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I saw your post on the short class C. When I was up in Indiana touring facilities I was specifically looking at 24-26 Ft class Cs with a small slide. My logic was the same as yours. No rear bed, one is located above the cab. The couch folded out and the booth could also be turned into a bed. The kitchen was in the rear along with the bathroom facilities. They all had a couch slide which made a nice little sitting area perfect for a couple/solo or someone with small children. Gulfstream, shasta, and Fleetwood all have these units. Great little unit. I was thinking about it for quick weekend getaways.

As for the RV show, GO! I went to one last year and it was great. Big one in Denver the second week in Jan that I will be attending. I take a pad of paper. Look at the units and make notes. Great place to learn. You can get a 2001 Buyers guide (I can give you the info if you need it) for about $7 which contains a lot of info. I then write the manufacturers and get the brochures.


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