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Old 12-18-2004, 06:17 PM   #15
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Red face I wanna 22' CCD for Christmas

I'm being sorely tempted by a good off season deal on a new CCD, but of course I don't have a tow vehicle. Let's see, Reese Dual cam (puked when I found out what a Hensley cost), oversized mirrors, brake controller, tow package, backup camera (optional but a security blanket for a newbie), title, tags, taxes, insurance, place in a local RV condo lot, etc, etc.

Reality is rearing it's ugly head, but the salesman says he'll store it until I'm ready. Talk to me.

Anybody want to suggest a good used tow vehicle? I'd prefer a van or SUV to a pickup truck.
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Old 12-18-2004, 06:33 PM   #16
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The more we use our 28' CCD the more we love it. Camped last weekend & used the heat pump on the AC which kept it extremely warm. Never had to turn on the furnace. Even on cloudy days it's bright and open inside with the vista views and all the other windows.
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Old 12-18-2004, 09:42 PM   #17
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Got our '04 22' CCD last April and had it on the road for over 40 nights this year so far (hey! Still over a week to go!)... It's truly a wonderful unit. So easy to tow (VW Touareg V8 SUV) and fun to own. The wet bath is fine. We live in the SW (Santa Fe, NM) and never have any condensation but on cold winter nights (~20 to 40 degrees), the interior skin does get cold to touch. The 22' has tank heaters and we installed solar. We have the entertainment and awning package. She's a member of the family now.

Does not get any better than this, IMHO.

These photos were taken within the last month at Moab, Pebble Beach, and somewhere along the California coast. We towed our "Silver Pearl" over 4,000 miles in November alone.
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GrEAt pictures Xray! Sounds like you are having a super time.
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Hi Paula,

With cost consideration in mind, a Ford Expedition with the 5.4L engine should work well with the 22' CCD. Some dealers are offering up to $10000 off MSRP this month on SUVs to get them off their lots.

Merry Christmas and I hope Santa gets you that CCD!
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