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Old 07-14-2010, 11:19 PM   #1
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This will blow your minds...

It's not often that I post about trailers for sale, but I feel this is worth it. I honestly have no idea how many of these Sunline ever did.

Many people try to redo the exterior to make it look more modern and then some try to recover cushions and paint to make the interior habitable/modern, but this is the REAL deal. It appears no corners cut here.

The only thing I question is if the best place for the converter is really in that upper cabinet. Seems like it would be tough to wire up there. Those things are small though, so I guess most other locations are probably already taken, and since the older converters were so much smaller, this is probably best.

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Wow...that's cool!!
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Old 07-15-2010, 05:32 PM   #3
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that is soooo cute
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It looks like a small version of our 1950. That is really well done.
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WOW...... did not know Sunline would do that. If it was done in 2006, well we know it must of been earlier in the year. With that kind of money to redo it, why not buy a new one in 2006?? But I must admit it is neat to see
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I'm curious how they did the striping. They kept the old squared off windows, so they might not have replaced all the siding, but I wonder if they replaced just the siding panel with the stripe.
I can't imagine they would've painted it like I had to on mine.
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I would bet they replaced the siding. A lot of those windows are so small that finding replacements would be near impossible in new condition. Not to mention, new ones would probably be sliders. I contacted the owner and he doesn't do well on computers, so he asked me to call him. I've been too busy to get the chance yet.
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