Looking for 17' Burro wide body - Fiberglass RV


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Old 08-17-2007, 09:10 AM   #1
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We love our 13' Burro but would like the space and longer beds of a 17' wide body. Though we are in no rush, with the possible difficultly in finding what we're looking for we will enlist the help of this forum. We'd prefer an older model both for price and reputation, but are interested in hearing of any that might be for sale. We're in the NW, but for our dream egg we can travel!
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Old 08-17-2007, 02:55 PM   #2
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You can have mine for like, a bizzillion million dollars...

Don't ask Per, he will charge too much...
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Older widebody, San Fran
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thanks Gina, a bit neervous about looking into something so far away, but I did inquire. Obviously would feel better buying something off FiberglassRV. We're in no rush so won't rush into something we can't be sure of, but know they don't come along every day so will consider this.
Roger's accolades of Burro, along with our own reasons for liking our little one, was a convincing factor in our narrow search for a 17'.

BTW-We aren't particularly interested in an air conditioner, just added cost, weight and maintenance to us, have never found we wanted or needed one. Do they generally come with them, as the one listed? Are they easily removable, meaning does it leave a hole to dea with (stupid questions?)?
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I never had an interest in air when I bought mine, but it came with it.. so.. I use it when I can. If not, I don't cry too much. I would just leave it. You will probably find you use it more than you thought you might. It ads to resale value as well.

Air was an option.
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