Time for the slide rooms.
The front cap
Well, that's a fit!
Now, let's see how the rear cap is done.
Those are some suction cups
Our first look at the inside with the slides installed
And, I questioned whether or not I wanted this refrigerator, silly me!
Well, we have made our way down the initial assembly line and we got to ride in it out the door and off of the assembly line. WOW, how excited we both were.
It is now in the garage where the compartment doors are installed. There is also a quality control person inside checking on the stove, the TVs, etc.
After the compartment doors were installed, the motor home was pulled back into the main assembly plant going down a final line before leaving for the paint shop. On this line all adjustments are made, all trim is put in, all the components are hooked up, and all clean up is done.
Tiffin is only working a four day week, so the motor home was not going to get all the way through this line as we originally thought. Sadly, we decided to go on and leave. Plus, we were down to the point that we felt like we were just going to be in the way because most of the work was going on inside the coach.
I just want to tell you all that this has been the most incredible experience we could have ever hoped to have been a part of. We would also like to thank all of you for sharing in this time with us and for all of the great compliments and comments you have sent to us.
Now, since we didn't stay to the end, I would like to share with you what "53506", our new 2009 40' Phaeton will look like when we next see it in about 3-4 weeks.