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Old 09-05-2016, 10:08 AM   #15
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Whoever makes that step ladder should make a commercial out of that rear end picture. "Look at the damage to this RV, but our ladder is still good as new!!!"
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Old 09-05-2016, 10:32 AM   #16
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I think in someone's mind it has already been "fixed". They just stopped at Walmart to pick up supplies for a trip, or they're "camping" at Walmart. It's possible the frame and drive train haven't been damaged.
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Old 09-05-2016, 10:42 AM   #17
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Got these photos from a friend. Anyone know anything about what happened?
Somebody already fixed the front...(but it needs paint).
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If it was rolled it's a good testament to the strength of the frame and superstructure. Most of the rigs explode when they hit the ground. Any idea what year it is/was?
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Looks like a Damon
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If it was rolled it's a good testament to the strength of the frame and superstructure. Most of the rigs explode when they hit the ground. Any idea what year it is/was?
from the headlights, looks like a 05 or newer, allure or up in the line up.
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...Any idea what year it is/was?
'05 - '08ish Country Coach Magna...maybe...the crown over the windshield is rather distinctive.
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It looks like an 07 based on the paint. It seems odd. The amount of force needed to bend the structure would result in significant surface damage. Even the awnings seem salvageable. Be interesting to know the story.
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'05 - '08ish Country Coach Magna...maybe...the crown over the windshield is rather distinctive.
Ours is an '09 and has that "crown". I saw a '10 Magna advertised in TX that was the same too. Probably kept the "crown" till they totally closed.
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I t was in camping world to have new windows and detailing done...
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OK Don - Please follow up with the 'Rest of the Story'.

You of course know this is a salvage rig.

But, to play along:

"I've got a 'Diamond in the Rough', a real buying opportunity, for you on the back lot. Just came in, and I'll show it to you before it gets prepped for display.

You know, a little bonds, a dab here, a dab there - of JB Weld - and it will be 'Right as rain!' - and then can spend many years ahead driving on the left side of the highway..."

All kidding aside, sad to see any coach look like that. Please let us know what happened.

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I saw this one last winter, the fellow lost a windshield due to an incident on his way to Arizona for the winter and he couldn't get a new windshield for severals weeks so he went to Home Depot and made his own. Very handy fellow, wish I could handle emergencies the way he handled this one. He still got to his destination and was going to go by the factory on his way back east at the end of winter.
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Somewhere on the forums about a year ago there was a picture of a big tag axle that drove into a ditch. This may be the one. It doesn't look like it rolled but sure had a hellofa frame tweaking
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