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Old 05-30-2013, 08:44 PM   #29
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Congratulations Babs! Have fun on your camping adventures on your return trip with your Parkliner in tow.
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Old 05-30-2013, 10:05 PM   #30
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Woot, Woot! Congrats! Enjoy the journey!



As for the issues you want to have addressed, there are plenty of good rv repair people in our fine state, so you can easily have the mods done and the crucial repairs taken care of for your trip! Enjoy! Don't forget to take pics!
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Old 04-29-2015, 01:12 PM   #31
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Thumbs down Parkliner camper

I am looking for a Parkliner camper in Co, UT, N Mexico area.

please contact me here.
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Old 04-29-2015, 01:56 PM   #32
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Wouldn't it be great if Parkliner could lead interested purchasers to Parkliners near them? Sheesh!

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Old 05-13-2015, 04:04 PM   #33
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Hi Cynthia - We live in Colorado and have a Parkliner to sell. If interested please reply here and I will follow up with details.
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Old 05-14-2015, 08:30 PM   #34
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reply re your camper for sale

Yes, interested in additional photos- info- where the camper is etc.
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Old 05-16-2015, 09:17 AM   #35
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Good Morning Cynthia -

My apology for not responding yesterday but I had another interested party that I was communicating with and wanted to verify if they indeed wanted the Parkliner.
They have another camper that they need to sell first, and this is our situation also.

So are you familiar with Parkliners at all; seen photos or layout? Since you are in Colorado it would be good if you could see the camper first hand. We are not far from Longmont/Loveland area.

Look forward to your reply and we can exchange more details via private messaging if need be.

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Old 05-17-2015, 11:55 AM   #36
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I am in the mountains near Vail. here is my personal email. kinikia8@gmail.com
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Old 05-17-2015, 07:18 PM   #37
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Hi Barbara,

We are also looking at several fiberglass Trailers to buy one, and are researching Parkliner, Casita & Escape....

When I follow this thread I notice that you bought your Parkliner a couple years back & have it for sale. Your experience with PL may help us & others who are in the market for a FG trailer.

How did you like the PL ?, which features you liked more than others....
What did you think about the axle ?

If you could please share .....

Thanks
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Old 05-17-2015, 10:07 PM   #38
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Hello Raj,

I would be happy to share why we chose a Parkliner, and it wasn't because we had not checked out other fiberglass brands, but it just had the right features that we were looking for in a small camper. Too, I will share why we are now selling it which has nothing to do with the performance of the camper per se.

It's a wee bit late now so I will reply tomorrow, Monday.

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Old 05-19-2015, 12:38 AM   #39
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Hi Raj,

We went on a qwest for a fiberglass camper primarily because we wanted a small unit that would allow us to get off the beaten path, the amenities to dry camp and be comfortable for extended trips. The Parkliner fit the bill. The best features for us was the dual batteries and dual propane tanks. Also how well thought out the floorplan and use of space is.

Parkliner was just hitting the market and like most, we wanted to learn all we could about this new kid on the block. In doing so, I discovered fiberglassrv forums and learned and received amazing support! There were a few reports from new owners having an issue with their Parkliners; most were willing or could remedy them theirselves. Some gave us pause and we waffled a bit on making a decision on purchasing a Parkliner.

As it turned out a timely posting of a Parkliner for sale appeared. The unit had rolled off the line in early Nov 2012 and here it was being listed to sell in May 2013. Hmmm?? We are in Colorado and the seller is in Virginia. We contacted them and their reason seemed valid. THIS forum allowed us to air our thoughts and concerns, should we go for it ??? HERE is where fellow "eggsters" really stepped up, played "devil's advocate in some instances and truly helped in enabling us to choose the Parkliner with confidence.

My hubbie drove to VA, had a look, spoke with the owner at length and brought it home. Appearance exceeded our expectations. For a unit being 7' wide and "the box" 12' long it is amazingly roomy. As they say, too many features to list here. Check out their web site, you will be surprised what this camper has to offer!

As for concerns you mention, we did notice straight away that the tires were rubbing the wheel well and simply replaced them with 185SR14 tires. No problems since nor the axles which we had checked at the same time.

So why are we selling it? We simply want a bed that we can each get up on our own side. Also with the Parkliner being designed to accommodate the 6'2" founder and me being a shorty, the upper cabinets with doors that lift up and do not catch, are a challenge for me. We checked out replacing the hinges and a couple of other possible options but I would still need a small stool.

Parting remark, it will be hard to find a replacement for all the great things and quality that this small camper has to offer. And if you decide a Parkliner might be in your future, we would be happy to pass along any other info we can and answer questions you might still have.

Cheers,
Babs



I hope you find this helpful
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Old 05-19-2015, 08:57 AM   #40
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Welcome to the site

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Old 05-19-2015, 01:38 PM   #41
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Thanks Babs, for taking the time in sharing your experience with the PL & helping newbies in their Trailer selection.

Wishing you the very best in your future Trailer selection & happy travels.

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Old 05-19-2015, 02:51 PM   #42
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You are welcome Raj. I do not know if you are aware that Parkliners are manufactured in Gibsonville, NC. It's just off I-40 near Burlington which is East of Greensboro.

If there is a drawback with Parkliner, it is receiving a reply from the company if you contact them about an enquiry either by phone or email. (This is when you check out previous threads regarding remarks and suggestions from early owners back in 2012).

However, if you are ever keen to look at one first hand and there is not an owner in the South-East, it could be worthwhile to contact them about a visit to the factory and one would think they would be just as keen to accommodate your request.
Check out their website for contact info and every detail, specs, options and photos.
It's the most comprehensive site I have ever seen for a camper. (I could be a salesman for them . . ha-ha!

But when you consider Casitas are made in TX, Escapes in Canada, Scamps I believe in Minnesota, it's not a stretch unless you consider our pristine and gently used Parkliner here in the beautiful Rocky Mtns; a vacation destination in it's own right!!

Well happy hunting and be sure to "post" to this forum when you find THE ONE.

Cheers,
Babs
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