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Old 12-04-2017, 08:51 AM   #1
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Check out the picture I just posted in my album..it is a picture of the old Sunline factory,the business part of it, the large manufacturing building was just across the street..so sad to see. I have great memories of visits there. Friendly people,always accommodating. My latest Sunny lived just two miles from the factory and it's original owners knew the Sunline factory owners.This was taken the evening I picked up my "New" Sunny...Janalee
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Old 12-04-2017, 11:04 AM   #2
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Hi Janalee,

Thanks for the info. Yes, sad to see.

I linked your building pic here for folks to see.

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Old 12-04-2017, 02:49 PM   #3
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Thanks for the recent pic. I know it's hard to see it so different, but Martin Construction definitely cleaned the place up and made it look much fancier, less industrial. I just can't get over how many different businesses are all occupying the property now.

The building across S. Muddy Creek hadn't been a manufacturing facility for many years, it was mostly just used for offices and storage. The building pictured was just more known to all of us, because it housed engineering and customer service/parts.
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What I noticed when we drove by last week was the grass lot where the new Sunlines were stored has a huge mound on it. Not sure what that's about. It almost looks like a septic mound. I used to try to see if the faint impression of the rows where the trailers were parked was still visible. They finally disappeared totally about 2 years ago.
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