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Old 07-25-2013, 09:07 AM   #11
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They did a good job on that floor plan !
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Old 02-07-2014, 07:45 AM   #12
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As you will see by other posts, these thing as are evolving fast. I bought one last night that was made in October of last year and according to another post theirs was also built that month but they got the under dinette storage but we did not. Flooring, mattress, awning light are also all updating, always for the better.

If you are still looking I would use these to get a better deal. You should be able to get a chunk off if you are buying a new 2014 that is not as nice as the others.

Unfortunately 16 inches of snow and temps below 10 mean it will sit for awhile but that will give time to modify the shelves and decide where to store what.
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Old 04-19-2014, 05:53 PM   #13
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Finally done with the big remodel of the closet. I ripped out the doors, front, drawer etc and had a big whole. I replaced the paneling on the right 1/2" plywood and built a shelf and then tracks for wire baskets from the Container Store. There was a junction box under the drawer that I converted to another receptacle. I built two new full size doors out of black walnut. Everything got a dark cherry stain and two coats of poly. I installed LED lights around the inside of the doors and they are controlled by two switches so if you open only one door these lights go on. Mirrors on the doors make the space look bigger, and I did not have to try to duplicate the raised panel doors. The doors do have the beading around the outside edge. The baskets were about $250 and all the lumber, plywood, mirrors, lights etc were another $250. And I already had the walnut and trim pieces. More work and money than I thought but now I have lots of storage. The middle section holds the dinette pad and the ladder for the upper bunk fits in well also.
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Old 04-21-2014, 09:31 AM   #14
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Wow, that looks great. Clearly you know what you're doing. Beautiful work. Thanks for showing it.

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