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Old 03-30-2019, 02:35 PM   #1
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30 ft. or 27 ft.

I currently have a 30 ft. '95 Excella Classic 1000 and am considering selling and replacing with a smaller trailer. I don't think we need the dining booth or the front couch area. We are thinking of replacing with a 2007 or newer with front Queen, rear entry, mid bath. Any pros or cons I would appreciate any feedback.
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I currently have a 30 ft. '95 Excella Classic 1000 and am considering selling and replacing with a smaller trailer. I don't think we need the dining booth or the front couch area. We are thinking of replacing with a 2007 or newer with front Queen, rear entry, mid bath. Any pros or cons I would appreciate any feedback.
The rear entrance does.away with the suicide door... a big plus as having the door fly open while underway stops being an issue. The rear door does have two negatives tho. 1 is carrying a big order of groceries from the truck to the door in a narrow camping space. The other is ( I know TMI) getting diarrhea while towing! It's a long way from the truck cab to the door.

Of course you will be amazed at how much bigger wide body Airstrem feels. It is a big step, take your time lookong at all your options.
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