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In response to Doug's post about 50% assembly and leaving screws out:

dodge guy wrote:

Actually most all US RV manufacturers do that.


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Lwiddis wrote:

RV in the first three pictures seems low to the ground. I like the looks of the RV in the next to last picture.

Seems strange but he is taking it mainly on dirt roads.
Sunliner build mainly Class C's, they are well built and nicely finished. Although their Monte Carlo looks like a Class A

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Really neat pictures! Thank you for posting them.


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Definitely some really great looking RVs !!! Years ago, I sold my corvette to a buyer who was shipping it to Australia, where it would be converted to righthand drive in order to be re-sold and driven there.

He said they do not allow any LHD vehicles in OZ. I'm guessing that's still true.


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Lwiddis wrote:

RV in the first three pictures seems low to the ground. I like the looks of the RV in the next to last picture.
Likely air ride like my 98 Mountain Aire can almost set it on the ground with the air suspension that I changed over too.


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mdprince wrote:

Definitely some really great looking RVs !!! Years ago, I sold my corvette to a buyer who was shipping it to Australia, where it would be converted to righthand drive in order to be re-sold and driven there.

He said they do not allow any LHD vehicles in OZ. I'm guessing that's still true.

Only if it is over 25yrs old

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