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gemsworld

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Posted: 06/03/20 07:50pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Racklefratz wrote:

down home wrote:

Nice but too small. Having spent seven month in the desert in a 39 ft interior Mh I want larger.


Have to agree. Life's too short to tie up that much money in something one can't enjoy.


It's all relative. We owned a 40' DP that served its purpose when we had it but eventually traded down in size to a 26' Winnebago Navion on a Mercedes chassis when our travels changed, and we have no regrets.

And in case you haven't priced new motorhomes lately, $125K doesn't buy much nowadays.





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steveh27 wrote:

From a 20 year class b owner - i like it. but how many feet long is it?

Soes it have propane? i skimmed the video & may have missed that. Otherwise how would it be heated while boondocking.

It seems luxurious.


I believe that unit is about 27' long.

I'm assuming since it is built in northern Europe it must have adequate heating, and also a cooling system for those that head south. I did see in the video some heating registers that lets air from the house to the outside storage areas.

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I’ve gotten out of many a car and MH when my head scrapes the ceiling. Throw in small tanks and limited storage, I’ll keep my fuel guzzling DP with 7’ ceilings.

Now I might be tempted with this German made one with the Smart Car in the back.
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* This post was edited 06/04/20 07:43am by Ivylog *


This post is my opinion (free advice). It is not intended to influence anyone's judgment nor do I advocate anyone do what I propose.

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gemsworld wrote:

It's all relative


Agree. As I posted earlier, it's about preferences. Peoples' preferences aren't identical.

Ours happen to be plenty of room inside the coach, and same with basement storage. Those qualities are hard to come by in the smallish RVs discussed here. Some buyers may not need that; to us, it's a show-stopper.

* This post was edited 06/04/20 07:54pm by Racklefratz *


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