US C Class RV's how many on here?

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  1. Edgie

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    Was wondering how many C Class RV owners lurk on this site on what type of C Class you are running?

    Mines a 99 Fleetwood Tioga, love it ::bigsmile: :thumb:

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  2. Griffs

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    Hi
    We used to have a gulfstream ultra then last year decided to buy a fifth wheel,:Doh::Doh::Doh: at this point i will point out that back in the early seventies i was driving for a living as far as mid east etc so i am no stranger to artic,s , but after 11 months we had enough of fifth wheel, and bought a winnie aspect b class it is just perfect from the build and finishes to the driving it is a joy to own, and we are going down south via eurotunnel next wed for a month and back via santander . you will have to excuse my grammer the wife is in work so just basic keyboad and spelling:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
  3. lugnutt

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    i have a gulfstream c class..on a ford 7.5:thumb:
     
  4. RickB

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    Hi, I have a 1992 Amazon RB20 built on a Ford E350 5.8ltr with gas conversion, at only 21 feet long this is a minnow of an RV but it's my pride and joy.
    Next outing:- November 15th, Plymouth-Santandar-Portugal, yipee..........::bigsmile:
     
  5. American Dream

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    Me...I've got a Dodge Sportsman Built in Indiana in 1979.....:Cool:

    Bought it because the layout is right for the 2 of us + the kids.Double bunks at the rear and good bathroom.

    V8 440 with auto transmission.
    My Pride and joy /project too.
     
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  6. johng

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    GMC G30 with a chevy 350, 23' coach built by a company callled MIDAS...


    ::bigsmile:
     
  7. ginge61

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    1989 winniebago warrior 21 foot but suits me for what i want gas con on it too stiill looks better than the new plasticc ones eruro ones lol thats my opinion :ROFLMAO: used all year round too
     
  8. GEOFFs125

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    2000 Dutchmen Express with Chevrolet 7.4l V8 with LPG conversion. Owned for four years and used most weekends.

    :Smile:The best motorhome/RV I have ever owned, a joy to drive and has every home comfort you need.
     
  9. American Dream

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    Has anyone considered a C Class meet?

    You don't have to be big to be Beautiful.
    :Cool:
     
  10. Edgie

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    Hey thanks for the responses everyone, how about some pictures???? a C Class meet sounds like a good idea, probably best around the start of next season, March April time, this campsite in north devon would be good... www.incledonfarm.co.uk :thumb:
     
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  11. k9hul

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    Four winns 5000

    Hi Eddie mines a four winns 5000 25c on a chevey petrol &lpg 2008, been to Portugal for 4 months. 30 days after picking it up!! Great on long distance runs.
     
  12. madbluemad

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    Hi Eddie

    We have a 2004 Gulfstream Ultra Limited Edition Class C, 24 Foot Long. It has an E450 Super Duty Ford Cassis with a 6.8 Litre V10 Ford Triton Engine and we think its Brill.

    Jim
    :Smile:
     
  13. johng

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    C class meet sounds cool :thumb:

    I was in North devon at the weekend, is that farm anywhere near cloud farm ? (Doone Valley)

    great place but tricky to get 2.59 meters down :)
     
  14. Lampie

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    Coachmen Santara C class 97 on a Ford.

    Love it.

    Lampie
     
  15. ginge61

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    well will keep an eye on the c class meet sounds good
     
  16. Toffs-G

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    I don't want to hijack your thread but it is very interesting how many C class RV's there are that are around 24 to 26ft.

    Having just got a European 24ft C class I am now thinking early next year I will change it to something like a FW 5000 25c or Fleetwood Icon 24D, its the push out sides that appeal. With any luck I will have one by the time the C Class RV meet comes around:thumb:

    Any advice would be appreciated

    Thanks:thumb:
     
  17. kandave

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    C Class owner

    Another C Class owner here. Ours is a 2000 Fourwinds Dutchmen Express with Chevy 7.4 V8
     
  18. wee shuey

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    Hi there - Yes we bought a new fleetwood pulse in May this year and so far are happy with it - getting almost 20 mpg so far - Mercedes 3 litre fully automatic gearbox and it comes with genny, air and dash aircon, and slideout so am well pleased - wee shuey
     
  19. Pete & Kath Davies

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    We have a 30' Winnebago Itasca Spirit, 2 slides, on a 6.8 V10. Love it!
     

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    The Aspect is a C Class. The confusion arises from some dealers specifying a "B+" class for C Class without the overhead alcove - more properly called a "C-" perhaps! :Smile:. This is a source of neverending debate threads on rv.net. B class technically is built entirely within the van body width & length; C Class has a van cab with a coach-built habitation. http://www.crva.ca/rvtypes.asp

    Now that I have that out of the way ... I have a Winnebago Rialta, perhaps the smallest Class C, sitting in storage in Amsterdam..


    Pic in my Avatar & at the webpage in my sig!
     

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