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Old 06-18-2017, 07:30 PM   #1
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Hello! My name is Ellen. This is totally new to me! I am looking at a Honey
Sportscruiser. Its has been sitting for a few years and I have not been able to get inside yet. Once inside I'm going to look for water damage, condition of interior, mileage etc. Sure its going to need some work. I have not been able to find much information on this RV. Wondering if anyone had pictures, info etc. Im new to RV life, inlaws love Rv life and my husband and I are looking for something drivable and we can make it our own.
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Old 06-18-2017, 07:48 PM   #2
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Hi Ellen,

This forum is about Fiberglass Molded Trailers. Molded fiberglass being our common thread. Our campers are not build like traditional trailers and motorhomes. There aren't wood framed walls or outside panels. That construction technique limits the amount of leaks often found in traditional construction because we don't have the seams that connect roof frames to side frames. Not that we don't have leaks, they are just different repair techniques.

I am afraid you won't find the kind of help you are gonna need rescuing that Honey on this particular forum.
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Old 06-18-2017, 07:52 PM   #3
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But you are still welcome here.. you might even decide a molded fiberglass trailer is what you want in the end!

(Maybe its our mission to convert people lol)
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Ellen, Here are a few sites that might have better information than you can find on this site.

View Vintage RV Photos | RV Classifieds | For Sale | ViewRVs.com
http://www.irv2.com
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http://www.rv123.com/
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Friends of ours had a Honey class C, about a 1985. It had sat a couple years and had plenty of water damage. After repairing it and using it for a year they sold it.
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But you are still welcome here.. you might even decide a molded fiberglass trailer is what you want in the end!

(Maybe its our mission to convert people lol)
Gordon2, I like the way you think!
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