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Old 04-22-2019, 03:43 PM   #1
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2008 Cameo 35SB3 where to store dishes?

Hi everyone! We are considering one of these and wondering where do you have room to store dishes and glasses? I only see two small cabinets over the sink/stove.

We plan to live in it, so am concerned, as the pantry is too narrow to store any dishes.

Thanks for your help!
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Old 04-22-2019, 05:43 PM   #2
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Sounds like you've given up on M.S. If only two small cabinets in the Cameo you need to keep looking. Look for a Teton it's interior will look alot like the M.S.
We bought our Teton in 03 & had until 2017. Our daughter lived in it for two years in Phoenix 2014-16.
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Old 04-22-2019, 11:42 PM   #3
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Sounds like you've given up on M.S. If only two small cabinets in the Cameo you need to keep looking. Look for a Teton it's interior will look alot like the M.S.
We bought our Teton in 03 & had until 2017. Our daughter lived in it for two years in Phoenix 2014-16.
I haven't given up on MS in general. I have given up on the 2 that I have seen, due to water damage. Since we don't want to drive all over the country to find a fifth wheel, we have limited ourselves to what we find within a 150 mile radius. No other MS's around at the moment. I do love their floor plans.

But, Carriage has always been another of my faves. Tetons are very heavy, too, aren't they?
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Old 04-23-2019, 08:42 AM   #4
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Tetons are probably as heavy, or heavier, than a comparable DRV. But an older Teton in good shape will probably be a better unit than a similar aged DRV/Doubletree. You can do a lot of 'virtual' searching on RVTrader.com and PPLmotorhomes.com to see interiors/floorplans of many different brands/models.
For more info on Tetons--http://www.tetoners.org/for_sale.html
Remember, think 2009 was last year for Tetons, so whatever was 'state of the art' at that point is what they will have.
Carriage made good units also, but hear they suffered in quality near the end of the company.
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Scroll down on the main page to Teton. You will see a post I have there about "A trip down memory lane". The one we had was a 03 33' Sunrise Experience. That was their smallest & cheapest model in 2003.
Had a GVWR of 14,950. I can tell you the woodwork inside looked as good as my M.S. does.

My last three RV's & the F-350 all were bought more then 150 miles away from us.
Fact is the M.S. was 1300 miles away.
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Scroll down on the main page to Teton. You will see a post I have there about "A trip down memory lane". The one we had was a 03 33' Sunrise Experience. That was their smallest & cheapest model in 2003.
Had a GVWR of 14,950. I can tell you the woodwork inside looked as good as my M.S. does.
Thank you! I will keep that brand in mind.
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Checkout Hitchhiker by NuWa. As good as any, better than most!
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Narnia, what part of the country are you in?
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Old 05-01-2019, 08:42 PM   #9
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We decided to put it on hold for now. We came up with a way to build a temporary kitchen in our house so that we are no longer pressed to find something to live in while remodeling. It's been too much pressure to try to find something quickly. We will resume our search when we have finished our house, in a more leisurely manner.

Thanks, everyone, for your help!!
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