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Old 07-06-2018, 10:28 AM   #1
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Is there an order for the names in the Country Coach line-up? The base model to the top of the line...
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Is there an order for the names in the Country Coach line-up? The base model to the top of the line...
Tribute
Inspire
Allure
Intrigue
Magna
Affinity

Above are the main models, with the kast being to dog.

Rhapsody
Veranda
Lexa

These were available in certain years, no soecific order.

Prevost based CC's

Concept onthe Gillig bus chassis

These are in a league if their own. Concepts, IMO, were ahead of their time.


Suspect I missed some to,

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Old 07-06-2018, 10:56 AM   #3
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Smitty, you missed the Mystique (or something like that). The techs at the factory named it "Mistake"
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Old 07-06-2018, 11:06 AM   #4
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Damon Rapozos web site contains a lot of info on the various models. Country Coach Motorhomes offered by Damon Rapozo
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Old 07-06-2018, 11:14 AM   #5
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I've heard rumors that Winnebago is or has considered putting out new CC models since they bought the CC factory and hired back a great many of their employees.

Is that so?

In the sale announcement Ron Lee posted:
I am pleased to announce that on November 30, 2015 I sold the Country Coach Campus and intellectual property to Winnebago Industries. I have worked with Winnebago to ensure that Country Coach moves forward and work will begin in earnest to assemble the infrastructure that will lead to Country Coach production. Winnebago will also bring production of some of its current diesel motorhome offerings to Junction City. Please note that future Country Coach products will not be rebranded Winnebago’s, but products specifically designed and built to the exacting performance, amenity and standard levels that have always defined Country Coach. Obviously this process will take time but everyone involved is committed to making Country Coach the premier motorcoach offering available.
Winnebago now builds ALL of their diesel MH in the old CC factory (except the Forza - bottom of the line DP). You have to wonder if they have the capacity to build CC models there as well. Plus, it's a WBGO Service Center now too.
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Go to the NADA used MH list for the year and brand you are researching.

The models will be listed there. The original price points are there also as I recall.
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Tribute
Inspire
Allure
Intrigue
Magna
Affinity

Above are the main models, with the kast being to dog.

Rhapsody
Veranda
Lexa

These were available in certain years, no soecific order.

Prevost based CC's

Concept onthe Gillig bus chassis

These are in a league if their own. Concepts, IMO, were ahead of their time.


Suspect I missed some to,

Best,
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My Magna is on a Gillig chassis



--Prevost conversion
--Concept
--Rhapsody
--Veranda
--Lexa
--Affinity
--Magna
--Intrigue
--Allure
--Inspire
--Tribute
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You will most likely never see a new CC, at least as we know it.
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"Mistake"! And yes I missed the Mstique (Have never seen one, so slipped my mind...). Yep to Mike, many 90's CC's were on the Gillig chassis. My Aerospace comoany, Rohr, was bought by BF Goodrich. They provided tbe Velvet Ride suspension to Giilig's of that era. I also left out the CC Class C, and Truck Camper too... Lots of CC's. National had the CC Chassis, with a few years of the Islander coach. Probably close to the Tribute to Allure in the pecking order?

I'll add that in the mid 2000's, many Allure and Intrigue, could be optioned out to cross into the Itrigue/Magna lines.

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My Magna is on a Gillig chassis



--Prevost conversion
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--Rhapsody
--Veranda
--Lexa
--Affinity
--Magna
--Intrigue
--Allure
--Inspire
--Tribute
--Mistake
The Veranda's are a subset of the platform they were built on. I know of one that's a 400 (Allure?) and another on a 600 (Magna) class.
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You will most likely never see a new CC, at least as we know it.
This is true. I was there a few months ago and talked with one of the big wigs that was left over from the real CC. He said there would never be another one built on the hand built semi-monocoque DynoMax chassis.
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This is true. I was there a few months ago and talked with one of the big wigs that was left over from the real CC. He said there would never be another one built on the hand built semi-monocoque DynoMax chassis.
I heard they are going to re-badge the tour line up as a CC
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I heard they are going to re-badge the tour line up as a CC



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