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Old 09-22-2016, 02:48 PM   #1
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91 Country Coach sold at auction

OK who ended up with it? Anyone here?

https://www.proxibid.com/asp/LotDetail.asp?lid=32106973

I bid on it up to $1,500. But it passed me up about a half hour from the end, then went on up to $3,400. To high for me to take a chance on it sight-unseen. But that could still a killer deal on it depending on an inspection. To me it looked mostly OK with the exterior weathering being the worst thing about it. Not that I needed it since I already have a '98 but I wasn't going to let somebody walk away with that thing for under $1,500 LOL...
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OK who ended up with it? Anyone here?

https://www.proxibid.com/asp/LotDetail.asp?lid=32106973

I bid on it up to $1,500. But it passed me up about a half hour from the end, then went on up to $3,400. To high for me to take a chance on it sight-unseen. But that could still a killer deal on it depending on an inspection. To me it looked mostly OK with the exterior weathering being the worst thing about it. Not that I needed it since I already have a '98 but I wasn't going to let somebody walk away with that thing for under $1,500 LOL...
{thanks alot i only bid on it because it was only $1,000 at 1st but it just needed a lil tlc it only has 43,000 miles on it tires a great everything works come with all the manuals, but i did get a smoking deal but $1,500 would of been so much better the funny thing was i was only going to bid on cat litter
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Old 11-28-2016, 10:18 AM   #3
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{thanks alot i only bid on it because it was only $1,000 at 1st but it just needed a lil tlc it only has 43,000 miles on it tires a great everything works come with all the manuals, but i did get a smoking deal but $1,500 would of been so much better the funny thing was i was only going to bid on cat litter
Is that the one from the auction? NICE SCORE! Sorry for helping drive the bid up LOL...
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Is that the one from the auction? NICE SCORE! Sorry for helping drive the bid up LOL...
yes it is and no worry's i was doing the same thing. i was about to stop at $3,500 if the other guy only knew. im planing on keeping it just used it for thanksgiving. i have all the books on it but there is a few things im not sure what they are like in the left rear under a box looks like a 110v water pump with a tail pipe and in one of the outside left lower storage boxes there is a round thing mounted with screws and springs maybe alarm part ? i would take pictures but its still down in the desert
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That's awesome, I'm glad to hear that its getting used! Those are really cool coaches and every one I've seen is still in good shape. Sorry I don't know the answers to those questions but I would suggest starting a new thread to ask them, it might draw more attention than here in this thread about the auction.
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The water pump with the tailpipe might be a Webasto diesel fired boiler
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The water pump with the tailpipe might be a Webasto diesel fired boiler
thank you cant wait to check it out
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i found a sales ad for the motor home the last guy really let it go to hell on the paint but it cleaned up well
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The water pump with the tailpipe might be a Webasto diesel fired boiler
that's what it was hydronic heating i tried it and it didn't stay on but i was on the house battery's my battery's are good but i will try it with the eng running next time, the paper work says if it drops below 11v it will turn off
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