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  1. Rick Lapointe
    06-14-2022 07:37 AM
    Rick Lapointe
    Hi Chuck
    Been following your threads, do you still own the GS TourMaster?
    I have a 2007 t36, and been a real PITA since purchased, I need a consultant or a therapist to get this thing right.
    Please advise.
    Thanks
    Rick
  2. dan596
    11-15-2020 02:20 PM
    dan596
    Hi Chuck, I noticed in your signature that your toad is an Acura MDX. How did you manage this? I understood they couldn't be towed without a flatbed.

    Thanks, Dan
  3. Chuck v
    08-11-2020 03:58 PM
    Chuck v
    Greg,


    I just noticed this message because I did not have my forum settings set to notify me of an incoming private mail. Glad to hear of your enjoyment, and yes that is a very nice coach compared to many other choices on the market. I had heard from Loren about your "buddy breathing" recharge of his camper -- always nice to have a large diesel generator on board!


    Take care,


    Chuck
  4. GLDavis
    07-20-2020 08:23 PM
    GLDavis
    Howdy Chuck!
    This is the guy who's been enjoying your RV for the last couple years (almost). I see you're still active on here and just wanted to send you a note thanking you for the amazing experience.
    First, I just want to make sure you know how amazing this has been for my family. We've made two trips to Idaho where we stayed at Ravenwood RV park for over a week each time. I am convinced we had one of the nicest RVs in the entire park - We took two local trips to LL Stubs and Ainsworth State Park (primarily just because we could). We took a trip to Eastlake (in Newberry National Park) where we basically dry camped for a full week with no problems at all. We even charged my dad's camper off of our generator.

    I've learned a lot about RVing and actually come to really enjoy some of the odd maintenance tasks required when owning such an amazing vehicle (my favorite was tracking down replacement worm gears for the power bed lift).

    Now that I'm preparing to sell this RV I'm just marveling at how well maintained it is and how much nicer it is than similar vintage RVs on the market (condition, floorplan, upgrades, etc). It's obvious you put a lot of love into it and I wanted to thank you again for selling it to me.

    Thanks again Chuck!
    Gregory

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  • About Chuck v
    Occupation
    engineering consultant
    Interests
    vintage Deere garden tractors, hunting, the T40C
  • Signature
    2007 Tour Master T40C
    Acura MDX toad

    "It takes a great deal of time to recover from any improvement..."

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