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Comment by WILLARD STOTLER on October 23, 2016 at 12:09pm

wish my allegro looked that good my clear coat is peeling

Comment by Cristina Gouin on June 28, 2016 at 7:27pm

snicker.... :-)...

Comment by Cristina Gouin on June 28, 2016 at 7:16pm

We've done quite a bit of reno over the last 10 yrs we have had Gone.. oak doors slowly replacing maple stained pine, pergo main floor aqua carpet in cockpit. I've seat covered all the mauve upholstery.. bathroom new tile board in stall portion old door still the same. we added a larger platform to the back and the entire rear is a king bed now nearly wall to wall. platform goes on top of what you see here.. overstock.com had an "rv" mildew resistant etc thermopedic memory foam king system for $90... one year.. more to do yet of course.... :-)

Comment by Jim Stoltz on June 28, 2016 at 7:16pm

Do you have a bigger pic? That also sounds like mine. Genny is behind the driver's door (under a jack-knife couch), next to it is the batteries. A bit farther back is the propane. It looks like Steve's has another cubby way in the back. I don't - my fresh water tank is on the driver's side under one of the twins in the back.

Comment by Cristina Gouin on June 28, 2016 at 7:08pm

here's Gone driver side, dinette backs to drivers seat, kitchen, then toilet sink, then bedroom rear . Genny is aft of drivers door, propane and batteries under kitchen window

Comment by Jim Stoltz on June 28, 2016 at 2:08pm

Looking at your pic of the other side, it's almost identical to mine. Must be a 30-footer? Your genny is in the same place, as is the HW heater, battery door and propane access door. Any pics of the inside? I'm intrigued with your fridge location - mine's a 30-footer too but the fridge is on the other side. Mine's a bit odd, though, because it has a front lounge (no dinette) and twins in the back. The sticker says "M-31" rather than "M-30" which is what shows up in NADA and with my insurance company.

Comment by Jim Stoltz on June 28, 2016 at 1:57pm

Wow that's a great looking Allegro. Is that a factory BBQ grill to the left of your entry door? It looks a lot like mine but my fridge is on the other side. I've said it before but I'm always amazed at the seemingly infinite combinations of length, cubbies and floorplans.

Comment by Steven Rose on June 28, 2016 at 7:26am

Thank you ,It.s been a lot of work.Left as entering is a L shaped both for seating  and kitchen area.On the outside is three storage areas.

I sure like l the green on Gone .I Think it makes the rig stand out.And I like mirrors you put On Gone , How do you like them ? And could you tell me more about them ! I think that would be a nice upgrade . Thanks Cristina and Pat Paul have a great day . 

Comment by Cristina Gouin on June 28, 2016 at 6:35am

That's one mighty fine looking Allegro you got there! :-)   though Gone has a bigger basement under right of door, and no other hatches on the passenger side other than for gas.   what is left of your door as that is where my fridge is located upon entering... 



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