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Old 06-05-2006, 11:23 PM   #1
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Thumbs up New owner of a 1994 27 ft classic motorhome

Just turned 50 and made my thirty years at diamlerchrysler this month and needed a new toy to play with. Have a favorite wife and two son's.

Looking forward to traveling around at a snale's pace and getting lost at cool places.
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Old 06-05-2006, 11:41 PM   #2
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Hi and welcome to the forums. Hope the favorite wife is the current one... makes getting lost more fun
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Old 06-05-2006, 11:48 PM   #3
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Hi Scrapile and welcome , nice to see new motorhome members (we're in the minority but welcome here). Janet, funny, funny, funny, I was thinking the same thing but not able to express it. joe
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Scrapile, welcome! You got the custom coach that was on eBay up in Michigan! I thought it was a 93? It really doesn't matter as the low mileage is right on. I was trying to get one of my guys to bid on it. It really did run up in price at the end didn't it? Quite a coach, in the same vane as mine. Have you picked it up yet? I'm dieing to see a shot of the interior facing front to back as they missed that in their photo array. Also interested in hearing how much corrosion exists on the frame under the coach. The body looked to be perfect! Not a dent in the photos!
You're in the right place for all the info / advice you need to ease your way into AS ownership. Looking forward to hearing more about your new ride.
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