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Old 11-05-2006, 08:16 AM   #29
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Old 11-05-2006, 09:22 AM   #30
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What??? WHAT is THIS? Unauthorized use of my avatar without expressed written consent from the NFL? Why... why... I think Roone Arledge and I will have our lawyers investigating THIS!!! And THEN... SNARKY remarks? OH the humanity... Terry... you are SO in trouble!!!!

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I don't care what your avatar looks like, or even if you have one, as long as you participate--and don't mind the occasional snarky remark about your SOB...
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Old 11-05-2006, 10:08 AM   #31
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You had the Ultimate AS MH...and dumped it

Where is that ignore button?
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Old 11-05-2006, 01:36 PM   #32
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My Dear Friend, Klattu...

It's only the Ultimate Moho IF you can sleep in it comfortably. The double bed shoehorned in the rear streetside corner does not make for a good night's sleep if you're 6'5" tall with a cabinet end at the head and a wall at the feet. In the three years I had it, I had not one good nights' sleep. The 325 was never equipped (at least to MY knowledge) with the rear queen. Had it been so, I might have sought one out.

Sorry you're disappointed in me. You may ignore away, but I still have a right to my rightous indignation!

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Old 11-05-2006, 01:43 PM   #33
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The 325 was never equipped (at least to MY knowledge) with the rear queen. Had it been so, I might have sought one out. Roger
Rog, I looked at a 310 with a rear queen, situated sideways in the rear. Getting around the foot of it was a bit tight, but not that bad.
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Old 11-05-2006, 04:31 PM   #34
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Maybe Steve in Norfolk would like to take this up. I think he's looking for something to do in his spare time. If he reads this, I'm sure to get an email with his usual humorous sarcasm.
Who me? Sarcastic? When I was a teacher, I followed the Scarcratic Method. I wrote "Moo" on so many papers that one student had a rubber stamp with that on it for me to use.

Besides, that trailer looks like it would bring more on the scrap market than on the trailer market. I haven't seen anything that ugly since I saw sausage being made. You can have it Tim.

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Oh, man... youse guys' taste is ALL in your mouths! That there trailer is BEEEE-EWWWW-TEEEE-FULLLL!!!

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Old 11-05-2006, 06:44 PM   #36
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Oh, man... youse guys' taste is ALL in your mouths! That there trailer is EEEE-EWWWW-!!!

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Roger, you said a mouthful there...
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Old 11-05-2006, 06:51 PM   #37
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I thought I had the ultimate Motorhome and dumped it. Oh well, maybe not. Tim's was quite awesome, but then again there are lots of replacement rigs that will work better in certain circumstances..like his and mine.
I am quite happy with my non motorized unit.
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Old 11-05-2006, 09:43 PM   #38
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Who me? Sarcastic? When I was a teacher, I followed the Scarcratic Method. I wrote "Moo" on so many papers that one student had a rubber stamp with that on it for me to use.

Besides, that trailer looks like it would bring more on the scrap market than on the trailer market. I haven't seen anything that ugly since I saw sausage being made. You can have it Tim.

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Good Heavens! I just discovered all the posts on the sale of my 370LE Blimp were moved here without my knowledge. Then, reading over the posts, I find I'm being attacked by my best friends? At least Alan is standing up for me. Glen hasn't harassed me yet either. Oh well, I know how to get Steve. He's close enough to park my Silver Palace in his yard! That should add some class to the neighborhood.
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Rog, I looked at a 310 with a rear queen, situated sideways in the rear. Getting around the foot of it was a bit tight, but not that bad.
Terry, we shoehorned an 80" queen into the 34' trailer, and kept our mattress and put it into the Bigfoot. The BF has the mattress sideways, and even with the 80" mattress, there's adequate room to get around the foot of the bed. It's amazing what a difference that few inches really makes in comfort. I presume that the queen in the 310 was the 74" "RV Queen" variety? I don't think there's any way that you could have squeezed an 80" mattress as an "island queen" into a narrow-body Airstream sideways and gotten around the foot of it. The wide bodies are a different story... but then... there aren't any wide body classic mohos...

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I find I'm being attacked by my best friends? At least Alan is standing up for me. Glen hasn't harassed me yet either. Oh well, I know how to get Steve. He's close enough to park my Silver Palace in his yard! That should add some class to the neighborhood.
Hey, I would vote for you, Tim, but who am I? You know the old saying, you snooze you loose. Besides, if you want a friend, get a dog.

Yep, that trailer was purdier than a hog rooling in... uh mud. It gives new meaning to the term "trailer trash". Yet I am sure there are families that have really good memories with that trailer. Shame on me.

Tim, you could park the Silver Palace in my yard, but there is no room left, what with all of the cars up on blocks. That and the dogs under the porch are not too friendly.

Maybe you could start a whole new topic. Maybe Orphan Aluminum Clad Trailers. Put the Palace in and be the envy of the forum.

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