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A good time was had by all at the Bear Brook campground. Everyone's conversion was different but yet they all suit the owners needs. Next year we need a Peugeot to show up ;)



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We thought about how much variety these 5 vans have....

gas, diesel
hi roof, lo roof
136wb, 159wb
all windows, some windows, motion windows
a Citroen, a Fiat, and some real genuine Promasters
sidewall beds, back beds, bunk beds
vent fan, no vent fan, vent fan on the way
just about finished, almost finished, finished then re-done, work in progress
NH, OK, CT, VT
side running board, hoop steps
Engel fridges, dorm fridges, cooler
silver, sandstone, white, graphite
regular seats, factory swivel seats, add on swivel seats, almost-a-swivel-seats
hubcaps, wheel covers, alloy wheels
radio with GPS, radio without GPS, add on GPS
hitch, no hitch.

Other than that, they all pretty much the same!

...and of course, they're all Promasters so they're all GREAT! (their owners are too!)
 

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The one option everyone else was drooling over: factory swivels. So much better than aftermarket they aren't even in the same league. If you haven't bought your van yet, make sure you get them. We were plotting whether a Leatherman would be sufficient to pull off a stealth swap.
 

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Left to Right: CES from Vermont, ProEddie from Connecticut, KOV from NH, RDinNHandAZ from NH, MsNomer and MrNomer from Oklahoma.

Added features I thought of: Webasto gas furnace, Espar diesel furnace, no heater, UC3 radio, CR Lawrence windows, dark tint, light tint..........
 
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