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Old 08-10-2006, 10:07 PM   #1
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Safari 23 possibilities?

In looking at dealer's Safari 23 pics, am wondering if the bedroom comes with a place to stow books, mags, etc. similar to the CCD and if anyone has added a flip-up shelf, like a lot of the models have, in the galley. innocent
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In looking at dealer's Safari 23 pics, am wondering if the bedroom comes with a place to stow books, mags, etc. similar to the CCD and if anyone has added a flip-up shelf, like a lot of the models have, in the galley. innocent
You can do it yourself.

A visit to Office Depot or equivalent store will turn up all sorts of bins for magazines that are very similar to those I have seen on the CCDs. A phillips screwdriver and a handful of screws are all it takes to install.

The flip-up shelf isn't much tougher. Camping World has one for $35 (Prez Club member) or $40 if not member at http://www.campingworld.com/browse/c...ID=25:src=brsq .

I think the new 23s are absolutely great. I particularly like the model with the stow-away drop-leaf table.
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