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Old 01-21-2013, 10:00 PM   #1
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Default 2013 Regency GT24 MB by Leisure Travel

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Ok, yes it is a Class C but it fits well in this section of Class B Forum.

-20 C during the demo!

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From ski trips to summer holidays, enjoy the comforts of home in the Regency GT24MB. With features like dual pane windows, a rear auxiliary heater, sidewalls with thermal break, and enclosed and insulated heating tanks, the Regency GT24 can be enjoyed with four-season comfort. Dual pane windows ensure your unit will stay cool on hot days, and keep it warm on those cold nights. Unlike anything else in the industry and tested in our own backyard in the great white north, the Regency GT24 is truly built for use in all types of climates.
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Just re-posting the video after seeing one on RV Trader. Dean is fun to watch.



There's one for sale in Florida with Quigley 4x4 !

http://www.rvtrader.com/dealers/RV-W...24MB-114957683

I asked & price was a bit more than $100K open to offers.

Way too much for me but someone here might want it.
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i carefuuly studied these the 2 years they were made and almost bought one
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What is it with LT that all their counter heights are for someone 4'8" tall? Dean looks like a giant in this thing!
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I had to watch it again - counter heights look fine to me!

The only thing I wish was different would be to have a sofa or two chairs with the murphy bed instead of the dinette lounge with the murphy bed.

I think a sofa or two chairs would be more comfortable when watching a movie on that pop up TV.
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