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Old 09-13-2016, 12:14 PM   #11
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I just puit a phone system in the hilton ocala a few weeks ago... i had my skoolie there.. and there was one of those semi-truck RV's parked in the RV / truck lot in the back of the hotel..

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Old 09-13-2016, 12:31 PM   #12
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I can say that it don't matter how big your AC is, driving that thing into the sun on a hot day, you will be hot.
Just think of how much it will cost to replace when you get a nice big rock chip and a bunch of spider webbing too...
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Old 09-13-2016, 01:39 PM   #13
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Just think of how much it will cost to replace when you get a nice big rock chip and a bunch of spider webbing too...
That's the first thing I thought.
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Thor Vegas... With a face only a mother could love!!!
That fish bowl windshield looked horrendous and too big proportionally, imo.
So big, it caught my attention at the stop light!

The view might be great.... But 'you're ugly and your momma dresses you funny' comes to mind.

This pic doesn't compare to real life view, but compare the side door to windshield
JUST saw one of these at Ace Hardware. Looked like a pretty nice rig for what it is.
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Thor Vegas... With a face only a mother could love!!!
That fish bowl windshield looked horrendous and too big proportionally, imo.
So big, it caught my attention at the stop light!

The view might be great.... But 'you're ugly and your momma dresses you funny' comes to mind.

This pic doesn't compare to real life view, but compare the side door to windshield
What's the price tag on one of those?

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Old 09-14-2016, 11:36 AM   #16
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Way too much window for my liking. Too many negatives ,imo.
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Way too much window for my liking. Too many negatives ,imo.
I see a LOT of motorhomes on a daily basis. These look way more maneuverable and modern.
I'd never scoff at a GREAT view from the cockpit, either.
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