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Old 03-17-2013, 05:38 PM   #11
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Actually, the picture shows a Spree Escape made by KV industries. It has aluminum structured walls with rigid insulation walls and a filon glass exterior. It is on a spring axle frame and KV is very much in business. We looked hard at this other Escape, which we believe is a good value for the money but opted for our 15 for many reasons. It is not in the same category as Escape Trailer Industries but you could buy one of these, use it up, buy another one and still not spend what we did on our 15. To each his own but the Spree Escape would be a good choice for many people.
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Old 03-17-2013, 08:58 PM   #12
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Actually, the picture shows a Spree Escape made by KV industries. It has aluminum structured walls with rigid insulation walls and a filon glass exterior. It is on a spring axle frame and KV is very much in business. We looked hard at this other Escape, which we believe is a good value for the money but opted for our 15 for many reasons. It is not in the same category as Escape Trailer Industries but you could buy one of these, use it up, buy another one and still not spend what we did on our 15. To each his own but the Spree Escape would be a good choice for many people.
Thanks for correcting the error I made after I came up with the Cikira brand when I did my Google search. Good thing I had indicated that my comments were bassed on the Cikira so no one would be confused with the KV Spree.

Glad for those owners that they had the KV Spree. Aluminum structure sounds good.

I Goggled KV Industries and did not come up with a travel trailer manufacturer? There was a KZ Industries that had a Spree Escape model trailer, looks nice.

I can see the Spree in the posted photo now that I have seen it on the manufacturers web site.
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Old 03-17-2013, 11:33 PM   #13
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Yes, KZ. Sorry about that. I get those letters near the end of the alphabet mixed up sometimes.
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We're staying at the RV Park at the Expo Center in Napa--about a five or 10 minute drive to downtown. It's nice; we've been pleased. $45 a night with Good Sam membership. We drove into Tiburon this morning and took the ferry over to Pier 39 for some excitement.
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