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We have a motorhome of this size and we really like it. I would look at this one to replace ours, but we only have 100,000 miles. One of the things I like about ours is the 10,000 lb towing and this has that. A side radiator is really nice for maintenance. This is a nice coach for the price. Looking forward to the OP's opinions once they have a few months under the belt.
2001 34' Alpine Coach
2008 Jeep Rubicon or 2012 Ford F150 4x4 Lariat towds
or a couple of different trailers
Retired in Apple Valley, California
Sorry no, the first time we will see it personally is the 8th.....just a weekend to go and will post as soon as we can!
Im very excited for you! It looks like many of us are going to be living this experience vicariously. Im also interested in the coach and your impressions. No pressure but we want to know ASAP!!!!! Thanks in advance, Pete
.....Our day began with Nate our contact these past 4 months holding our hands all the way through this purchase, picking us up from the airport hotel some 30 miles away and bringing us to the factory where we first met the owners and some of the staff. We then saw her for the first time in a private show room where we got a chance to look her over at our leisure before Steve the service manager gave us a pretty good walk through with opportunities over the next 3 days to go over anything we need more instruction on. After that came the paper work, sitting down with Kim whom walked us through the process with ease. We continued pouring over our new purchase and of course then came the punch list of minor things thus far, some of which was taken care of as we spoke. Other things to include the fabricating of a new plate under the drivers side seat to moving it forward to accommodate my short frame making my sitting behind the wheel more comfortable will be taken care of tomorrow. Get that from a dealer. The day came to a close with us sitting in front of the fireplace basking in the glow.....