1984 palomino camper porn.

Cowboycurtis

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I gave the new purchase a cleaning, and a bath. Can’t wait to take her out for a test camp.
 

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Sneezer

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Very nice. I always wanted a hard side liked that, had a couple slip through my fingers when I was looking for my pup. Palomino made one for about 2-3 years that had a dinette slide as well - that was the one I really wanted but I think they only sold a handful of them.
 

Cowboycurtis

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Apr 18, 2022
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Wisconsin
Very nice. I always wanted a hard side liked that, had a couple slip through my fingers when I was looking for my pup. Palomino made one for about 2-3 years that had a dinette slide as well - that was the one I really wanted but I think they only sold a handful of them.
I hear you. I found another Palomino hard side and really liked the concept. Just happened to run across this one when I wasn’t expecting it, and grabbed it right away.
 

Apache05

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Sep 26, 2020
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I came across one and bought it..the only thing I dont like is a toilet and shower..have never ever used water or the propane in a pop up I have owned. It has been stored indoors in heated garages..looks almost brand new. Debating what to do with the "bathroom" thing..lol .
 

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Dnodoz

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I gave the new purchase a cleaning, and a bath. Can’t wait to take her out for a test camp.
Looks like the first popup we ever owned. We had a Palomino MXL we towed with our v-6 Plymouth Voyager mini-van. Latter, we had the Palomino TXL with the slide out dinette. Loved both Palomino’s and raised our three kids with them.

Now retired, we have an Aliner for the simpler setup. Hope you get as much enjoyment out of the Palomino as we did!
 




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