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Old 07-26-2015, 11:49 AM   #1
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Selling coach

Well, it is that time to get serious about replacing the coach. We have put it up for sale on this forum [ moderator edit ] . Now it is just a matter of time before we can let someone else spend time in a great Affinity that has served us well over the last 15 years.
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Here's a link to it in our classifieds. 1995 Country Coach Affinity - RV & Motorhome Classifieds


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pictures, Pictures, PICTURES! Wherever you advertise, lots of good pictures, or at least a link to a site where you can post more pics than some ad sites. Also, Maintenance records! A real plus for me if I were searching for a coach. Good luck with your sale, have you decided what you want to replace it with?
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pictures, Pictures, PICTURES! Wherever you advertise, lots of good pictures, or at least a link to a site where you can post more pics than some ad sites. Also, Maintenance records! A real plus for me if I were searching for a coach. Good luck with your sale, have you decided what you want to replace it with?
We do have pictures, and I've written up a summary of what we have done to the coach, so I can send it to anyone interested. Of course I have the actual receipts to back the data up. Tried to keep up mechanical issues--new tires just this year. I even have the original factory brochure.
We will probably go with a 2000-2002 Prevost conversion. Visited Marathon while the coach was in the shop at CC, and took a 2001 for a ride. We liked it! Wife wanted to bring it home, but we needed to sell ours first.
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I was following your thread over on the Prevost owners, including some disappointment and one with an 'off road' required hump required to get into see it....

Seemed like you're looking mostly at XL's? Or, are you also considering those plastic Prevost's too?

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I was following your thread over on the Prevost owners, including some disappointment and one with an 'off road' required hump required to get into see it....

Seemed like you're looking mostly at XL's? Or, are you also considering those plastic Prevost's too?

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The wife really liked the XLII we test drove in Oregon at the factory. I like the H3's better, but not sure if I can recline the seat far enough to be comfortable in them. Planning a trip to Ft Worth/ Dallas area to look at some coaches next week. Part of the problem is the H3's I've been looking at did not have the seat aired up, so leg room was tight. With the seat up, it may be different.
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