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Old 03-08-2021, 10:49 AM   #1
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Thanks for the memories.

70 foot pine and a 50 foot oak .
I think I can buff it out!
I loved this camper. 76843FA2-CBD2-45D1-90DC-A82A6927E40D.jpg
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Sorry to see this! I can't imagine that feeling.

On a side note, you could get some money for those (what look like) original fenderskirts. Those don't look like the IconDirect replacements that are a slightly different color.
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That is so sad.

I'm assuming the insurance totaled it?

If by chance you have the time and wood tools, it can be rebuilt. If that is any kind of a thought for you, for sure cover it to keep any rain out once the trees are removed.

I know we can get attached to our campers, and it hurts to see one go out like this.

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Oh no, I'm so sorry
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You will need a big buffer.
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Old 03-12-2021, 07:26 PM   #6
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Thanks for the reply’s
My wife and I did love this camper
I cot the trees off of her yesterday.
I was intrigued to see how lightly these trailers are built.
The was so and roof are definitely built as systems.
It would be nice to rebuild
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Ouch! Sorry to see that.
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Sad day indeed. She was a perfect shape 2004 model 2075. Looked new.
Only real worry was that the original roof was eventually going to need replacement.
One quote was for 5k$. No leaks yet, but was looking to have her for another 20 years.
We just put money down on a Forest river flagstaff 21ds . 22 ft w a slide out and Murphy bed. There’s just enough new/ tweaks to make buying new ,worth it for us.
Maybe we will name her Sunny.
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