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Old 11-09-2009, 03:56 PM   #1
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That is one nice looking camper......too bad it is so far away - I'd take a look at it for the DD & SIL & Gkids................
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I didn't realize the older 1950's had a bunk above the bed Our 2002 didn't have one. There were cabinets across the back above the head of the bed. Ours also had a rear window between the cabinets and the bed.
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I didn't realize the older 1950's had a bunk above the bed Our 2002 didn't have one. There were cabinets across the back above the head of the bed. Ours also had a rear window between the cabinets and the bed.
They didn't. This coach was a complete custom order from the factory.

I was thinking perhaps some people with this model could consider doing this type of upgrade to theirs if they have a need for more sleeping space. Could be a popular upgrade with the trend toward smaller trailers.

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