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It started for us in the first year we were married 1979 with a chevy Blazer, then 80-81 Tent, 82-85 18' bumper pull 1978 coachman, 86-89 26' 1985 sportscoach III, 90-2015 40' 102' wide 1987 Newell #131, 2016 to present 45' double slide Newell 2003 #659...... All camping options for us were purchased used " Yes even the tent " lol we don't mind we do what we gota do to enjoy the camping life or as our grandkids say now GLAMPING
Billy & Starla Hoffman
Poteau Oklahoma
 2003 Newell #659
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Oh Dear. Wall Tent in 1969. Wright Tent Trailer in 1971. 24 Ft Winnebago in 1980. First New one, 30 Ft Winnebago in 1984. 1990 Granville, 1994 Gulf Stream Scenic Cruiser, 1999 Dutch Star, 2000 Mountainaire, 2004 Bluebird M380, 2006 M380, 2006 Wanderlodge 450 LXi, 1989 Newell 36ft., 1988 Newell 40 ft.

Hmmm. I think I'm Done
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Started researching Class A motorhomes in 2002. Our first purchase was a 42' 2003 Country Coach Intrigue First Avenue with 3 slides in April 2005. In December 2007 traded the Country Coach for a 42' 2004 Foretravel U320 Designer Series II with 2 slides. During our ownership this coach had to be towed three times to repair facilities because of blown turbo boots. On our last trip this 04 Foretravel never made it to the destination. We had to leave it at service facility for repairs. We returned home and took the coach to Foretravel in April 2010 and it was sold in June 2010. We were without a coach until February 2015 when we bought a 45' 2012 Foretravel IH 45. You know the old saying about being fooled. Placed this Foretravel on consignment at Motorhomes of Texas in November 2015 and it sold in July 2016. Purchased Newell Coach 1242 in March 2017 from Wade's RV in Glenpool, OK. Hopefully we will have better luck with the Newell than the Foretravel. 
Started looking at Newell's in 2007, but could not find the right coach. Wished we had purchased a Newell in December 2010 instead of the Foretravel. I believe we would be dollars ahead.


Reese
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