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Old 07-26-2007, 05:00 AM   #1
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In an earlier post, I mentioned we were thinking of going from our 5'er to a Class A . Well, as of Tuesday, we are the proud owners of a 2002 Holiday Rambler Endeavor with a Cummins Diesel. While traveling through South Dakota, we talked to some of our friends in Sioux Falls, and they referred us to Schaaps RV Sales there. After some negotiations, we traded our rig and drove out with the Endeavor. Both of us are somewhat overwhelmed that it really happened, but learning everything we can about it as fast as we can prior to heading home on Saturday. I am certain that we will be using this site to gather information about using our new 2nd home. Hope to see you down the road, and lots of reading and posting in the future. Happy RV'ing.
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In an earlier post, I mentioned we were thinking of going from our 5'er to a Class A . Well, as of Tuesday, we are the proud owners of a 2002 Holiday Rambler Endeavor with a Cummins Diesel. While traveling through South Dakota, we talked to some of our friends in Sioux Falls, and they referred us to Schaaps RV Sales there. After some negotiations, we traded our rig and drove out with the Endeavor. Both of us are somewhat overwhelmed that it really happened, but learning everything we can about it as fast as we can prior to heading home on Saturday. I am certain that we will be using this site to gather information about using our new 2nd home. Hope to see you down the road, and lots of reading and posting in the future. Happy RV'ing.
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Old 07-26-2007, 05:19 AM   #3
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CONGRATS!! You have picked an excellent coach. We have been the proud owners of 2 Endeavors and curretly own a 2003 Endeavor DST.
We love it! You will really like the ride and HR/Monaco support. You need to join the Monaco forum if you have not already. Great fun to be had there!!
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Old 07-26-2007, 06:41 AM   #4
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Gene & Betty,
Congratulations! I am sure you will enjoy your Endevor. It is a sister to the Monaco Diplomat and share the same floor plans. You should hear from either Monaco Corporate or Holiday Rambler (not sure which). You are entitled to recieve a quarterly magazine which will provide you lots of information and updates on Rally's and club happenings. If not -- post a note and one of us can tell you how to get it started and who to call.

Also, like Happytrails says -- Come join the Monaco Forum.

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Hi Gene & Betty,
I echo my congratulations on your new coach an wish you many enjoyable, safe and trouble free journeys.

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Congratulations Gene and Betty!

I'm sure you are both going to enjoy it!!

From my own experience - going from a 5er to a DP - you will never want to go back.
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