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Old 09-02-2013, 07:05 AM   #1
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We are leonard & Sondra "The Honeymooners" and are now owners of our 1st motorhome. I'm trying to learn about the coach as for us this was a great choice for us. She's a 97' DSDP 3757 cummins 300 Allison 3060 Spartan chassis and a cream puff with almost 92,000 miles with lots of miles to go with help from Newmar owners here to help. I'm glad to see post about older motorhomes with info for us new people to learn about the how too's and preventive things to look for in a long life for this Dutch Star. Any info will be helpful as a lot of people used to have one just like that and still can pass on info to the newbies from their records and memories. I have concerns about when was this last changed or is this the way its suppost to be or where to go for the best maintence or repair like cummins or places like Camping World which is everywhere. Not sure how to down load pics and I know you love pics. I feel lucky to be posting this at this time. Thanks for any info you can share and I will try to do the same to others and pass on to the next guy. Again Thanks ! Leonard & Sondra "The Honeymooners"
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Old 09-02-2013, 07:27 AM   #2
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Congratulations on your new motor home. I think you made a great choice.
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Old 09-02-2013, 08:11 AM   #3
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Welcome to the forum & irv2 Leonard & Sondra.
Congratulations on your Newmar many happy safe miles ahead.
Here is a Brochure and a 99 Owners Guide that will help to operate items in your coach.
Within my signature below there are many links to info for other items in your coach.
Enjoy the forums and anything else just ask people here with most answers for you.
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We are leonard & Sondra "The Honeymooners" ..... a 97' DSDP 3757 cummins 300 Allison 3060 Spartan chassis and a cream puff with almost 92,000 miles..... Thanks for any info you can share and I will try to do the same to others and pass on to the next guy. Again Thanks ! Leonard & Sondra "The Honeymooners"

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Welcome to the Newmar family.
There are many great Newmarians here as well.
Pictures and specific questions are always welcome.
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