Tour of Our 2002 Holiday Rambler Vacationer After 4 Years Of Ownership [Video]

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  1. Hi David. Thanks for sharing your RV with us. 🙂 I wonder if you would share the costs associated with it. How much did you pay for the original purchase and how much were all of the repair/maintenance things that you did? My husband and I are doing lots of research to decide if an older motorhome might be for us (I hope so!!), but I have to be able to budget appropriately.
    Also, do you (or maybe someone on your blog) know where a complete novice can get some hands on ‘training’? Things like how to work with all the components of the motorhome, what to look for regarding potential problems, etc. I do have the pre-purchase inspection checklist (thank you!) but would like to get some hands on training before I even go to look at my first potential purchase. Did I mention I’m willing to pay for the training?? 😉 Did I also mention that I live in Florida (northeast)?
    Last, but not least, do you know any reputable RV inspectors?

  2. My Norcold is set at 2 and keeps everything as cold as needed. No plans to change anything on it at this point. I really like the carpet in the cab area and the new floor in the main area. Good job!

    1. You might be one of the lucky ones, or perhaps an entirely different model. Mine is the 1200 LRIM. But, Norcold is often called the “No Cold” for a reason. 🙂

  3. Ruth Snyder says:

    Enjoyed your tour of your motorhome. We have a 2006 Winnebago and are also having problems with our “No cold” refrigerator as my hubby calls it. I am definitely interested in seeing your video on replacing it with the Amish alternative. Thanks for making these videos!

    1. Yeah, we’ll see how it goes. I may pull the trigger and order that new unit in the next couple months. Never done something like that before so it will be a learning experience. 🙂

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