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Old 11-06-2019, 11:05 PM   #1
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2005 Rose Air M-3955ET Questions, PLEASE HELP!

I just purchased this Rexhall, and know nothing about them, but figured this would be the place to get more familiar with it. I will be picking it up tomorrow. I believe it's a M-3955ET. I know it has two slides, and understand it's 39ft. I am trying to figure out what size Cummins engine it has. I ran the VIN, (rebuilt title) and it came up as a Workhorse chassis, with 8.9L. Does this sound right?

Also, it has marble tile throughout, did they come from the factory like that?



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Old 11-08-2019, 12:27 PM   #2
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I just purchased this Rexhall, and know nothing about them, but figured this would be the place to get more familiar with it. I will be picking it up tomorrow. I believe it's a M-3955ET. I know it has two slides, and understand it's 39ft. I am trying to figure out what size Cummins engine it has. I ran the VIN, (rebuilt title) and it came up as a Workhorse chassis, with 8.9L. Does this sound right?

Also, it has marble tile throughout, did they come from the factory like that?

It seems likely that what you have is a Chevy Workhorse chassis with an 8.1 liter, (454 ci), V-8 engine for motive power. They are very nice coaches, but it is not likely a diesel and not powered by Cummins. As for the "marble", I am not sure because it is entirely possible that the counter tops and parts could have been replaced by a previous owner, but my coach is equipped with Corian counter tops and although it may appear marble like, Corian is a manufactured material that is very tough and dense, but not in any way close to actual marble. I am sure that there are several owners of those coaches that can fill you in on the details. Best of luck with the coach, you have a very nice one if it has been well maintained!
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