I'm editing my post because i've been thinking some more,[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]
for me i want something that will get my wife (and daughters) to come along with me more, turn wheeling into more of a family thing.
now it's pretty much just me going wheeling, now everyone else likes camping (we have a Pop-Up camper) but camping only is just to slow for me.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
so for all of us to go together we have to drive seperately both pulling something, (1/2 pickup pulling "3/4tonYJ" and my wife's CJ-8 pulling the Pop-Up. don't get me wrong, i'm grateful for what i got, but think the motorhome would be the way to go for the whole family. and i don't what to wait until i can afford something really nice (if ever) so the used 50,000+ miles, late 70's or early 80's, 24' to ??? is for me. I think
after reading all the good posts a couple times, i've come up with some questions.
1. what make a class "C" and a class "A" motorhome.
2. i just have a regular drivers license, where is the line draw that will require me to get something different?
thanks for any help......
(1st post below)
i've been debating buying a J-20 (oh ya, 3/4ton) V-8, T-18, bla bla bla, and it's got a big flat bed. the price was good but it was alsowrecked.
anyway, i believe after much debating to not get it and save my money for the ultimate "Tow Vehicle" what ever that is,
to me it's an affordable motor home. i'm thinking about a $5000 late 70's Winnabego (spelling?)
can you image the project that would turn into [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img] one to take me into retirement i'm sure.
so what do you all think would be the ultimate "Tow Rig"?
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