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Old 07-04-2016, 07:00 PM   #1
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Production Numbers on CCC ?

Does anyone know how many Country Coach Concepts were built in 1989 ?

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Old 07-05-2016, 03:20 PM   #2
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The guy that sold me the coach claimed that only 10 concepts 40 footers were built each year between 1989-1999 I thought that someone here might be able to confirm that. I couldn't find anything on line to confirm that.

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I have not seen any late 40 footers. Not sure but towards the end of production I was told CC directed efforts on the 45 ft. Mine is a 98-99 model. I think some 2000-2001 45s were built on the DinoMax chassis., even a few with slide outs. Somewhere the records still exist, I would start with CC , they may give you a direction to follow. Mine was the cover coach for the catalogue w Gillig chassis. Gillig has records on how many chassis they built for CC. That I know, as after a few weeks Gillig did confirm my chassis and specs for the tag I needed as the axle broke, that was 2 years ago. Costly fix as we had to start from scratch.
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Old 07-11-2016, 01:03 AM   #4
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About 10 of the 40' models per year sounds about right to me. That's only based on the fact that Gregg Bootes at CCC told me he thought roughly 250 total Concepts were built which included all Concept model variations.

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