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Old 10-16-2013, 10:39 AM   #15
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Decor is personal. A segment of the market likes bling, but that is only a segment. Our coach if you adjust the dollars for inflation sold new in 2002 for about what Country Coach is rumored to be looking for on their upcoming coaches. Our motorhome interior is not bling at all. We have some very good RV friends with a 2005 Foretravel that is also at the high end. Likewise their coach is tasteful and very well made, but not bling. I really liked a few of the Wanderlodge interiors I looked at when I was looking for a motorhome four years ago. They had an art deco style interior I thought was very cool and absolutely not Vegas.

Some wear sequined sport coats and others Brooks Brothers pinstripes. Both at the high end of cost, but a very different look. There's Lucchese or Bally or Ferrigamo. I personally like all three of those leather makers, but prefer subdued high quality for a motorhome interior.

By the way, all the high end stuff like Newell, Foretravel, Prevost are custom and can be outfitted to the buyers specifications. So if you see an already built one with bling the first owner liked Vegas over Martha Stewart.
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