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Old 04-11-2016, 11:14 PM   #1
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Affinity 770 vs 730- Difference?

I have seen both Affinity 770 and Affinity 730 models, what is the difference? I have done a google search but no answers. Does anyone know?
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Old 04-12-2016, 09:20 PM   #3
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Go to Damon Rapazo site for list of CC models
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The 770 allowed you to custom design "your" Affinity to get it the way you wanted it. From the ones I've seen, it amounted to decoration. Floorplans were the same.
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Thanks, I am looking at a 770 that actually had significant customization so that makes sense!
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The 770 allowed you to custom design "your" Affinity to get it the way you wanted it. From the ones I've seen, it amounted to decoration. Floorplans were the same.
How's the Prevost doing for you? Hopefully you're getting to use it!
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We absolutely love it! We had it down to Coushatta casino two weeks ago, and we spent the last weekend at Buckhorn Lake Resort last weekend. The CruiseAirs are so much quieter than roof ACs, and the ride is fantastic! Everything on it, like the entry door and baggage doors are real heavy duty. Had to spend some money on it to get it zero'ed, but no regrets!
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I'm still in the "spending money" part right now. Guess it doesn't matter much till the DW's health goes one way or the other! Right now I don't know if I'll be nursing her back to health after a transplant or taking her with me in an urn.
Glad you didn't follow my path and you got the Prevost!!
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One of my conversations with CC employees I was informed that all Affinities are custom and they are not a production line coach like the Magna and below. Affinities were customer or dealer order only as per the lady I spoke to.
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The late model Magnas and Affinitys shared floorplans--the Affinity just had more standard equipment, and some trim changes, such as the flush windows. On both models you could order different fabrics etc., but they both went down the same production line--the building Premier occupies now.
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