Um... you really need to go see both to get a good understanding of the "differences" between each unit and the manufacturers construction. Pay CLOSE attention to fit and finish on the interior construction of the walls, cabinets, ceiling and floors. Also note the outside wall construction and look for delamination of the exterior skin. I don't think i've ever seen a Coachmen unit of that era that was not delaminated in numerous places. Unfortunately, Coachmen's of that era have long been considered by many to be the "bottom of the barrel" amongst manufacturers - they are afterall an entry level quality unit, even though they may trimmed up to have some glitz and glamor in certain places to make them appear to be of a much higher quality. My personal opinion is to avoid Coachmen at all costs regardless of the deal.
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