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PBUTTERBOY77 2012/09/13 01:58:45
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  • Jackie G - Poker Playing Pa... 2012/09/13 18:30:17
    YES
    Jackie G - Poker Playing Patriot
    A small one and we have really enjoyed it

    holiday rambler class c holiday rambler class c
  • PBUTTER... Jackie ... 2012/09/13 19:02:31
    PBUTTERBOY77
    +1
    That's nice I like I like
  • Crankney - PKM 2012/09/13 18:27:12
    YES
    Crankney - PKM
    +1
    Just spent 17 days living in it.
  • PBUTTER... Crankne... 2012/09/13 19:03:16
    PBUTTERBOY77
    +1
    Hope you had a good time
  • Crankne... PBUTTER... 2012/09/13 19:44:51
    Crankney - PKM
    +1
    Oh we did! 17 states, 6900 miles.
    montana
    Thats us on the left in Montana.
  • PBUTTER... Crankne... 2012/09/13 20:13:08
    PBUTTERBOY77
    +1
    Look's like you had lots of fun, good for you
  • D D 2012/09/13 16:20:49
    NO
    D D
    +2
    If I ever got rich I would buy one first thing. I want one sooooo bad.
  • PBUTTER... D D 2012/09/13 18:21:17
    PBUTTERBOY77
    +1
    Good Luck to you
  • D D PBUTTER... 2012/09/14 08:49:02
    D D
    Thanks.
  • Cricket 2012/09/13 03:14:32
    NO
    Cricket
    +2
    Not yet.
  • relic 2012/09/13 02:21:47
    NO
    relic
    +2
    One like this... someday.

    living in a car
  • PBUTTER... relic 2012/09/13 04:00:28
    PBUTTERBOY77
    +2
    LOL I Love it
  • goatman112003 2012/09/13 02:11:58
    NO
    goatman112003
    +1
    Too expensive to buy and maintain. A good trailer will do the job just as good.
  • Dale 2012/09/13 02:00:01
    YES
    Dale
    +2
    My Avatar. Me 'n ma' Dawg, full time and enjoying life.
  • PBUTTER... Dale 2012/09/13 04:01:41
    PBUTTERBOY77
    +2
    Good for you ENJOY IT MUCH
  • Zervur 2012/09/13 01:59:40
    NO
    Zervur
    +3
    I dont want to be the person who holds up 5 miles of traffic.
  • Dale Zervur 2012/09/13 02:01:21
    Dale
    +2
    But I have to ask why would you do so. You have a lot more power than the disposable models that you are up against.
  • Zervur Dale 2012/09/13 02:02:15
    Zervur
    +1
    Theres that. Keep in mind I roll in a classic caddi.
  • Zervur Zervur 2012/09/13 02:02:45
    Zervur
    +2
    Which means I would get better gas mileage if I got a motor home. Less room to sleep though. . . .
  • Dale Zervur 2012/09/13 02:07:43
    Dale
    +2
    Depending on the year of your "classic." you might hold up more traffic than I do. I get fourteen miles per with my Cummins diesel on a 36 foot Class "A" Freightliner chassie.
  • Zervur Dale 2012/09/13 02:10:13
    Zervur
    +2
    Nice. How are they in the winter? My friend and I were wondering. . . .
  • Dale Zervur 2012/09/13 02:17:14
    Dale
    +2
    Good. I am a month in Washington State during each winter, wet and cold. Set the thermostat to 60 during night and it is toasty in the morning or as toasty as 60 degrees can be. Propane for heaters, if I run both, last about six days with temps in the 30's. I have duel propane tanks. one for my generator and the other for my utilities. In winter, I can last a week in a "dry camp." An RV park I can last a lifetime.
  • Zervur Dale 2012/09/13 02:18:58
    Zervur
    +2
    I'm sold as long as I am parked more than I am rolling. I hate traffic. I don't really care to drive.

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