a lot of looking, we did a lot of research, looked at 3 and spent probably 4 hours in ours before we bought it and I was amazed when I went to look for a conventional oven we did not have one! The micro/convection works great for us, having an original built in icemaker and Nu tone kitchen system is amazing. They made a geat product and we love our 1985 345

Ron and Debbie Lawrence
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Old 06-30-2007, 03:43 PM   #16
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I don't think you understand the British has never been necessary to refrigerate our beer, it is enough that it is kept in a cellar. It would also be spoiled at under 5 deg C (not talking here about yellow beer). I would like to state here that neither of us actually drink the stuff! Also what is this about Lucas fridges? They also are not generally necessary, just a big umbrella.

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Old 06-30-2007, 04:52 PM   #17
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Hello (again) from Texas! I'm glad you found your way to the forums! You will find a wealth of information and new friends here. No matter what you end up purchasing you won't be disappointed as long as it's an Airstream. We purchased our '82 310 turbo diesel motorhome less than a year ago and know that we won't ever own anything but an Airstream.

We had never been camping before when we bought "Seymour" last July and didn't know if it would be something we would/could get into and enjoy. Two rallies later and 150 new best friends we came home and listed our motorhome on the classifieds. We now are ready to make a little larger investment for something newer - and you can bet it will be another Airstream.

We are by no means experts in Airstream motorhomes but we will be happy to visit with you about our experiences in the last year and some of the things we have learned. Give us a call.

Jimmy and Marque

I envy you the opportunity you have to spend some quality time out on the road. (Retirement is only 609 days away, but who's counting?)

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