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Old 12-29-2012, 02:10 PM   #1
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Upgrading to a newer MH-Need your input

Considering upgrading to a newer MH. I have found 2 that we are interested in. Both are 2006's and both have the Cat 350/Allison, and both floor plans are identical as well as the length.
One is a Damon Tuscany with 19K miles and has 2 leather sofas as well as leather driver/passenger seats. It is on the freightliner chassis.
The other is a Travel Supreme Envoy. It has 54K miles. The sofa is cloth, the swivel chair is leather as well as driver/passenger seats. Not sure which chassis it is built on.
Which one has the better construction?
I don't know the exterior roof material for either brand, but should find out the first of the week.
Comments on each manufacturer will be much appreciated. Have A Happy New Year everyone.
Sincerely,
Alex
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Old 12-29-2012, 07:05 PM   #2
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The Travel Supreme will be the better choice. Actually it will be hard to name many rigs built as well the Travel Supreme.
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