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Old 04-28-2013, 08:53 AM   #15
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There you go, an 09 for $351K. The $431K they are asking is very high.
Now that is interesting, and HRW's is 2009, otherwise I doubt much different. From what I have read options on Magna 630's in same model (Donatello) probably net simular dollars.....all very high end. Maybe difference in coach/chair, dinette, etc.

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Old 04-28-2013, 06:35 PM   #16
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Yea, the new dollar range was very similar for all the different layouts. I believe the differences are just the different layouts. The finishes are all the same. The price differences are just the added options.

I also do not believe the yearly differences were that substantial for these coaches either. At these MSRPs, there was not huge differences from year to year. That's why I believe the $431K is a very optimistic hope. I do not think they will get nearly that. But then again when we were shopping there was quite a price range for these coaches. Not actual selling prices, but asking prices. People always think there stuff is worth more than the next guy's stuff.
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Not to resurrect a dead thread (well, maybe), there were significant changes between, 2006 ~ 7, then again between 2007 ~ 8. Here's the best source I've found for understanding the changes year by year for almost all CC models.

Model History | Damon Rapozo

He was a leading sales person a CC for a long time.

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Country Coach introduced bath and a half models in the Allure, Intrigue, Magna and Affinity lines in 2008. The Donatellos were luxurious as the rest of the Magna line. Same year, they pretty much switches to dinettes, although table and chairs were still available. The Affinity version was called Russian River. By 2007, most Magnas and Affinitys had 600 Cummins ISX engines coupled with Allison 400MH transmissions, and many had 6 8D house batteries, and most were all-electric. In 2009 650hp Cummins ISX engines were an option.
Some recent listings show a 2008 Donatello for sale in Las Vegas for $349k, a 2008 Donatello for sale in Ft Myers, FL for $285, a 2008 Affinity Russian River in Ft Loramie, OK for $389k to give you an idea. We looked at a Donatello in Junction City, OR at Premier. They had not set a price yet, but Guessed it would be priced in the high $300,000s. They have not put it on their web site yet, someone was interested, so they may have sold it.
There is a lot of info on the web. RVT.com has a lot of motorhomes for sale, and a search for 2009 CC Magnas should get you a site with floorplans and specs.
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Have to retract my statement--Premier does have the Donatello on their website. They are asking $349k for it. Go to rvingplanet/manufacturer/country coach for floorplans and some specs.
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