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Old 01-12-2016, 08:21 PM   #15
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2006 Newmar Mountain Aire 4307 Class A Diesel Piqua, OH Paul Sherry RV

Here is another one. Both of these units are certified pre owned units the have been fully checked out by the dealer and all system work. I bought my current coach from them and they are a great dealer.
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I looked at them online and wouldent even bother looking at them. They didn't do anything for me personally. What is the other one you found?
A 1999 Country Coach Allure.
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2006 Newmar Mountain Aire 4307 Class A Diesel Piqua, OH Paul Sherry RV

Here is another one. Both of these units are certified pre owned units the have been fully checked out by the dealer and all system work. I bought my current coach from them and they are a great dealer.

Yea those are nice coaches but I dont think the op wants to spend that much. From the coaches that they are looking at I'm guessing they want something in the 50k and under range.
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A 1999 Country Coach Allure.

There is a fella on rvnet that has a 2000 allure that he purchased new and he is looking to down size. The coach is in Cincinnati. Not sure what he wants for it. He goes by the name of Sully2 over there.
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A 1999 Country Coach Allure.
Great choice
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Yea those are nice coaches but I dont think the op wants to spend that much. From the coaches that they are looking at I'm guessing they want something in the 50k and under range.
That is what I was thinking. Those suggested are great but years newer and high end coaches probably double the price range of the ones he is looking at.
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Great choice

X2 I think for CC the late 90s and early 2000s were some of their best.
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Yea those are nice coaches but I dont think the op wants to spend that much. From the coaches that they are looking at I'm guessing they want something in the 50k and under range.
That's right.

We've always owned towables and are not 100% sure a motor home is for us. We figure that we can buy a less expensive, older coach and get rid of it without losing an arm and a leg if we don't like it.
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My wife and I drove my mother in law down to Florida( I know I'm a Saint) before leaving I found about eight coaches I wanted to look at while down there. 01 Country Coach Florda $36995 Elegant Quality 2 Two Huge Slides Diesel Pusher | eBay this is one we looked at for all of two minutes. It's been almost two years now and it's still for sale. Keep looking you will find the right one. I think your in a great part of the country for coach hunting.
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My wife and I drove my mother in law down to Florida( I know I'm a Saint) before leaving I found about eight coaches I wanted to look at while down there. 01 Country Coach Florda $36995 Elegant Quality 2 Two Huge Slides Diesel Pusher | eBay this is one we looked at for all of two minutes. It's been almost two years now and it's still for sale. Keep looking you will find the right one. I think your in a great part of the country for coach hunting.
Thanks for the encouragement. Every time we find a coach we're interested in we learn a little more.

We took my mother in law to California from Texas to visit her family about ten years ago. It scores you bonus points.
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There are three keys to making a choice like this. They are:

1) Floor plan

2) Floor Plan

3) Floor Plan

If you cannot be comfortable living with the floor plan of the coach, none of the other stuff matters.
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