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Old 02-02-2014, 07:59 PM   #15
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Great looking coach. Hope yall enjoy it for years to come. Really like the interior of you mh. Your choice of an adult beverage is excellent, I like Lone Star when I can get one.
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Old 02-02-2014, 08:03 PM   #16
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Fantastic rig. I've got a 99 and love it. Was the refitting of your unit very expensive? If you don't mind saying, what did you pay for her. She sure is purdy!
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Old 02-02-2014, 09:40 PM   #17
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I have the same one in fact about the same mileage.

But I think you have a 330 Cat, take a look run the vin by Freightliner

We only have it less than two months put 2500 miles on it, like it alot.
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Old 02-02-2014, 10:53 PM   #18
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I have the same one in fact about the same mileage.

But I think you have a 330 Cat, take a look run the vin by Freightliner

We only have it less than two months put 2500 miles on it, like it alot.
Nope it's a cummins. Looked at it before I bought it, and it's not one that was made out of country that the block cracks either
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Nope it's a cummins. Looked at it before I bought it, and it's not one that was made out of country that the block cracks either
Were you able to see the 53 from the engine cover under the bed? Or, did you have to get under the rig?
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I like all the changes they made. The coach is beautiful. Good luck with it! BTW I think your beverage choice was right on. Lone Star beer not available where I live.
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Were you able to see the 53 from the engine cover under the bed? Or, did you have to get under the rig?
Had to get underneath the coach and check the side of the block
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Fantastic rig. I've got a 99 and love it. Was the refitting of your unit very expensive? If you don't mind saying, what did you pay for her. She sure is purdy!
54 drive out. We didn't want anything new because we do a lot of cookoffs, lake boating, and camping at a Rv park near the beach
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Interior looks great!

Do you mind mentioning who the dealer is that you bought it from? I'm currently in the market for a used DP, and am having a hard time with the interiors of the early 2000's. Would love to find a used model already refurb'd.
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Very nice! We are in the same mindset. We have a 30ft Class C that travels ok, but it isn't the quietest and I need a little more elbow room in the Kitchen area.
Btw, I lived in Texas when I was young and in the army. The only thing we ever bought was Texas Pride, Lone Star and Schlitz. Out of the three, Lone Star was the best by far!
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Interior looks great!

Do you mind mentioning who the dealer is that you bought it from? I'm currently in the market for a used DP, and am having a hard time with the interiors of the early 2000's. Would love to find a used model already refurb'd.
Top choice Rv in spring, TX is where we got it from and had the interior replaced.
Just make sure that if you buy anything from them, take a 50 mile test drive and make sure everything is working. Check everything over good, because they are a "as is" dealer. Once it leaves, they are not very much help. They can find you anything your looking for. I had to replace the coach and chasis batteries, fix a little air leak, replace a jack sensor, and replace a tire valve entension but onther than that, this coach is mint now!
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