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Old 03-03-2015, 10:39 PM   #127
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Was told to post here. Still learning this thread thing. Here is a pic of our 1997 American Dream in the Blue Ridge Mountains in 2006.
A true beauty, and with a Jeep to
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Old 03-04-2015, 09:52 AM   #128
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This is great reading!
Our 1999 American Eagle - we have owned for 8 years.
Picture is Turning Stone Resort Verona NY 2013.
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Old 03-04-2015, 10:16 AM   #129
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Our 1999 American Eagle - we have owned for 8 years.
Picture is Turning Stone Resort Verona NY 2013.
Just down 95 from us
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Old 03-04-2015, 04:45 PM   #130
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I read recently where AC has brought back the American Allegiance as a 2016 model.

2016 American Allegiance by American Coach
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Old 03-07-2015, 07:37 PM   #131
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Hello -- I am late to this long thread ---but we bought a 2000 American Eagle a few months ago. My first time out will be four days of boondocking at Sebring Intl Raceway in two weeks -- Our Plan is a month or so out west this summer --Dale and Su Palm Beach Gardens Florida
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Unhappy 1999 American Eagle problems

Sorry haven't been on the site for a year. I get ready for camping this time a year and start working of my coach to get ready for the summer. The coach has 150000 miles on it and I just replaced the relays for sh--s and gigles. Had my wife turn the ignition of so I could see if the grid would power up. I manually powered both grids with a power probe. I am now looking for the temperature sensor to check it. By the way I replaced the life pump in 2007. It started to leak just before I left on vacation. I also do my own maintenance. Thanks
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So we took the plunge on Thurs after selling the vintage dodge last week and came home w. 05 revolution. What a beast. 46k mi. Got a decent deal. Was dark soon after stuffing it onto my rv slab.. Will be exploring today after the sun comes up. Never was interested in slides and almost went prevost But me thinks we will be happy w the rev. first concern is the Norcold fridge.
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Old 04-09-2015, 11:03 AM   #134
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So glad to find this thread. We have been looking at a 2015 Revolution and will test drive it tomorrow. If all goes well we will be signing the papers. A little nervous but excited!!
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Old 04-09-2015, 12:16 PM   #135
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So glad to find this thread. We have been looking at a 2015 Revolution and will test drive it tomorrow. If all goes well we will be signing the papers. A little nervous but excited!!
From a pair of retired Army soldiers - CONGRATULATIONS!
If the deal goes through... we've been extremely happy with our AC Tradition!
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Well we drove the Revolution yesterday and that did it. We pick it up April 20! Can't wait to take it camping! Click image for larger version

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So we took the plunge on Thurs after selling the vintage dodge last week and came home w. 05 revolution. What a beast. 46k mi. Got a decent deal. Was dark soon after stuffing it onto my rv slab.. Will be exploring today after the sun comes up. Never was interested in slides and almost went prevost But me thinks we will be happy w the rev. first concern is the Norcold fridge.
Congrats on your new Rev! I know you'll love it!

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That is awesome. I think the American Coach as the most beautiful front facing. Love the shape and style of the lines! Congratulations!
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