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Old 04-01-2010, 03:00 PM   #1
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Jeff,

Just wanted to congratulate you on your new rig. PICTURES, PICTURES, PICTURES Did I mention we'd love to see pictures ???????????

OK, ya going camping this weekend ??????

OH, JohnB is the Aero 303 expert here, but as far as I know it's fine to use it on your decals.

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Old 04-01-2010, 03:20 PM   #2
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Gee Kitty, you guys sure are anxious! I literally JUST finished the first coat of polish and took some photos. As I was preparing to upload them, I see your message!

Anyway, here they are. Some of you may remember we were looking to go to a bunkhouse layout which was the reason we sold the Sunline. After extensive deliberation, we decided against it for many reasons. What we ended up with is basically a new, bigger version of the Sunline we already had. Go figure!





















This floor plan has the "all-in-one bathroom" with pocket doors on both sides:


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It comes standard with washer/dryer hookups, though I do not expect to ever use them:


We had a number of issues at the time of delivery which were addressed promptly by the factory and dealer. Issues that, I suspect, would not have ever occurred with Sunline. Still, I'm pleased overall and the build quality is impressive. Though, the fit-and-finish quality (things like trim, etc) leave something to be desired, I think overall this is a very well built coach.
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Old 04-01-2010, 03:40 PM   #3
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WOW gorgeous unit.

You and your family are really going to enjoy it.

Congrats and thanks for sharing the pictures.
Enjoy.
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Old 04-01-2010, 04:02 PM   #4
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Old 04-01-2010, 04:05 PM   #5
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WOW Jeff,

It's beautiful. The interior color is very warm & comfortable looking. Glad you picked up the sunglasses that were on the top of the steps, would hate to see you tryin to dig out pieces of glass from your new carpet.

OH, I was really kidding about the pictures, but you were right on top of things and had them jiffy-quick.

Hum, you were polishing it ? Didn't the stealer wax it for delivery ???? OH well, you sure made it super shiny.

Congrats again.

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Hi Jeff,

That looks beautiful! I sure do like the bathroom layout...looks very familiar.

That couch sure looks comfy too, especially compared to a standard Flexsteel.

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Old 04-01-2010, 04:10 PM   #7
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Absolutely beautiful unit!

Thats's the exact floorplan Sue wants if we ever move to a 5w. She especially like the kitchen, which I don't understand. She always claims its not her job to cook when we're camping. But, she usually does anyway. (Am I that bad?)

Good luck, enjoy and please keep us informed

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Great looking trailer! Congrats!
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Jeff,

That is a beauty. It has about the same layout as my brother's 37 ft. Jayco Eagle 341RLQS except that his bath is all chopped up--shower in one corner of the bedroom, sink in another, and commode in hall. Those four slides do make for a lot of room.

I'm sure you'll enjoy it and are anxious for your first outing.
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Wow Jeff. Congrats!!!

DW likes the 2 door bath and the angle shower.

Happy camping

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Old 04-02-2010, 08:36 AM   #11
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Nice lookin' rig you got there!

I did take a pretty good look at those at the last show we went to, and without a doubt they were some of highest quality units I've seen lately. I think it will serve you well.

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