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Old 08-27-2012, 03:10 PM   #11
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From now on, I own a 2012 replica of a 1986 Newell.
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Old 08-27-2012, 06:48 PM   #12
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Hey Jon,

I really like your paint job, actually the more I sit here staring at your profile pic of your Newell I makes me want to start painting ours shhhhhhhh! don't tell the wife I said that lol.
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Old 08-27-2012, 10:20 PM   #13
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You got it, Mr. E.. We will state whatever we need to as when they see the coach in person there would be no questions.
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I think about the bus conversion depending what state they are licensed, the year they are done is the year they are titled. It really is a big joke. I would also try and boycott those parks and resorts with silly rules. It is such a stupid rule, when you have too prejudice against nice luxury coaches such as Newell's. I understand they want to make sure that no RVs enter with windows held in by duct tape or ladders dangling from the back etc., lol. Like others have stated, some cheaply made RV lucky to last a handful of years is allowed in because its only 5-15 years old. I guess it's a good rule for companies that make the throwaway class A's, but I'll be damned If I'll own one those.

This is another reason why fellow Newell owners and other luxury coach owners need to help one another out, so that we can keep our comrades up to snuff on crazy issues like these.

Jon, I guess whatever year you acquired your Newell is the year it really is, right? It was new to you then.
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