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Old 10-19-2007, 10:09 AM   #1
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The letter from FCCC President in latest issue of FCOC has him reporting he went to Redmond in his new Tiffin Phaeton. This seems strange to me. Tiffin is opening a new chassis facility to make their own and he buys one. Yes, I realize his has an FCCC chassis but--------------???????????
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The letter from FCCC President in latest issue of FCOC has him reporting he went to Redmond in his new Tiffin Phaeton. This seems strange to me. Tiffin is opening a new chassis facility to make their own and he buys one. Yes, I realize his has an FCCC chassis but--------------???????????
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He probably went with a rear radiator Phaeton because he knew that his side radiator chassis would all overheat and he couldn't be seen in a Spartan or Powerglide. Maybe he's trying to get on Bob Tiffin's good side after losing so much market share to Spartan last year.
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I think that FCCC bought back from Tiffin as it had a non-compliant MB engine and they switched out the engine. At least that was the story I heard. You hear very little if anything from FCCC about 07 MB powered rigs.
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