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Old 09-11-2015, 02:14 PM   #1
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1999/2000 georgie boy cruise master

I have a possible trade my boat for a 1999/2000 georgie boy cruise master any opinions on the motor home as far as quality, or problems? v10 ,24,000 mi has 2 slides looks good in the pics . thanks

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I had a 2000 GeorgieBoy Landau, DP prior to my present MH, and a 1990 CruiseMaster gas before that and I found both were well made and reliable. Both were relatively trouble free.

For more detail on the 99-2000 models, Brochures and specifications are available here: Georgie Boy Mfg., Inc.

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You don't say what motor and chassis that it has. I had a GBM 1998 model which only gave me problems in hot weather with vapor lock possible weak fuel pump. it was on a f-53 ford chassis with the 260 v-8 engine. Other than that it was a good motor home. I traded it a couple of months ago. It was still running strong. Well built.
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