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Old 05-07-2020, 09:44 AM   #1
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Sold my Bonair Oxygen last year and now I'm looking for another one. Any condition considered.

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Old 05-07-2020, 01:26 PM   #2
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Rare, rare, rare. And YOU HAD ONE. I remember the thread. The angst.. As Joni said " you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone". Never mind, we've all been there. These do show up about once a year. Yours was the last one I saw so it's about the right time. Good hunting.
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I loved the look, I loved the pull-ability. I didn't like the layout or usability. After purchasing a brand new Hymer I realized that none of these things are perfect. You have to make it your own. The oxygen was much closer to being right than I gave it credit for. I have seen at least one other for sale since I sold mine so I just need to keep my eyes open. In the meantime I bought a 2010 Casita Spirit Deluxe to get me by. LOL I've never owned a Casita it seems like a pretty solid if unspectacular rig.
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Most Casita owners like their trailers . Most hate the windows. If they had jalousies, I probably would have bought one back when I was looking.
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I enjoyed the jalousie windows on my Trillium but I camp in just enough cool weather that they can be a bit breezy.
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I've never owned a Casita it seems like a pretty solid if unspectacular rig.


We'll always have room for you at the Hymer rallies, Steve. Lots and lots of room.
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We'll always have room for you at the Hymer rallies, Steve. Lots and lots of room.
LOL, Thanks John. I wouldn't expect to see me in a bland rig though. The Casita is pretty nice/clean, very dependable, lots of room in the bathroom. pulled up into my steep driveway with lots of room to spare, but, it doesn't draw much attention. Maybe that will be good for me for the time being. However my next rig is going to be custom!
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Old 05-30-2020, 08:12 PM   #8
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Hi Steve ....... We are just considering selling our Oxygen and noticed your request .......... she's in really good shape with a little wood customization in the interior ..... have put a new cooktop in her since last you saw her...... We love the trailer BUT have not been using it as much as we had planned .... letting it go for $16,500 (C) ........... let me know if you are interested .. cheers. John pollard
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