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Old 11-04-2017, 09:35 PM   #1
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First travel trailer - 2006 Sunline TS-2675

We just brought this 2006 Sunline TS-2675 home! We are excited to take a piece of our hometown - Lancaster County Pennsylvania - with us when we head to the southwest for the winter. Our first travel trailer. This should be fun...we're calling her Plum Crazy.
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Old 11-05-2017, 06:42 AM   #2
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Wow it looks to be in beautiful condition! Are you using the toy hauler part for living space? I ask because you'll be living in it all winter. Also curious how folks handle winter out west as far as sitting in one place vs. moving around. I'd love to do a western winter but am not good at staying in one place! Congratulations and have a great winter!
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Congrats! Pooches seem to be enjoying it. Hauler to take a toy with you?
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Old 11-05-2017, 09:27 AM   #4
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Congrats on your new campers!

Nice looking camper. Have fun down south with it.

If you need any help on your camper, we are here to help!

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Old 11-06-2017, 07:55 AM   #5
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Nice find! The later ones with the red and silver decals are much more uncommon than the earlier ones, and I think it makes it look much sportier and newer. Are you sure on the 2006 part- it looks like a 2007 to me.

The Plum Crazy interior was a rare one too. Rumor has it, our favorite customer service rep at Sunline pushed for that color option.
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Howdy! That's a great find and your dogs approve it! Congrats and welcome
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Welcome! Nice-looking trailer. Enjoy the Southwest, it’s beautiful country!
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UPGRADE to our TS-2675

We upgraded our rig! The dogs are going to love hanging outside my office space! Woot!
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Toy Hauler - for an office and deck

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Congrats! Pooches seem to be enjoying it. Hauler to take a toy with you?
Oh My - I have been very slow responding!

We have no toys but we needed storage and office space so we started looking at toy haulers. One of the many things I like about the Sunline toy hauler is that the living space has better indoor finishes than other toy haulers I've seen.

See the pic posted above for how we're going to use the ramp. The dogs are going to be happy to spend time "outdoors" while remaining safe.
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It's a 2006 with a 2007 interior

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Nice find! The later ones with the red and silver decals are much more uncommon than the earlier ones, and I think it makes it look much sportier and newer. Are you sure on the 2006 part- it looks like a 2007 to me.

The Plum Crazy interior was a rare one too. Rumor has it, our favorite customer service rep at Sunline pushed for that color option.

We purchased it from the original owners and it has a 2006 title. The previous owners told us that it was built with the 2007 interior...maybe for a show? I prefer the looks of the older interiors but decided to go for it anyway.
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Wow it looks to be in beautiful condition! Are you using the toy hauler part for living space? I ask because you'll be living in it all winter. Also curious how folks handle winter out west as far as sitting in one place vs. moving around. I'd love to do a western winter but am not good at staying in one place! Congratulations and have a great winter!
Wow - it took me a long time to respond. My apologies.

We're using the toy hauler area for an office and storage. The previous owners were the original owners. They wintered in it for five years, and have had it in storage for the last five years. It's exciting to get a well built TT that is in travel-ready condition.

We wintered in the desert southwest last year. While the temperatures keep you in the south, there are still many places to go and things to see. It is very different from our home state of Pennsylvania. You really don't need to stay in one place. Quartzsite Arizona was great for meeting other RVers. We stayed at Fountain of Youth Spa in Niland CA for a month for $300 dry camp. Two pools, four hot tubs, excellent facilities, RV wash station, dog wash station, and multiple activities daily. We were never bored. A lot of people go to Yuma and Lake Havasu. Palm Springs and Palm Desert CA have many options and activities.
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We purchased it from the original owners and it has a 2006 title. The previous owners told us that it was built with the 2007 interior...maybe for a show? I prefer the looks of the older interiors but decided to go for it anyway.
Ooh, you bought Macjunkie's trailer! I helped her with the ad on here for it. Not many Sunlines were sold through General that year, and this may have been the only Tran-sport. I don't have records of any other ones there.

Interesting, this would be the first one I've heard of where they built it ahead with the new materials. Usually they'd build it as a prototype with a next-year VIN, so it would be that next year. In your case, the cherry wood, the interior fabric, and most of the exterior decals are all 2007 only features. The 2007 model year production did start pretty early, technically in January 2006 with the new Que and then in the first week of March 2006 for everything else. My '07 is one of the first few (under 10) 2007 non-Que models built, possibly as low as only the second off the line.

May I ask about the last 8 digits of the VIN? Is that 8th digit from the end a 6 or a 7? I'm betting you have a 2007 and somehow it was titled incorrectly as a 2006. It happens. You could push to have it changed, PA of all states should be familiar enough with Sunlines, but it wouldn't make much of a difference.

You do have a pretty rare trailer in Sunline terms- there weren't many 2675s built in 2007 since most people chose the longer 3075. I don't have an exact number, but I'd speculate less than a dozen were built. Yours is only the fourth I've come across. Equally as such, the Plum Crazy interior is as rare, with maybe a couple dozen built at most. There's a good chance that with this combo, your trailer is a Sunline "one of one", for whatever that's worth.
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May I ask about the last 8 digits of the VIN? Is that 8th digit from the end a 6 or a 7?
The 8th digit from the end is a 6
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The 8th digit from the end is a 6
Interesting, then it is a 2006!
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