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Old 12-19-2002, 11:02 PM   #1
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:wave We just bought an oxygen. Does anyone else have one? How does it haul? Our first trip will be a long one - route 66 with a 32 ford roadster street rod. Anything you would add, change or take?We too will be rigging up a shower of some type.:wave
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Old 12-19-2002, 11:19 PM   #2
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You got one? how cool. We have mixed feelings about the Oxygen. I think it's mainly we know very little about them. I love the shape and looks, but not sure how roomy, but it would be fun to give it a try. Have you stayed in it yet? How does it feel. put some picture up, PLEASE,
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Old 12-20-2002, 01:05 AM   #3
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How is this rig equiped? What is the price in USD? And did
you travel to Canada to pick it up?
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Old 12-20-2002, 01:42 AM   #4
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* * * * * * :wave We just bought an oxygen. Does anyone else have one? How does it haul? *Our first trip will be a long one - route 66 with a 32 ford roadster street rod. Anything you would add, change or take?We too will be rigging up a shower of some type.:wave
Welcome to this Forum. You will enjoy it. Congrats on your new purchase:wave
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Old 12-20-2002, 02:03 AM   #5
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Oxygen by Bonair

Took me awhile to figure out what an "Oxygen" by "Bonair" was but by use of that clever little device called a search engine I quickly found out. I'll share----Bonair is a Canadian manufacturer of travel trailers located in Thetford Mines, Quebec. The "Oxygen" is one of their lightweight fiberglass models. Complete pics and specs at their website <www.bonair-rv.com>
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Old 12-20-2002, 07:21 AM   #6
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Hi Norm!

Hi Norm! We need some pictures! I saw Oxygen's sitting on many dealers lots this past summer, but never saw one of the road. Pretty neat looking rig!

<img src=http://www.bonair-rv.com/oxygen/oxy01.jpg/><img src=http://www.bonair-rv.com/oxygen/oxy02.jpg/>

Welcome to Fiberglass RV! I see webmaster Michael has already added "Oxygen" to the list of all our rigs!

Visit and post often, ok?
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Old 12-20-2002, 08:44 AM   #7
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Don't you just love those big windows? :wub

Nice the way Michael just pops the trailer type right up there as soon as you post you got it. :kiss
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Do you notice I had to go to two rows on the front cover? Front Cover
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Welcome, welcome, welcome!

Yes, Michael, I noticed the two lines. It is really looking great.

All we need now is for Norman and Jean to take a picture while out camping and you can put it on the front page ;)
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I would love to do that.
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:wave We just bought an oxygen. Does anyone else have one? How does it haul? Our first trip will be a long one - route 66 with a 32 ford roadster street rod. Anything you would add, change or take?We too will be rigging up a shower of some type.:wave
:wave Norm and Jean,

What part of Route 66 will you be traveling? We have members that traveled quite a bit of the old Route 66 last summer on their way to the Rocky Mountain Rally. They started in California.
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hi,Jean here Norman's down in the machine shop mfg. more parts for the '32 he's building. The plan is to finish by spring and sometime`may or`june to head south to Chicago and west to L.A., north to B.C. and home through the prairies. He's got a month off -I don't, I may need a new job.
That's pretty cool to see the Oxygen up there right away on the cover! Way to go Michael.
Tom- As for buying it- we got it here in Ontario,Canada. My brother saw one on a trailer lot in Calgary last year. Our dealer said that there is one new one left in Quebec. They come in colours-ours is gray,others are white or yellow.
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What a rig!

Definitely need a picture of that rig when you guys hitch up. An Oxygen and '32 roadster....sweet.

My dream tow vehicle would be an old woody...like a '48...year isn't all that important...just the era.

Yep...get that camera warmed up and ready to take some pics!
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hi,Jean here Norman's down in the machine shop mfg. more parts for the '32 he's building. The plan is to finish by spring and sometime`may or`june to head south to Chicago and west to L.A., north to B.C. and home through the prairies. He's got a month off -I don't, I may need a new job.
That's pretty cool to see the Oxygen up there right away on the cover! Way to go Michael.
Tom- As for buying it- we got it here in Ontario,Canada. My brother saw one on a trailer lot in Calgary last year. Our dealer said that there is one new one left in Quebec. They come in colours-ours is gray,others are white or yellow.
Post a photo of you Trailer and your ’32. We’ll put it up on the cover.
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