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Old 09-17-2011, 05:21 PM   #15
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New price reduced to $10,500
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Old 09-17-2011, 06:50 PM   #16
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Jim,

I recall you had a propane tank in your tongue box. What runs on propane in your egg?
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Old 09-17-2011, 07:11 PM   #17
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I installed a WaveIII catalytic heater since the camper is all electric and I like to boon dock.
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Old 09-18-2011, 05:32 PM   #18
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I like your egg very much. I can't do anything until I sell my other campers. I will keep watching.
Thanks Laura
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Old 09-18-2011, 06:30 PM   #19
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Pretty sweet rig. Saw it at Poconos KOA North along with one other EggCamper. I was mightily-impressed by these and by the little, old Bolers. Previously I had seen but one Casita and our Burro so I needed to attend a "hatch".

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Pretty sweet rig. Saw it at Poconos KOA North along with one other EggCamper. I was mightily-impressed by these and by the little, old Bolers. Previously I had seen but one Casita and our Burro so I needed to attend a "hatch".

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Sumbunny is going to get a really sweet rig. It's beautiful and modern. Hope she goes to a great home.

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Old 09-19-2011, 09:42 AM   #22
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I have dropped the price to my bottom line, $10,000, I can not let her go for less.
Jim, you're killing me. If I could afford it, she would be mine..
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Dropped price again to $9,900...
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Old 09-19-2011, 10:00 PM   #24
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Unhappy dreamin

its a beautiful egg even the color is what i have been dreaming about for 3 yrs. but sadly at the rate life treats me .it wont happen ;i take one step 4ward n get kicked back 3. i'll dream of fulltiming till i die.
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Old 09-20-2011, 05:54 AM   #25
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What should I do? Should I remove the WaveIII heater and Jensen Marine Radio and reduce the price to $9500, are these items necessary to enjoyment of the Nest Egg? Did I over improve it?
Let me hear your ideas in selling, thanks.
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Old 09-20-2011, 06:31 AM   #26
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Jim, Every mod you made on this is just more icing on the cake, let it mellow a bit more and it will sell. This trailer is well worth what your asking for it, and if need be I'd store it for the winter and sell it in the spring (for more). If I didn't just sell a trailer and buy another recently I'd be all over this beauty.
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Why don't you list everything it has. That would help. I am not clear on what an electric version has. More pictures would help as the decoer is so well done. The more puctures the better. The dinette picture looks so tight it makes me think I coukd never get my feet in there. Are these well insulated? Mention that. Isvthere an inside stove? Bathroom? Can you cook inside? The more question you can answer the bettter.
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Why don't you list everything it has. That would help. I am not clear on what an electric version has. More pictures would help as the decoer is so well done. The more puctures the better. The dinette picture looks so tight it makes me think I coukd never get my feet in there. Are these well insulated? Mention that. Isvthere an inside stove? Bathroom? Can you cook inside? The more question you can answer the bettter.
I realize you are a new member here and are not familiar with the various types of Eggs available. But if you go to LIGHTWEIGHT FIBERGLASS TRAVEL TRAILER
a lot of your and anyone else's questions will be answered re "all electric" and construction questions. Also feel free to contact me for specific questions you may have. The EggCamper is double hulled with reflectix in between, all electric in that no propane, but I've added a propane catalytic heater for off grid camping. Between that and the dual 27 batteries with 100% LED, one can remain off grid several days in any kind of weather. Full standup shower with toilet, there is a kitchen with stove and microwave and coffeemaker.
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