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  1. Scooter241
    What did you find? Do you like the interior? How's the exterior? What year is it? How far from you is it located? What do you think of the seller? How long has it been sitting?

    If you decide to buy, I hope you'll be thrilled with your classic. It seems the twin beds are always in demand. I've already had several people tell me they're interested should I decide to sell my Beauty.
    Keep me posted on your quest!
  2. Scooter241
    The exterior came with a few big dings, but nothing structurally threatening. Some may be put off by the imperfections, but to me it adds character.

    I've not invested much in it so far--though I'd like to replace the skylight and take out the carpet both are still ok. One thing I did was replace the brake and turn lamps with LED. Much brighter. Oh I could do a lot to it but we've been going to rallies and camping out and having a ball. Have had the bearings repacked every year and check for propane leaks. No trouble.
    If I was of independent means I might consider buying a new 27' queen bed. Would use the twin for camping and the queen for long stays. But right now I'm still in heaven. I got more trailer than I ever expected and have no regrets.
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  3. Scooter241
    Hi airpilot, I'm really pleased with my Beauty! Classics are well made and the twin has more room outside and in the bedroom for storage and to stand up and change clothes. I've gone camping with a friend and we were able to share a bedroom without having to share a bed. Plus the inside of the twin bed airstream actually feels bigger to me--with the clear view all the way to the back window and beyond when the curtains are open, it feels more spacious. I did buy two tempur foam toppers--a 3" for me and a 2" for my love. The drawback about not being able to sleep in the same bed is not as big a deal as I'd thought--the gaucho is fine for snuggling, watching tv and other activities!
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