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New Horizon Majestic 37 RLTSS that has been fully updated by my wife and I. We had just purchased the rv and brought it up to 2018 standards and gave it our own personal custom touch to make it feel more like home. Those who know about New Horizons know they are built like tanks. They have and I-beam frame with a box beam attached to the bottom of the the I-beam to give torsional stability to the I-beam which is superior for it's spanning strength. We removed the carpet and installed java hickory vinyl planking which comes with a lifetime warranty in a residential setting. The cabinets were refinished in an Ultra Pure White semi gloss finished with all new brushed bronze hardware. Walls were refinished in a Pure white semi gloss. The dark wood floor pattern with the white gives a fantastic contrast and creates a much more inviting setting appearing both more spacious and warm comfortable. Bedroom has queen size Tempurpedic mattress, large cedar closet with two full size sliding mirrors, plenty of storage, built in cedar hamper, bed tilts up for more storage, really amazing cabinetry. The bedroom has more storage than my bedroom in my house. Full bathroom with vanity and brushed bronze lavatory faucet. Separate water closet from vanity and shower which is ideal. Full sized neo-angle shower with glass sliding doors and single handle shower valve. Kitchen is fully equipped with a brand new convection/microwave, Electric cook top, full size residential refrigerator. Electric/propane water heater. Unit has two propane furnaces controlling two zones from one Dometic thermostat. The unit has three roof top fans that can pull air in or push air out and also have rain covers which is a nice feature. There are plenty of windows and a huge amount of natural light fills the rooms, when it gets dark there is recessed lighting every imaginable spot and all independently controlled for optimal lighting during all conditions. Our reason for selling is simply that we after spending a great deal of time updating our coach realized we would like to get a Coach. We just had our first child and found there our circumstance that we hadn't foreseen prior to our little bundle of joy and logistically as a family a motor coach will work better for us. The end result is a New Horizon that has been completely gone through and updated and the kicker is we have never spent a night in it. It was a fun project and thoroughly enjoyed it and know that a family or couple will have a great time in this New Horizon. I will get pictures up stat~
CLOSED** Late Model Residential full-time rig 34'36' wanted.* We have purchased a used 2010 Carriage-Royals International 36MAX1. Rigging and configuring and almost ready to travel! Thanks to all for your comments and suggestions. Forums ROCK! Tipper We're going to want a replacement rig in the next 1-6 months. We're selling our S&B with RV garage now, (see RV Lots for sale) As full-timers we'll need the typical need for excellent insulation, strong frame and a floor plan with travel access to bathroom/bedroom. This rig would have to be a high quality 5th wheel with no weight restrictions for us (We have an HDT Tow Vehicle) The rig must also have the new frame-less thermo-pane windows and very decent storage. *Length from Pin to rear bumper is best to not exceed 36 feet. We do expect to boon-dock so a strong frame is a must and if not equipped we'd want 8K# axles and/or Moryde IS suspension added with 17.5 " wheels. Manufacturers we'd like to consider include: Excel NuWa HitchHiker Champagne Line Or The Discover America Line Carriage 36MAX1 Or the Royal International Version Our current rig should be for sale in February (a 2006 Winnebago Adventurer 35A full body paint, etc.) It along with our Jeep toad will also be sold about that same time or all together if desired.