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Old 08-19-2014, 12:35 PM   #71
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As a point of interest, the Revolution became part of the American Coach line in 2010. All previous years of the Rev are in the Fleetwood line.

I thought the rev was always made on the AC line.
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I don't know where it was actually "made" but the Rev became part of the AC line in 2010. That's when AC dropped the Allegiance and added the Rev. AC did not put all the ''stuff'' on the Rev they put on the Allegiance to make it more attractive when competing with the higher priced Tradition.
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Old 08-19-2014, 05:11 PM   #73
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Rev was always made on AC line by AC employees. By line I mean assembly line.
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Sorry to hear of your loss. You have my sincerest sympathy as I can empathize with you. Take it slow and easy and you'll be able to do it. Lots of nice folks willing to help you out I'm sure.
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Beautiful coach and I am also sorry to hear about your loss.
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