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Old 09-13-2020, 07:46 PM   #1
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but am a longtime RV'r. Started out with bumper pulls 40 some years ago, moved on to a Class C which I had coast to coast at various times. Went full time in a 5th wheel about 8 years ago and wife and I decided to move to a Class A. We found a great deal on a 1999 Adventurer 35C with Ford drivetrain and just over 50k miles. Maintenance records included. We are looking forward to our first trip in it to see a son in Colorado Springs.


I was excited to find this website with active Winnie Owners. Looking forward to being a part of this forum.


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