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Old 11-12-2007, 12:20 PM   #1
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I always have one eye on what is going on with the conversion industry as well as any new developments I see coming out of the factories.

It appears as if many of the manufacturers are trying to jazz up their interiors, but I have to be honest, many of these companies are in desperate need of a interior designer. I am seeing fabrics that look like they have come out of the 70's & 80's. Color combinations that look as if someone just threw a bunch of left overs in the rig. Walls that are dark or black with white switches and wall controls. And curtains that just plain look like they came out of grandma's house.

I just don't understand how buyers are shelling out big money for a rig with an interior that looks like it was a after thought.

2012 Showhauler 28'6" Motorhome on a Columbia w/ 450 Mercedes.
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Old 11-14-2007, 04:28 PM   #2
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bill i agree---i really don't see how companies can calim tobe in touch wit todays "lloks" and still offer the options that they do.---that's why we went with a conversion--- i'm still as happy today as i was in 2003----- mase
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