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Old 11-01-2006, 07:05 PM   #1
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I wish racing junk would have the same/similar search functions like ebay. It appears that you have to search through all the ads in the "RV/Campers/Motorhome" section page by page, unlike ebay where you can rank them according to highest cost first and see the best at the top... It's very time consuming to search through all the ads in this manner.

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$379,000.00
THIS LUXURIOUS COACH FEATURES THE FOLLOWING:

STACKED WASHER/DRYER
GPS/XM RADIO
4-COLOR FULL BODY PAINT
TRIPLE SLIDE-OUT
GRAY INTERIOR
BLACK GRANITE COUNTERTOPS
HARDWOOD MAPLE CABINETS
STEEL STRUCTURAL FLOOR
SQUARE TUBE ALUMINUM STRUCTURED WALLS
ARCHED ROOF
VACUUM LAMINATED SMOOTH FIBERGLASS WALLS
POWERED 50 AMP SHORELINE
POWERED FRESH WATER LINE
FIBERGLASS FRONT AND REAR CAPS
POWERED ENTRY STEPS
LIGHTED STORAGE COMPARTMENTS
AWNING TYPE WINDOW OPENINGS WITH FRAMELESS APPEARANCE PACKAGE
PATIO AWNING
LIGHTED ENTRY DOOR GRAB HANDLE
AUTO TRACKING KVH SATELLITE DOME
LED CLEARANCE, TAIL, AND STOP LIGHTS
TV ANTENNA
HWH LEVELING JACKS
HWH SLIDE OUT SYSTEM
SOUND DEADENING/FIRE RETARDANT COATING ON FLOOR UNDERSIDE AND ALL NONCARPETED BAYS
ALUMINUM BAY DOORS W/ 2 POSITION GAS STRUTS AND LOCKABLE SINGLE BUS TYPE HANDLE
HINGED REAR ALUMINUM WHEEL WELL SKIRTING
SOFT TOUCH FINYL DINETTE/SLEEPER BOOTH
13X13 PORCELAIN TILE LIVING ROOM, GALLEY, AND BATH
BEDROOM & CAB CARPETING
GRANITE COUNTERTOPS WITH UNDERMOUNT STAINLESS STEEL SINKS
ONE PIECE SHOWER W/ SKYLIGHT
NICKEL ACCESSORIES AND FIXTURES
BEDSPREAD AND PILLOWS
DAY/NIGHT SHADES
AISLE LIGHTING
SOFT TOUCH VINYL PADDED UPPER WALLS
HARDWOOD WAINSCOTED LOWER WALLS
SOFT TOUCH VINYL PADDED CEILING
SOFT TOUCH VINYL SOFABED
HARDWOOD CABINETRY W/ HIGH DRAWER SLIDES
TOUCH SWITCH MULTIPLEX LIGHT SWITCHING
CEILING PUCK LIGHTING
OPEN ENTRY STEPS
STAINLESS STEEL LAMINATE UNDER CABINET TO KITCHEN COUNTERTOP
CAB OVER BUNK AREA W/ COUTOUT FOR EASY ACCESS TO FRONT SEATS
32" SONY FRONT TV
23" SONY REAR TV
REAR SONY DVD SYSTEM
FRONT SONY DVD/CD SURROUND SOUND SYSTEM
STAINLESS STEEL AMANA SIDE BY SIDE REFRIGERATOR WITH WATER AND ICE IN DOOR (APPROX 22 CU FT.)
ELECTRIC GLASS TOP RANGE
STAINLESS STEEL MICROWAVE/CONVVECTION OVEN
12 VOLT WATER PUMP & MANIFOLD STYLE WATER SYSTEM
2 MAGNUM 2800 WATT PURE SINE WAVE INVERTERS
THETFORD PORCELAIN TOILET W/ TURBINE MACERATOR
HYDRO HOT HYDRONIC HEATING & WATER HEATER WITH ENGINE INTERFACE
2 DOMESTIC LOW PROFILE 15,000 BTU AIR CONDITIONER/HEAT PUMPS
1 FANTASTIC VENT
12,500 KW ONAN GENERATOR WITH AUTO START
200 GALLONS FRESH WATER, 120 GRAY, 80 BLACK, ALL HEATED
AC VOLT AND AMP METERS
ALL RECEPTACLES ON GFI CIRCUIT
4 AGM LIFELINE 4D BATTERIES
110 VOLT STRANDED MARINE WIRE

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Old 11-01-2006, 07:40 PM   #2
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All square boxy overheads look like moving vans to me.
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Old 11-01-2006, 08:01 PM   #3
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Why do you think it looks boxy?

Is it because the overhead bunk is not pinched/tapered or that it is extended over the windshield and hides the slick look of the truck?

The graphics and paint colors look nice, sort of a silver and dark gray.
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Old 11-04-2006, 06:27 PM   #4
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"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder".
The T2000 swoopy truck look is nice, but an overhead bunk is much more useful.
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Old 11-05-2006, 02:04 PM   #5
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The bunk probably wouldn't have looked as "boxy" on a more traditional-looking cab like a Pete 379 or KW W900, rather than the more streamlined Columbia it's on. It's all really a matter of taste, I guess. I myself would rather not have the overhead bunk, as they are actually rather cramped in most cases. Just imagine waking up suddenly BEFORE remembering where you are, sitting up JUST as suddenly, then once bashing your skull on the ceiling, REMEMBERING where you are! It's kinda like that sometimes. Not for me......
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Old 11-08-2006, 08:02 AM   #6
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that thing is sooo nice!

I hope its got lots of batteries to power the 5600W total power from the inverters :O.
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