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Old 03-19-2007, 06:53 PM   #15
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The Grand Star is FL front engine diesel FRED.
ROGER: I thought someone posted it is also available on W-24. Can anyone verify this, please. ED
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Old 03-20-2007, 01:41 AM   #16
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I have the brochures for the diesel models.

Actually the Grand Star is a front engine gas with the FRED as an option.

Ford F-53 or Workhorse 33'

Workhorse W-24 35' - 37'

FRED 35' - 37'
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New Member, Dirk thanks for your efforts to post pics of new models.
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Old 03-20-2007, 02:36 AM   #18
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The front kitchen unit is very very nice. I love the layout and would use as my next pick for a new coach, if I were in the market.
They did not bring one of the 27ft slide models. One saleseman claims they are are not selling many of these.
We are going to test drive a coach that is equipped with the comfort drive system tomorrow to see what all the fuse is about. Today we test drive the UFO. Kinda like apples and oranges, but it'll be an experience.
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Old 03-20-2007, 02:37 AM   #19
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I noticed that Dirk was getting some pressure to post the photos of the other models besides the DSDP. Give the guy a break.

Dirk obviously is of outstanding taste in coaches and color. Dirk was just posting the pictures of the best coach first.

Thanks for all the photos Dirk. I hope you are having some fun down there too.
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Dirk,

Do they have the new front kitchen floor plan for the Mountain Aire? It also has an entertainment system mounted up high in the slide out.
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Old 03-20-2007, 02:47 AM   #21
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Ya know, there is no reason to buy anything other than a Dutch Star!

Actually, if I had the money, I'd be in a higher priced coach.

HDTV is in most coaches, but 1 piece windshields are in all coaches.

Not all coaches have the side cameras in the mirrors, and not all coaches have the mirrors back in the lower position.

Albert from Summit was at the Newmar display, and he tricked out an Essex.

All the Newmar brass is here, and they are all smiles.
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Old 03-20-2007, 02:49 AM   #22
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Do they have the new front kitchen floor plan for the Mountain Aire?
Yes, the 4530 has the kitchen in the right front with the table behind the driver. Opposing sofas behind the kitchen and the table.
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Robert M....WELCOME to iRV2 and the Newmar Forum!!

You happened to sneak in there between javajelly's posts where he's trying to convince YA'LL he really doesn't want an '08 MADP, but I KNOW better...

Obi...What all the FUSE is about??

When you drive one of those Comfort Drive equipped coaches,your FUSE will be lit too!!

Newmar has had the "exclusive" on this option for the past two years, but you can bet they're ready to blast the rest of the RV market for the '09 models.

Having owned two Comfort Drive coaches and put about 16,000 miles on them, I can tell you I won't own another coach without it.
It takes the friction (and stress for me) out of driving the coach.
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Bob - Drove the Comfort Drive at Charlotte last year in the MA and the ESSEX. It was nice but I think it would take some getting use to.

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Welcome Robert M to the Newmar Forum and irv2.
Thanks for joining in enjoy the forums on irv2 and do post often you'll get more campfires.
When you want some KARMA let me know.
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Great pics! Here'e one you forgot.

Actually its a custom '07 done by Newmar for the young lady from Switzerland.
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Hi Dirk! Thanks for all the info Can someone find out if I an have a custom JET STAR made?? Paul
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Old 03-20-2007, 12:51 PM   #28
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Here'e one you forgot.
I sure didn't see that one here!
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