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Old 06-05-2009, 02:14 AM   #85
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Old 06-05-2009, 07:59 AM   #86
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When we bought our Monaco Class C last May, it only had 3200 miles on it.
Which, IMO isnt bad for an 05 model.

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Tomorrow will be six weeks with our 2010 Coachmen class C. Love it!!!
Shakedown cruise was from NW Florida to Boston May 1st for almost two weeks and not one problem!
Since the mid 80's we've had 3 TT's, 1 class A, a Class C then a Fifth wheel trlr now we're back to a Class C.
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I had my last one 17 years (1986 Pace Arrow). I have my 2004 Scottsdale by Newmar for 3 years. Best one yet. I don't plan on another one.

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