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Old 08-09-2013, 05:46 AM   #15
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Thumbs Up for Park Liner

We were pleased that when we changed our minds late in the game, Chandler refunded our deposit. We had always wanted a Class B or B+, but got distracted by the innovative design and affordability of a new Park Liner, compared to a Class B. Anyway, when we got cold feet, Chandler refunded our entire deposit. We wish him well.
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Old 08-09-2013, 05:58 AM   #16
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Only way I would get a motorized camper Pauline is if I was gonna drive it at least once a month. Never good to have something with a motor you don't use often. Being working stiffs, it's a travel trailer for us. Heck, I run the big house generator every month just to keep it in shape, and I always use ethanol additive for all my power equipment. Problem with stuff sitting around is that seals dry out, and if you're not sitting on concrete when the unit is not being used, rust is a problem.

Having said that, I think it is a good and positive recommendation for ParkLiner that they refunded your entire deposit. We're hoping to send ours in sometime soon!

Good luck with whatever you guys do.

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Old 08-09-2013, 09:27 AM   #17
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on the class B/B+ rigs...
I agree w/Frank's take on having one only if it was going to be used frequently to keep motor and systems happy. I suppose you could say our full size Chevy AWD van conversion is now at least a "B" : ) and it is driven every work day to/from our place at the golf course ~4 miles into town where we both work at the local costco. It is a 2010 and now has a whopping ~17K miles on it.

On the future for us? I'm seriously pondering the idea of selling the Chevy at some point and getting a totally stock RAM Promaster maybe in 4 or so years and keeping the rig entirely stock outside and have no indication that it is a class B rig inside for stealth camping.

Best wishes on your adventures with or without some fiberglass in the design.

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Old 08-11-2013, 09:40 AM   #18
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I want to get a ParkLiner in part just so I can take a bunch of pics and it's not always Thom's pics up top!

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Old 08-11-2013, 12:15 PM   #19
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Parkliner pix

Hi Frank,
Just thought I'd post a couple shots of our PL at the Sacandaga campground in the southern Adirondacks around the end of June. Tim and Rita gave us our original tour, too. Great ambassadors, aren't they!
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Old 08-11-2013, 12:31 PM   #20
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Looks good Brian. Yes, Tim & Rita are great ambassadors! We sure enjoyed meeting them and taking a look at their ParkLiner. Not much I would change when we get one, but a few things...

Enjoy!

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Brian nice PL Pix!

Frank...happy future picture taking and posting : )

teaser...you could be here...
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Old 08-11-2013, 03:21 PM   #22
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Thanks Thom, we'll see how it goes! Selling stuff...

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Looks good Brian. Yes, Tim & Rita are great ambassadors! We sure enjoyed meeting them and taking a look at their ParkLiner. Not much I would change when we get one, but a few things...

Enjoy!

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Thanks Frank-
Sounds like we'll get to meet at the Copake rally. Looking forward to it.
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Yes, we hope and expect to be there Brian. Probably just for the day Saturday. Looking forward to it!

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We were pleased that when we changed our minds late in the game, Chandler refunded our deposit. We had always wanted a Class B or B+, but got distracted by the innovative design and affordability of a new Park Liner, compared to a Class B. Anyway, when we got cold feet, Chandler refunded our entire deposit. We wish him well.
This time of year, Chandler probably had it re-sold before he put the phone down.
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I would bet you're right Thom. I wish they would post "births/adoptions" on their Facebook page!

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Old 08-11-2013, 07:39 PM   #27
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Parkliner is a company that listens to their customers. They have the queen size bed with side dinette, bunk beds, and bath. You don't have to select a model, you can get it all! The fiberglass company's just don't get the need for change. The 48 inch bed for example. I just can't see myself telling my wife, " honey I'm buying an RV and you're going to have to sleep on your side in the fetal position and head to toe with me.
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We smile about the 'bed thing'.

We made a 100 jokes when we bought a trailer with a 48" bed before we had traveled in it. Gld that we were only going to use that trailer for 2 months.

We had always had a Queen bed in our home and in our Motorhome. In the 1st 6 years of trailer travel we've spent over 1000 nights in the trailer and not once has either of us felt like we needed more space and we sleep in the normal side by side position not head to foot.

I usually sleep in a fetal position and always have regardless of bed. We also both sleep on our back occasionally, like anyone else it's variable.

When we're home we have a Queen sized bed, in it we now feel like we're sleeping alone and invariable we get closer during the night, like we were magnets or something.

We sleep more comfortably on the road, eating habits and exercise contribute to the ability to sleep.

I certainly understand some people have different sleep habits and physical sizes, but our 44" bed has worked for us.
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