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Old 06-25-2015, 12:41 PM   #1
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New Melbourne on Sprinter Chassis

Looks like the mods will have to add a new MH thread. The new MELBOURNE will be a "Class B+"

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Old 06-25-2015, 01:24 PM   #2
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I would certainly take a long look at one of those if I were in the market for a Class C. I've heard those sprinter chassis get crazy good fuel economy.

DW and I will more than likely move to a Class C after the boy gets bored of camping with his boring ol' parents. I can't imagine what things will look like in 14 or 15 years when that happens!
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DW and I will more than likely move to a Class C after the boy gets bored of camping with his boring ol' parents. I can't imagine what things will look like in 14 or 15 years when that happens!
If the last 20 years are any indication the, 2030 RV's will look like the 2012's with different graphics. More complicated systems needing repairs just as often.
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