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Old 01-24-2010, 11:15 PM   #1
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Sorry for the dark pic but it was getting dark out and sandwiched in on the lot. I couldn't get inside because it was locked. Even though the sign said Used, it certainly looks like it was used very lightly. Well optioned too, smooth sides, aluminum sport wheels, hinged LP cover, patio party pack, spare tire, etc.

If interested, contact me and I'll get you info...



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H'mm that looks like and 08 model! WOW cool. I think it might just be one of a kind. Maybe even a prototype. The Super deluxe LP cover and the new tire fender skirts where unique to the 08 model.

And I heard it was an ultra light too. I thought I saw this last spring being pulled as a double on the way to camp. Sort of by a string. I only caught a glimps of it and it was gone so I could not get the plate number or dealer tag.

In fact, "I think" it may have been manufactured in the Sunline WV plant.

Could not get in, hmm maybe it too had the increased security package.

That TT is priceless!

Thanks for posting this unique find.

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Old 01-25-2010, 11:52 AM   #3
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It's so lightweight that it'll even fit in a suitcase and travel with you wherever you go!

I decided to bring it to school (and the Explorer too) last night and I saw a "used" sticker from a book, which I thought was somewhat proportionally correct, so I gave it a shot!

I have found I have some roof seam separation issues. IDK what caused it, maybe humidity? I'm not sure what I should do to fix it...the Dicor I think would be difficult to apply here. I can post some pics if anyone has an idea.

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OH NO, Jon

A problem with your roof ? Sorry to hear that, guess it is because your '08 was a proto-type and that type roof was not too well tested ???? Do you think it will have to be returned to the manufacturer for repairs ????? IF it has to go back for repairs, will you be able to meet builder part way ? Then builder would pay to have it shipped back to you

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OMG now I know why my friends say I'm gullible. I thought it was real for a good minute when you first posted this this morning. Looked at the awning supports and thought "jeez those look beefier than ours". Then it dawned on me...duh. Of course I saw this morning on facebook that you were taking your Sunline back to Albion. it took me until just now (like all day) to realize that you didn't take the BIG Sunline back to Albion.
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OMG now I know why my friends say I'm gullible. I thought it was real for a good minute when you first posted this this morning. Looked at the awning supports and thought "jeez those look beefier than ours". Then it dawned on me...duh. Of course I saw this morning on facebook that you were taking your Sunline back to Albion. it took me until just now (like all day) to realize that you didn't take the BIG Sunline back to Albion.
Oh Pam...

I thought I'd fool a few people who never have seen it or know the story behind it. Sorry you got caught by it . I'm very glad I didn't bring the big one back last night...it was a rainy and windy ride back and everything is a mess right now. I would never think of pulling the real one in all that salty water!

Kitty, I'm unsure at this point if it needs to go back to the factory. I'll see if I can do anything myself first. The roof material seems to be shrinking.

Sorry for the bad pics, my camera is really being a pain.







For those who haven't seen it before, here it is, with a comparison of a telephone next to it:



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Jon,

I heard that Sunline's warranty was second to none. Perhaps you could get some better pics for informational purposes. I'm sure that the Mfr. would be more then happy to help resolve this issue for you.


Until such time as you get the repair or replacement roof, I would be VERY cautious about having this unit exposed to the weather. I believe it would be nearly impossible, to repair any damage due to leaks.

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That is a really huge telephone, must be fake.

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Jon, you could probably do the entire roof with one piece of Eternabond! Then it would NEVER leak!
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