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Old 06-25-2015, 04:15 PM   #1
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My husband and I are considering buying a 2004 Alpha Gold 40 foot motorhome. Does anyone own one or have experience with one? This is a well taken care of coach with one owner

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I like them too we looked at a few when we bought ours some say they had delamination issues in the side panels on some so look over good but Other than that if it looks good and suits your needs go for it. Good luck and happy camping

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We looked at them also but wasn't ready to buy at the time. I have seen some of these with really bad delamination problems, take a good look at whatever you buy.
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Old 06-26-2015, 09:05 AM   #4
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Generally a good coach and loved by their owners.

A fiberglass problem called blistering was fairly common in that model, so look carefully at the skin for little pits in the surface. Repair is very expensive.

The tall ceilings are nice looking and a boon for tall people, but shorter folks struggle to reach high cabinets. Make sure you are okay with that.
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