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  1. Our washer in our 2003 Travel Supreme stopped working and I would like a new top loader. Has anyone bought one recently and where? I had two different front loaders in my reg. house and did not like them...stink, mold, etc. and I kept the door open all the way when not in use, and used Tide cleaner. We are presently in Michigan in the Detroit area. pamkay0707
  2. Thanks for the info and photos. The tile looks great in the kitchen. The motorhome is a 2004 Travel Supreme. I might tile around the bathroom sink area. We will need a new reclining sofa, new flooring, and possibly new valances. We have always been do DIY ers so it may be a challenge but fun.
  3. We are debating about purchasing a 2004 motorhome. We hate the wallpaper color and the valances. Can the wallpaper be replaced? Can we take of the valances and have new put in?
  4. We are looking at a 2004 Supreme Select and the interior has an outdated gold and green interior. The wallpaper is an ugly gold and green. I would like to lighten the walls with paint or new wallpaper. Has anyone done this?
  5. Actually, my husband just corrected me. The Supreme Select 2004 has 66, 000 on it not 80,000. Am not sure about the hours on the gen set? Will have to find out. It has no dish washer.. It is supposed to have been a $350,00+ unit when it was purchased. The people selling it are good friends of my sister in law and they are anxious for someone they know to buy it. We are flying to Florida to look at it and drive it next week. Hope we like it. We are anxious to try the full time life.. We raised 3 sons, who are now Eagle Scouts. We have been active in Boy scouting for over 25 years and love the outdoor part of camping, except when it is raining. And I want my own bathroom and bed! Thanks for all your opinions. Would like to hear from Supreme Select owners...is there a forum for Supreme Select owners?
  6. It has brand new tires, Norcold double door refrigerator, Cummins 500HP engine, Jake brake, 3 slides, washer/dryer. It has around 80,000 miles on it. Am not sure if the 3 TV's have been updated. It has a 110 solar panel, auto gen start and auto gen slide, and hydro hot heating system. They have all the maintenance records. We have read some negative comments about getting camping sites for motorhomes over 40 feet long. And we heard that some states require a special license to drive them too. Will we need to get a special drivers license to drive this 41'7" RV in California? We do plan on taking RV driving lessons at Lazy Days in Tampa and also plan to camp closer to interstates at first and use the toad to do sightseeing. We are just unsure about our first RV being this long. The longest one of my parents that I drove was 34 feet long.
  7. I am new to this forum. I suppose that it would be good to actually give more info and ask a question. I am from a motorhoming family and we tent camped a lot with our three sons. We would like to try fulltiming when we retire this spring. We have looked at 36 foot new Tiffins and Winnebago models. Now we have a chance to buy thru family a 2004 Travel Supreme diesel 41'7" in length. It has been very gently used, mostly for snowbirding in Florida. The owners are offering it to us for $80,000 and are including their toad which is 2007 Honda CRV. My brother thinks we need a diesel to travel the US and that we need the storage of a 40plus length to be happy full timing it. Any comments? Any owners of Select Supremes that really liked their RV?
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