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Old 11-26-2010, 04:07 AM   #1
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Hi Folks,

Brand New to the site. And brand new to motorcoaching. Am presently in negotiations for a 2001 Newell 45' twin slide. Anything particular I should be looking for? It only has 74K miles on it and appears in top condition. have to fly down to CA and take a look at it in a couple of weeks.

I'm also looking for a Stacker trailer to haul my 74 CJ5, 72 Corvette and 56 Harley in so if anyone knows of one where the owner would be interested in a trade for a 2007 Harley FLHTPI and sidecar, I would appreciate a heads up.

Wife and I are presently going thru an amicable separation so I'll be travelling with my trusty side kick, Ben. He's my pound pooch - a shepherd/dobie/lab cross.

Looking forward to learning the ropes and all and any advice gladly accepted.

Keith
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Old 11-26-2010, 04:53 PM   #2
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Hi Keith, do you know by chance what the coach number is and or how its equipped. I know we have a few members on here with similar years that should chime in unless they are out hunting turkeys. Just kidding guys. I do know that the 2001 double slide is a desirable Newell. I would like to have one. 74k on the 60 series is nothing. Do you have someone to look it over with you?

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