I like the idea of a smaller A too. I recently saw someone with a 28 foot. I'd love a 24 to 26 foot class A. I agree, the graphics are a bit much! :)
We see small A's fairly frequently, but they're usually older.
There's a couple new ones I've seen at shows that are intriguing but they are pricey. Ria (I think) is one on a big Sprinter chassis. I don't much like the wild graphics they put on all the RVs today. I rather like my my white with a couple subdued stripes and the little mountains in the back. Can't see how a dark body would be anything but excessively hot.
Hopefully the small A will catch on and more manufacturers will join in. I like it!! I agree with you on the graphics but I do like it!!
I like the idea of a small A, too, Kim. Sure wish you could find one! I never did like the over-cab hangover on a C.And your Mom's probable comment about the graphics is a hoot! Apt, too! :D
I thInk I like your Mom ! Hahaaa
So glad you have not given up on your dream to travel. We sold one of my little trailers to a woman who was going to do on-line teaching to Indian kids....somewhere in the mid West. She didn't want to stay in an apt or hotel room...I love the condo idea and hope you find your rv soon. There are lots of very nice hardly used rv's in Arizona for sale....there is a big escapees rv park a mile from us...
Find one with a slide to give you more room. You can get a shorter RV with a slide and that makes it much roomier when parked. We know lots of people who really regret getting an RV without a slide. Good luck!
I have a 1988 Winnebago 27'...It's puurfect..Short wheelbase so I can go most anywhere, and almost all campgrounds..They are out there. And since it's older I don't have to worry about scratching the graphics....Upriverdavid
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