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Old 03-13-2018, 10:50 PM   #1
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Default New to the forum, new-to-us 2307 Classic

Thought I posted this a few days ago, doesn't look like the post made it into the forum for some reason....

Just bought an '07 23' Classic in Kingman AZ from the 2nd owner 10 days ago (son lives in the area, checked it out for us before we drove down), towed it home to Sacramento with a new-to-us '02 GMC Silverado 1500 extended cab. Towed beautifully, was very pleased to average about 14 mpg for the trip back, towing at a consistent 60-65 mph.

Hi-Lo's in great shape, very apparent that both prior owners took excellent care of it - was sold new in Washington, wouldn't be surprised if it was stored inside. Came with all the original paperwork, brochures, owner's manual and all the appliance manuals.

When we arrived to look at the trailer, was interested to find a "50th Anniversary Edition" badge next to the front door (also has that same notation below the Hi-Lo logo on the rear cap) - curious as to whether all 2007 Hi-Lo's got anniversary edition badges, or only certain models?

Been raining much of the time since we got it home, so the only photos we have are the few our son took in AZ - will post more as soon as the weather clears and we can get some taken. We're looking forward to road trips and camping with it starting in mid April......

p.s. Any input as to why I can't get the interior photo to post in vertical format?
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Old 03-14-2018, 01:43 AM   #2
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Congrats we have owned our 2206 towlite for 8 years and still enjoying every camping trip and doing mods to it
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Old 03-14-2018, 11:12 AM   #3
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I've got a 2307 Classic that I bought right around this time last year and yes, mine does have the 50th Anniversary badge.

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Old 03-14-2018, 12:36 PM   #4
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Think I may have at least partially answered my own question on the 50th Anniversary badges - ran across two 2007 units for sale in the last couple of days (a 22' towlite on e-Bay and a 28C on CL); both had the door side badge and end-cap logo, so my guess is that all '07 models were ID'ed that way.
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Welcome to the forum! My 2007 has that badge too. I think the only special thing about that edition is the badge!

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Welcome,sounds like you found a well cared for HiLo. Many happy trips with lots of smiles.
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2007 was HiLoís 50 year anniversary being in business.

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Hi my name is Joann we just purchased a 2001 22tl Hilo I love the way these campers are made canít wait to use it. Looking forward to hearing from othe members
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Hi my name is Joann we just purchased a 2001 22tl Hilo I love the way these campers are made canít wait to use it. Looking forward to hearing from othe members
Congrats ,must be a electrician in the family because of your screen name
First mod you must do is USB ports install and wire them into your house batteries on your trailer so you can charge your cell phone while dry camping and don't have electrical hook ups at the campground
We do a lot of dry camping at state parks
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[QUOTE=campthewestcoast;42771]Congrats ,must be a electrician in the family because of your screen name
First mod you must do is USB ports install and wire them into your house batteries on your trailer so you can charge your cell phone while dry camping and don't have electrical hook ups at the campground
We do a lot of dry camping at state parks[/
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