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Old 05-21-2021, 08:53 AM   #1
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Hello and help :)

Hello sunline friends! I'm very new to the Sunline camper community. I recently purchased a 2003 Sunline Solaris and I am having a hard time figuring out what make and model it is.
I canít find any that are like mine and it was a one owner prior to myself and can't reach him now.
It is a 34', slide out (14x3), queen bed in front (original mattress in excellent condition), bathroom that separates the back bedroom with a gorgeous stand up glassed in shower from floor to ceiling, the back has three bunks, futon style couch (paisley), dinnet style booth (also paisley)
Here's the kicker...it has sliding glass doors to the main entrance (living room) venetian blinds and a normal camper door in the rear bunk room. All original cabinets with beautiful mirror glass over main bedroom, couch and dinnet booth, TONS of original maple cabinets above double sinks, white stove, white microwave, white refrigerator. Super immaculate! They never ended up using it which is why it's SO CLEAN! These people lived in a gorgeous area/houses...
Any info would be of great help!
Thanks in advance!
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welcome 1st off if you click on files thers info for modles
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Old 05-21-2021, 09:24 AM   #3
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Not the make, the model...lol...
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Well thank you Johnmanna...having a hard time navigating, but truly informative and friendly group of people!
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Welcome ChattyCathi!

Your description and the pictures point to your camper being a 2003 T-360SR.

We have sales brochures in our FILES section which have specs and floor plans next to the model numbers.

To get to the files section, you need to be logged into the forum. At the top of the forum are tabs, look for the word "FILES" click it.


Once into the files section, scroll down to the "Sunline Brochures" section. Go in there, scroll to 2003 and find a sale brochure for all 2003 Travel Trailers and down load a copy.

Hope this helps,

John

PS. That is a large camper at 37' 3". The sliding glass door could of been a special order option to the original owner when the camper was built. Sunline did do custom changes for a customer who ordered it. It is common on a camper that big, and the sliding glass door, to be parked in a seasonal campground.
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Wow, talk about having counter space



Thanks for sharing the pics. We do not get to see that model often.

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Thank you so much for all your help! I really appreciate that! I'm realizing that Sunlines are quite unique in how they were built and I have fallen in love with them as a result of this being my first camper, never mind how great they actually are!
And yes, this camper is SO "roomy"...
I have been in quite a few after a family member having their camper on a site here in NH called "the friendly beaver campground" rated #1 in NH as of a few days ago.
I just love how spacious it is!
Thanks again for your help! ��
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Wow, talk about having counter space



Thanks for sharing the pics. We do not get to see that model often.

John
that is the exact kitchen I had in my Wildwood 26fls..I loved it!
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Yes! It's one of the many reasons I fell in love with it! Amongst the top wow factors was the sliding glass doors and opened up the entire camper upon entry. The counter space was plentiful and I haven't seen counter space like that in most that I checked out (non Sunlines).
The storage space is more than I've seen as well!
I really like the futon style couch rather than a fold out bed. Most pull out couch beds take up the rest of the space in the main living area. The standup shower from floor to ceiling is an absolute plus as well as most showers I see are very small and have a slide/accordion style shower door...not this one! I'm truly in love with Sunlines and have obtained a ton of info from this group...thank you! I thoroughly enjoy checking this site for any and all questions!
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