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Old 04-27-2012, 11:01 PM   #29
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In Canada a 100 grand will get you a mid level Deisel pusher(side radiator, fulll body paint ,40ft.) in the 5-9 year old range or an entry level(smaller deisel engine, rear radiator,partial body paint) in the 5-7 year range, a really high end unit would probably have to be older than 2003, a family memeber of mine just bought a 2005 country coach intrique with a tag axle, he paid 160,000cdn... I think build wise it's probably in the range of the some higher end production coaches built in that year. I think you could get a beautiful coach for that money with everything you need, there a lot of good deals out there.
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Old 04-29-2012, 12:20 AM   #31
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I have to say that $160k CAD for an '05 Intrigue sounds a little rich. I think if you work for it there are some deals out there that would put a similar coach in you hands for close to $100k.

Emphasis on "if you work for it".
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Old 04-29-2012, 01:19 PM   #32
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I would say our next and last one will likely be something like this. I wish it were shorter though, 38 or 36 is plenty for me to get around conveniently. Don't really like the 2 burner stove as Ilike to cook and bake, I see it has a convection over though, have to learn to use the one I have now. I also like the bathroom all in one room like our old one has it, don't care if that makes a hallway down one side. By the time sales tax was paid and I'm sure there are repairs, haven't seen any yet that didn't need something.

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This 2001 American Eagle By Fleetwood has a 370hp Cummins Engine On a Spartan Chassis. Amenities include...Air Bag Suspension, Exhaust Brake, 2 Slide-outs, 2 Ducted Roof A/Cs, 4 Door Refrigerator, In-Fridge Ice Maker, Main/Win/Sld Awnings, Washer/Dryer, Backup Camera, CD Radio, Inverter, Satellite Dish, 2 TVs, DVD Player, Convection Microwave and 2 Burner Range. New Tires on This Unit are Ready to Roll Down the Highway!
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GeneralSize: 40'Year: 2001Brand: AMERICAN EAGLEManufacturer: FLEETWOODModel: 40EHSChassis/Engine/SuspensionMileage: 63037Engine: 370HP 8.3 ISC CUMMINSChassis: SPARTANTransmission: ALLISONSuspension: AIR BAGSLevelers: HYDRALICSlides: 2Exhaust Brake: YESWheel Size: 22.5Exterior/Body ConstructionBody Type: STANDARDAwnings: MAIN/WIN/SLDSInterior/FurnitureSleeps: 4Beds: 1 DOUBLE, 1 QUEENWindow Covering: BLINDSElectrical SystemsGenerator: ONAN DIESELElectrical: 50AMPAppliances/AccessoriesBackup Camera: YESSatellite: DISH ONLYTV(s): YESTV Antenna: YESRefrigerator: GAS/ELEC/ 4 DOORIce Maker: IN-FRIDGEStovetop: 2 BURNERSMicrowave: CONVECTIONWasher/Dryer: 1 PIECEPlumbing/Heating/ACWater Heater: 10 GAL G/EA/C: 2 DUCTEDBath: SHOWER
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Last year we purchased our first RV, Winnebago Adventurer 33V(gasser). Really loved the layout and quality but not so much the ride. We decided to purchase a Pusher. We found an 2003 American Eagle within our budget and haven't been happier. It's a beauty. It has a bathroom sink near shower and one in toilet room. We only wanted 2 slides because of the space you lose on curbside. We spend most of our time outside entertaining guests. The interior is top notch and has quality carpet, tile, corian, MCD shades...everything. American Coach has my vote.
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Really surprised no one mentioned Foretravel. Not a whole lot of them out there for sale as the owners tend to hang on to theirs and do all kinds of upgrades. Most of the used ones that are for sale are usually because of necessary lifestyle changes (such as illness) Beautiful coaches with exceptional quality components,, features, designs, and service are readily available. We have "rubber necked" thru a lot of other brand used coaches from a year old to 10-15 years old and were quite surprised at the poor condition of the construction and the materials used. Particle board for cupboards, shelving and doors does not hold up over time.
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I have to say that $160k CAD for an '05 Intrigue sounds a little rich. I think if you work for it there are some deals out there that would put a similar coach in you hands for close to $100k.

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not so sure you could pick up an 05 42 ft intigue limited edition with the 450 cummins and a tag axle for 100 grand..... I'll give you the a little rich at 160,000... but anything less than 135,000 would be a steal in my books
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We have had 2010 37ft fleetwood, then 2011 32ft Monaco Vesta now 2011 Monaco Cayman [long story] but with 100k I would look for a Monaco Windsor 40 ft. with a cummins. Have looked at several, they are well built units and their owner all seem to like them. Thats my 2 cents worth.
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