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That is one good looking toy. I want one under my tree!


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Wow! I hate to admit it but I might actually like that exterior!


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Damn it Jim, I am an RVer not an Astronaut !

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different





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It is very stylish and the article is very interesting. It is a great leap forward in integrating some high tech features but I am afraid it may be a little too soon at that price point(70K). Hopefully this will push all the other makers to move in this direction and we will all be winners.


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I just noticed the awning on it. What's with it being spaced away from the roof/side? That's going to let a lot of rain water through (no way the gutter will handle it all). And why does it stop short of the rear door?


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Interesting. I like the look.
A few years ago motorhomes had slanted fronts and TT's had flat fronts. Now the motorhomes have flat fronts and TT's are getting slanted fronts.
It seems to me like they're getting the aerodynamics reversed.
But, what do I know?

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Very nice looking exterior, interior. I wonder if behind the flash there have been as many extra measures taken to justify the price (where they can't be seen) as have been taken on the outside (where they can be seen). Lippert frame(to Forest River specs)?????


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Mr Spock. How do you expect us to get to the planets surface in that. It may look like a shuttle Spock. But it isn't.

That seams logical captain.



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