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Old 06-14-2016, 08:15 PM   #1
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Pace Arrow question

I am looking at a 1998 Pac Arrow vision and was told it was 36 ft 10 inches. No tag axle, 2 slide outs, Chevy 454 engine. I can not seem to match anything exactly on the internet. Anyone know exactly what the model number is and anything about the model.

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Two slides were available in the 1999 Pace Arrow Vision series. The Pace Arrow Vision 36Z was 36'10" overall and offered on the Chevrolet P30 chassis with the 454 engine.

Here is the Pace Vision brochure for 1999 (from the official Fleetwood website):


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Thanks, I believe Pace did make a 1998 36z and I have looked at 2 but I can not find any reference to this model for a 1998 only a 1999. I am purchasing one with the Chevy engine so I wanted to learn more about it. NADA does not list a 1998 36z. Could it be possible they just made a few in 1998?
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I had what was titled as a 1998 Pace Arrow Vision 36b... it was on a Ford F-53 chassis. The VIN of the chassis was a 1999 VIN, the body/coach was built in 1998
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