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Old 10-28-2006, 10:16 AM   #15
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One of the things that tipped us in the 19' Bambi's favor was the fact we are moving up from a T@B. That trailer took, literally, 15 minutes to hook up and once on site about that to set it up. It motivated us to get out and travel because it was so easy to just "grab and go."

The Bambi is a little more complicated and a WHOLE lot more comfortable. We did a lot of research, went to couple different dealers, and walked through eveything we could find (including Scamps, Nash, etc). The Airstream won us over. First, it reeks (in a good way) of quality. Second, the 19' has a huge amount of storage, and it since it is just my wife and I, we felt it was a much better fit for us than something longer, fancier, etc.

We love our trailer and have no "buyer's remorse" at all.



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Jerry, we camp with friends who have a pop-up camper. It takes them an hour to set up and break down. They shake their heads when I've used a battery powered hand drill and a sparkplug socket to put down our stabilizers, deploy the awning, and we are done. "Grab and go" is good!


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Old 10-29-2008, 12:45 PM   #17
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I just bought a Bambi CCD too and love it. Selling my Casita now! This is the coolest TT in the world!!! Pricing...I got my 06 for 22K. Looks new.

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