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Old 06-02-2012, 02:15 AM   #225
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Is that a double slide? 350?

Would you like your name (and partner) added to the Registry?

Belated welcome! Your profile picture looks great. There are several other Alpines in your neck of the woods. Browse through the Registry. I'll be re-posting it again soon, but the older copies have fellow Coloradoans.

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Old 06-02-2012, 05:14 PM   #226
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New owners of 74325

We just purchased 74325, 2001 36 MDDS. It's our first RV and looking forward to a couple weekend trips before we head out for a month long trip starting in the middle of July.

Garrett, Deborah, Makena and Grayson
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Old 06-02-2012, 06:01 PM   #227
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We own 117190 and are the 3rd owners. It's a 1998 MDSS. I have the names of the prior owners.
Linda & Ron (Birch Bay)
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Old 06-03-2012, 09:04 PM   #228
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Ron and Lynn Curran, U.S. AF Retired and soon to be Federal Bureau of Prisons retired, 2 1/2 more years to go. Only had one boss in my life. Defintely not for everyone, but we have seen the world. Double slide 400HP Turbo. Will be meeting with Bob, also from Parker, CO when he returns from his trip. Can't wait to retire and really hit the road.
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Old 06-03-2012, 11:39 PM   #229
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We own 117190 and are the 3rd owners. It's a 1998 MDSS. I have the names of the prior owners.
Linda & Ron (Birch Bay)
Thanks Linda!

I updated your info. I think your VIN is 71990.

I'd be happy to add the previous owner info. Could you PM me or post it here?

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Old 06-14-2012, 07:07 PM   #230
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This is our second Alpine. #75383. Purchased in Perry Georgia at FMCA Rally in 2005(came from factory to rally) from La Mesa out of Tampa. It is a 40 ft, FDTS, Limited. Currently have 49,000 miles. Resides in Ellisville, Ms-Sometime!! We Are simi-retired and are very excited about full retirement. LOVE our Alpine even with its problems. jrlandrum.
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Old 06-15-2012, 03:39 PM   #231
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I have posted this before but I suppose it never made it onto the list.

2005 Alpine Coach
Model 36FDDS
Vin 18XF4CM2551175407

Purchased new at the 2005 Perry, GA show from LaMesa
We traded in our 2002 Alpine 36MDDS Vin 18XF4CK2921174520

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Old 06-17-2012, 01:02 AM   #232
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Hey Tim:

I have your two coaches on both the IRV2 list and the ACA list. However, the forum website doesn't automatically update my old attachments. You'll need to look at a newer copy.

Here is one:
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File Type: pdf Alpine Forum VIN List.pdf (272.9 KB, 231 views)
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Old 06-20-2012, 05:34 PM   #233
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I believe we are the only ones living in Alpine with an Alpine coach.
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Old 07-16-2012, 06:55 PM   #234
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Talking Our New 2001 Alpine

Hello all we just purchased # 74326 2001 36 MDDS Its our 1st RV !!!! Wendy + Rick
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Old 07-18-2012, 12:18 AM   #235
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Congratulations Rick!

I see you purchased PatColau's coach. You might check out his previous posts.

Like most of the folks here, you will find lots of reading. I started at the end of the list and worked forward. But take my advice. Don't get too worked up about how posts relate to your coach, as you'll soon find out that many issues were year or model related. By the time you get to the most recent posts, you'll have a good idea of what to look for. You will also learn about your coach from top to bottom. It's a great hobby!
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Old 07-18-2012, 10:21 AM   #236
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X2 on searching posts by previous owners. Our coach was owned by 2 members, rmmpe and todd49. I've found that by going to the "advanced search" and in the drop down menu under the "search by username" field select "find threads started by user" you'll find things out about your coach faster than you would by searching all the PO's posts, it basically filters out the PO's responses to other posts leaving the ones he/she posed with questions/issues.
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Congratulations Rick!

I see you purchased PatColau's coach. You might check out his previous posts.

Like most of the folks here, you will find lots of reading. I started at the end of the list and worked forward. But take my advice. Don't get too worked up about how posts relate to your coach, as you'll soon find out that many issues were year or model related. By the time you get to the most recent posts, you'll have a good idea of what to look for. You will also learn about your coach from top to bottom. It's a great hobby!
Thanks for the tip i have already read the entire post. Our new coach is in near perfect shape the Colau's took great care of her. we have already logged 350 miles and camped out for the weekend and have planned a few trips local. Sept we are off to Little Sahara Oklahoma for some sand dune riding withour buggys in the sand on Sept 6 to the 16th then Glamis Ca nov 28 to dec 9 and more sand dune riding with our buggys. Rick
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Old 07-20-2012, 08:24 PM   #238
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On Thursday July 18th I sawa Alpine Coach in the FMCA Campground on Roundbottom Rd. in Cincinnati, OH. I don't know who it was.
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