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Old 05-05-2007, 05:52 PM   #1
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We were at Perry GA for the FMCA rally and I am confused about the Monaco line up. What is the main differences in these brands? I could see the Beaver woodwork but what is the major items that make each coach unique?
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We were at Perry GA for the FMCA rally and I am confused about the Monaco line up. What is the main differences in these brands? I could see the Beaver woodwork but what is the major items that make each coach unique?
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We are on our 3rd Holiday Rambler MH and last year we took a tour of the factory at Elhart. To my knowledge, the only difference between the high priced ones and the botton priced ones are the things they put in them, i.e., flooring, cabinets, appliances and etc. The MHs themselves are all built the same, at least the Monaco and HR brands ) gas uses ford and Workhorse frames and they build their own frame for the dsls called roadmaster). They are the same on the factory line. Since Beaver and Safari were bought later, they may be a little different. But the Monaco and HR are the same except for the colors. s/Toby
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Old 05-08-2007, 05:19 AM   #4
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once you step up to the dynasty or imperial you get a semi-monacoc chassis, which is a big differnce, different insulation, and of course cosmetic's, full alladin system etc
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