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  • Welcome to the Classic RV Network!

    This area is for folks to introduce themselves to the group. Please register to get started. Registering is simple and will allow you to post in the forums, make your own free blog to share your adventures and experiences with the world, upload photos and make albums, create and join user groups and be an active member of this great group.

    Your information is completely secure, we will never share anyone's information without their specific permission to do so.

    After you have completed registration please feel free to come back to "Introductions", click on "New Topic" and introduce yourself.

    A sincere thank you for your interest and participation!
    1992 Champion EuroPremier 38', 1984 Ford Bronco, 2010 Australian Shepherd - "Coby", 2012 Pomeranian- "Bella"
    www.ClassicRV.net --- Twitter @ClassicRVNet

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    ClassicRV.net was founded in 2014 in beautiful Southeast Michigan. Our mission is to encourage and support the restoration and continued care of all those great classic RV’s out there. It began with my crazy idea to buy a motorhome on a relatively tight budget that would be able to pull my old Ford Bronco. Hence our 1992 Champion Europremier which you all will get tired of hearing about I’m sure. After a short time with our “budget” motorhome I started seeing that it is actually a “classic” worthy of far more TLC than I had originally intended.

    RV’ing is an amazing way to see our beautiful state and country yet can be quite expensive, especially the entry price, but for those willing to do a bit of work and use some good old fashioned elbow grease a classic RV can be affordable and a great source of pride. The adventure, exploration, fun and family bonding possibilities that a classic RV present are almost endless within our beautiful continent so get out there, have fun, be safe and be sure to share your experiences here with all of us.

    We started with a pop-up camper, a 1998 Flagstaff that we purchased used. It was very affordable and lots of fun for a while until I got the crazy idea to buy a dedicated off-road vehicle that needed to be towed on a trailer. Here are some pics of the pop up days:

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    and now we manage this beast...

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    1992 Champion EuroPremier 38', 1984 Ford Bronco, 2010 Australian Shepherd - "Coby", 2012 Pomeranian- "Bella"
    www.ClassicRV.net --- Twitter @ClassicRVNet

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    • #3
      Thanks josh...!! For this detailed information about this community. I am new member and was just looking for someway to know more about this community. Now i think i had enough, hope I'll will also have a good time here and will increase my knowledge as well as other members.

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      • #4
        Josh! Thanks for this warm welcome to newcomers. I am also a newbie here and like your way to say welcome to new members.. I think in this community there will be lots of threads to talk about different things especially about travel. It seems to me the members of this board have great interest in travel.. Am I right?

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        • #5
          Glad you like the site. Yes it is focused mainly on traveling by RV and RV repair and maintenance.
          1992 Champion EuroPremier 38', 1984 Ford Bronco, 2010 Australian Shepherd - "Coby", 2012 Pomeranian- "Bella"
          www.ClassicRV.net --- Twitter @ClassicRVNet

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          • #6
            Originally posted by herey ge View Post
            Josh! Thanks for this warm welcome to newcomers. I am also a newbie here and like your way to say welcome to new members.. I think in this community there will be lots of threads to talk about different things especially about travel. It seems to me the members of this board have great interest in travel.. Am I right?
            Yeah Herey G. Most of members have discussion about traveling. They are like traveling and visited numerous places around the world. I think it is good for you. You can get a lot of information about your favorite places. So keep sharing.

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            • #7
              You are absolutely right; Joh n it is good for me, because in this way I will get knowledge about different destinations of the world that I have explored or wanted to explore. Let me know what kind of places do you like to explore? I love natural spots and next I am going foryellowstone bus tours from san francisco.
              Last edited by herey ge; 06-29-2015, 03:34 AM.

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              • #8
                I like to explore natural and historical places around the world. By visiting these kinds of places, I can learn a lot of things about the world. Natural places offer to see the beauty of God and historical places offer to know the history of the world and the destination. I feel pleasure after visiting these places.

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