Deposit placed on a 2019 V22

2019_V22

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Hoping for good luck with this, my first travel trailer.
I chose the Charcoal Grey color over the Red, and the 22' based on the floor plan. Unfortunately the 21' floor plan does offer a few plus's that the 22' doesn't, and vise-versa. I felt the front counter top space suited my needs the most.
I see a few references within the Terry forum, comparing the current "Terry Classic" being a kin to the Holiday House T/T.
I always thought it was a rendition of the "1962" Terry Coach Model 22. Link below.

https://youtu.be/Vg78roAoPC8


 

danemayer

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Hi 2019_V22,

Congratulations on your coming Terry Classic and welcome to the Heartland Owners Forum.
 

2019_V22

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Pulled a Red Eye from South Carolina to Grand Rapids, MI and back, Thursday night till Saturday AM.
Towed perfect, no issues.


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2019_V22

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Spent the last day going over the T/T, despite the dealer stating their thoroughness there is plenty to vacuum and dust from the build. Including a few installation corrections for some of the appliances.
The first couple mods have been completed.

Addition of light diffusing material to the lighted valances. The LED's are visible through the lattice work on each valance, not good. I purchased 1 2' X 4' drop in ceiling light lens from Lowe's and went to cutting, and hot gluing. I wanted something opaque, but couldn't find anything.

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cookie

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Since you made a trip up to snow country, if there was any salt residue or slush on the roads be sure to hose down the under side of your new rig and get that salt off.
Nice looking rig by the way and I like the light diffuser mod.

Peace
Dave
 

2019_V22

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No snow or ice were encountered, enough rain though, some film residue through Michigan. Everything was cleaned off that Saturday.
 

2019_V22

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Next up is to fabricate mud flaps. I chose a heavy mixing tub from Tractor Supply.
More trimming is needed, but it's going to look pretty good.


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2019_V22

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Now, for those curtains..!!

Hand sewn with fishing line, were the metal hooks to the top valance stiffener material.

What a difference..!!


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