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Old 12-26-2017, 04:37 PM   #1
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I found this while searching. Looks pretty clean.

https://littlerock.craigslist.org/rv...406227940.html


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Old 12-26-2017, 09:41 PM   #2
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Wish there was more pics of the camper to tell. The inside does not show a lot of sun damage. You can tell by how white the plastic is and even the mini blinds assuming they are original. A 96 stored outside all the time would not have such a white bath sink, toilet and shower and other places that yellow over time.

And seeing the barn behind the camper, that camper may have been stored inside for a part of its life.

Both things, lake of sun damage and being stored inside may add up to maybe camper in good shape. Just being stored inside lessens the potential of a water infection.

Does that size camper fit your needs? May be worth taking a closer look.

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Old 12-27-2017, 07:15 AM   #3
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Agreed. Even though John, those mini blinds are likely metal for this time period, but the other plastic items line up to indicate not much time in the sun. As I recall from Galaxiedriver, keeping it inside around Missouri/Arkansas is a good thing also because of hail storms.

It's a '96 2670, and the only thing I see issue with is the potentially missing curtains and replacement toilet. Hopefully the toilet replacement isn't an indication of improper winterizing.
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I always thought that the same fabric pattern was used throughout each Sunline. I did notice that the bedroom window treatments did not match the rest.


It looks pretty nice, its been listed for 28 days...that seems long for a Sunline. Sometimes people forget to remove their ad.
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I always thought that the same fabric pattern was used throughout each Sunline. I did notice that the bedroom window treatments did not match the rest.


It looks pretty nice, its been listed for 28 days...that seems long for a Sunline. Sometimes people forget to remove their ad.
True, but it was somewhat common to have the bedroom window treatments differ slightly than the rest of the trailer. In this case they are the same shape, just a different fabric.

28 days isn't that long, especially for winter and in an area that doesn't know Sunline that well.
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True, but it was somewhat common to have the bedroom window treatments differ slightly than the rest of the trailer. In this case they are the same shape, just a different fabric.

28 days isn't that long, especially for winter and in an area that doesn't know Sunline that well.
I am just thinking back on my experience....(me to my husband) "Look..I found a nice one that was posted two days ago" (excitedly make the call)
"Sorry..I sold it yesterday...I meant to remove the ad". It happened so many times! lol
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