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Old 08-20-2012, 11:41 AM   #57
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37'.......?
Did they make a 37' in 88?
Wouldn't that make it a 370?
Confused...

I just messaged him on Ebay for clarification!

Also thanks everyone for pitching in your sightings...
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He's probably measuring from the tip of the front bumper over rider to the very back of the drawbar hitch sticking out behind the bumper
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Old 08-20-2012, 06:49 PM   #58
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That is definitely a 345.
The 370 has a different floorplan and was only made in 1989.
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Old 08-21-2012, 12:05 AM   #59
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Unless there's something really wrong with that coach, someone just got a pretty good deal at $11,900.00 and change.
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Old 08-21-2012, 12:44 PM   #60
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Here is the question I sent him...

Is the M/H a 37'?
If it is labled a 345... its 34.5' long, not 37'.
If it really is 37', it would be lables a 370..
Please confirm?
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And the reply I got from the seller...

Hello,
Thanks for the interest and the info. It is indeed a 345 model, I did measure it and we came up 37' from bumper to bumper.
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Old 08-21-2012, 06:29 PM   #61
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He probably started his measurement in the middle of the front bumper, pulled his tape around the side, and got his length at the center of the rear bumper. It's like measuring the length of waterline on a boat, Right??? You've got to measure around the curves!! Yacht, Land Yacht, same difference.
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Old 08-21-2012, 07:02 PM   #62
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Maybe the new owner will ask for a discount for the missing 2 1/2'..
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Here is the question I sent him...

Is the M/H a 37'?
If it is labled a 345... its 34.5' long, not 37'.
If it really is 37', it would be lables a 370..
Please confirm?
Thanks


And the reply I got from the seller...

Hello,
Thanks for the interest and the info. It is indeed a 345 model, I did measure it and we came up 37' from bumper to bumper.
Thanks
He forgot to mention:
"Darn, I told him not to pull that 10 000 # trailer...."
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Old 08-22-2012, 02:25 PM   #64
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Another rare 24' in WA


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I forwarded that to a buddy who is looking. He was already on it and is having another buddy look at it today.
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This would make a great spare rig for bored people
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This would make a great spare rig for bored people
Peter,

Having a "spare" rig can be a blessing and a curse at the same time, it's great to to be able to walk out and pull a part when you need it but if you dismantle it you will need 10 times the space to store the parts. Don't ask how I know this
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Having a "spare" rig can be a blessing and a curse at the same time, it's great to to be able to walk out and pull a part when you need it but if you dismantle it you will need 10 times the space to store the parts. Don't ask how I know this

Hmmm, let me think...But this one you could drive home and I didn't see any ticks in the pictures
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This would make a great spare rig for bored people
That would sure be a test of your metal working skills. At first I was thinking it must have seen one hell of a hail storm, but at second glance I'm thinking meteor shower.
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