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Posted: 01/14/21 02:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

OK girls, the trailer is parked. So now let's go have some fun!
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Just had to post this.


Our 2351D Phoenix Cruiser, Jack, has turned us from campers into RVers and loving it!


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Posted: 01/14/21 02:39pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It's nose-high, so sleeping in it might be hard. You'll either roll out of be "down hill".[emoticon]

Either way, have a great time.


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At least they have on tennis shoes and not heels.


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Will the refer work that far off level? At least if they have something leak the trailer is self draining.


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Is that some new model of Phoenix Cruiser? Hadn't seen that one before.
Not too sure about that style, but the accessories are attractive.

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I don't get the joke? Is this your family? Or...?

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That sounds a cool rakish TT! At night head downhill to the facilities.


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learntorv wrote:

I don't get the joke? Is this your family? Or...?


Looking at the picnic table, I think the photo is off kilter, not the RV.

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And, I guess if you're really curious - ask the owner:
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bwm-3AWnxz-/

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I don't think the photo is off at all. Looks like they are camped on a fairly sharp downhill slope. Looks like about the angle of my driveway at home. Would hope they have good chocks![emoticon]

Edit: Nice to see an old Avion! My parents full timed in one for about 15 years before settling down in California. Wish I had that trailer now. The Avion was, in my opinion, far superior to the Airstream in looks and build quality. It towed just as well also.
They towed it all over the country from California to Florida
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* This post was edited 01/15/21 09:39am by BarneyS *


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Trailer roofline looks flat to the top of the photo. Nothing nose high about that group. [emoticon]


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