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Old 14 November 2015, 08:26   #11
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Now just the small matter of new hydraulic steering,new electronics,new rear seating,new seat pods on the new Scot fast slide system,and that's just for starters,we are going to have a busy winter
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Old 14 November 2015, 08:43   #12
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Looks awesome!
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Mike - looks great & cannot wait to meet you guys & have a close look next summer !
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Great job Mike :thumbup:
Plus the fiberglass might help to muffle out you're snoring more than the canvas tent
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Niiiice dude
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Old 15 November 2015, 15:13   #17
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Mike - looks great & cannot wait to meet you guys & have a close look next summer !
Hope to meet up the East side of Denmark Jurgen
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Old 15 November 2015, 15:15   #18
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Great job Mike :thumbup:
Plus the fiberglass might help to muffle out you're snoring more than the canvas tent
I bow to the master Kerny
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Do you plan to sleep aboard often (or is this a "just in case" situation)? How is/are you lining the inside of the console - carpet? headlining? insulation? are you fitting a head? eberspacher? Will you keep the tent arrangement so bigger groups can all sleep aboard?

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