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Old 09-07-2015, 04:17 PM   #1
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Renovating a Class A

Anybody got any experience renovating a coach? I'm interested in buying a used (7-12 years old maybe) pusher and renovating it with new sleek, modern furnishings and decor. Is there a specific forum I should look into? Any advice? Thanks much!
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Anybody got any experience renovating a coach? I'm interested in buying a used (7-12 years old maybe) pusher and renovating it with new sleek, modern furnishings and decor. Is there a specific forum I should look into? Any advice? Thanks much!
Here are a few ideas to get you going.

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very nice dennis and carol thanks for sharing
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Mike,
I purchased a 1999 Country Coach last year. The coach was taken care of with a few exceptions like faulty water heater, cook top and black tank valve. The main thing I wanted to do was to update the old girl and after we replaced the sink fixtures I started to update the interior. The biggest change I wanted to make was to replace the old window frames that were covered in fabric with new wood that matched the cabinets. This made a world of difference and then I reuphosltered the chairs and made throw pillows to match. Depending on your coach's condition and your skill set you can do alot of this yourself. I have attached some before and after pictures of the difference it made on our coach. Let me know if I can help. Best of luck.
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Nice work MBuscher. I like what you've done, but I'm really thinking about more large scale remodeling. I want the entire coach to have a really modern, minimalist look. I've seen this done with some old Airstreams, but not on class A coaches. I appreciate your input. I'll post when I get the coach and start making some the of changes.
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