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I've been holding out on this post, as it seems obvious and probably a repeat, but on the four wheel camper forum i look at (my other motorhome) we did this to make people aware of similar campers in their area.

So I thought it might be interesting to have people post a photo of their Toyota rv and what town/city/area they live in. I see a number of these rigs around here and am always curious they are like (the owners and the rv's)

I live in Aptos, CA on the California central coast. I have a 1988 Horizon.

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1991 Itasca Sprint. Summers in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont......the rest of the year varies.

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We live in Grand Haven Michigan. Just bought a 1984 Dolphin, our first motorhome and are leaving tomorrow for a Labor Day Weekend canoe trip with it. So pumped!!! :hyper:

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81 Sunrader - occasionally seen cruising the streets of Tecumseh, Shawnee, Norman and OKC, Oklahoma (big outa state plans for next year tho).

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Mrs. Clark (name of our 1990 Odyssey) can be found in the Indianapolis, Indiana area

and a week or so in Northern Illinois and Wisconsin.

Dennis...

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1985 Sunrader 210 RD, San Francisco Bay Area. We brought it last November. We have driven it to Oregon, and to quite a few places in Northern CA.

AllenL

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1983 Sunrader, usually found in Manassas, VA (DC area) or Lenoir City, TN (Knoxville area) and points between with side trips to Carolina Beach, NC.

Allen

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My 1991 V6 shorty (18 foot) Sunrader can be found either in the garage or in the woods

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Check out avatar of 1986 Sunrader. 22 RE turbo charged. Gladwin,Mi. Nickname of motorhome, " Against the Wind", for obvious reasons. Nick name of owner/driver, " Ol'Poop", for obvious reasons.

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Ours is an 83/84 Sunrader, First night's camp on our way south last fall.

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Fall colors as we went south last fall.

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this is a shop of us at a surfer spot south of Puerto Vallarta.

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right now we are getting it ready to tow south behind our bus, we will use it as our car and mother in law suite for the winter.

We live full time in our MCI bus and use the Toyota for short trips, kind of our summer cottage. Last winter we lived in the Toyota full time for the winter, and did 10,000 miles towing that little trailer (1,000#) all through Mexico.

We spend our summers around the Okanagan BC and our winters any where warm.

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On a ferry in the Kootenays BC this summer

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By a river in the mountains.

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Mine is a "87" Nova Star made by New Horizon it lives at 43'58.00n 70'52.805w (hint southwestern Maine near N.H. border).

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Howdy,

Ours is a '91 Itasca/Winnebago Spirit 21'. We bought it two months ago and have logged 6K miles and a full month of sleepiing in it. We are based in Chelan, WA.

I hope to hear from you if you are in our area (North Central Washington State).

May your flush valves work smoothly and your transmission look forward to the next mountain pass.

Dave Oglevie

Chelan, WA

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I own a 1990 Dolphin V6 Automatic. Totally rebuilt the rear structure since purchase in June. Now ready for the road with a new interior including ventilated power seats from a Saab. Based in Marietta (near Atlanta) Georgia.

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This is our 89 Dolphin !!

It lives in South Surrey, BC. Canada.

We have owned it for 3 years now and have enjoyed it ever since we picked it up.

We are looking froward to many family trips to come :)

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The SkiBumMobile waits for the next ski trip in central California (Turlock). It Really enjoys storm weeks at Kirkwood, and has done several trips to western Washington to see the grandkids.

John

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I just got my "new" 1990 Itasca Spirit last week. Her probable name is Tinkerbell. Gosh, there's a lot to learn!

Our home is in Petaluma, CA; 45 minutes north of the Golden Gate Bridge in beautiful Sonoma County.

Kathy

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I have a 1986 Sunrader 4x4 in Ft. Worth, Tx. I used it to go offroad motorcycle racing, but I'm retiring from racing so I might sell it , if someone offers me a lot for it. I put 80,000 on it in the last 8 years(163,000 total)post-3074-1255313229097_thumb.jpgpost-3074-12553133071532_thumb.jpg

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1985 18ft Sunrader 4X4 located in the Outer Banks of NC.

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This is our 1987 Sunrader, we have had it for about two years now. We live in Eastern Washington and have driven it to San Jose California, Mt. Shasta, Central Oregon, Eastern Oregon, and the Washington coast (Long Beach) and we love it. At first we bought it for the dogs, and our cousin once called it the giant dog crate. But my wife "Soozie Bee" officially named it "The Bee Hive"and I like that name much better.

This is not the best picture of the RV but it is the best location to take a picture, and the backround got the priority.

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I am in Homosassa Florida for the winter months.

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