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Old 02-02-2008
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The primary reason I bought my Bluebird was safety. I believe a Bluebird stands a better chance of surviving a crash or fire when compared to fiberglass bodied motorhomes. The attached pics speak for themselves.
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Old 02-03-2008
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good point Rob.
I remember when the BMC's were new,and a chevy van got airborne somehow and crashed into the living room window of a new BMC,2 people in the van died,the BMC was repaired and is still on the road today.
No one in the BMC was injured.
any questions?
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