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Old 07-05-2002, 09:03 AM   #15
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I have a CC, but its not a new one, and was nowhere near that price, but for an 1985 it had to be the top of the line at the time.
It is a beautiful coach runs and looks like new, leather interior, solid pine cabinets, corian counter tops. I am like the rest of you, I would love to have a new one but, still in my early thirtys' and a long way away from retirement it is only a dream.

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Old 03-23-2006, 03:45 AM   #16
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I agree with you 100%! We recently traded in a Alpine Motorcoach for a 42' Allure. We love it! We only had the Alpine for a year. We bought it new and had nothing but problems with it the entire time and customer service at Western RV was a joke. Even tried to communicate with company president but he declined. Anyway we are finally happy to get back to camping.


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I have been wondering why, with all the motorhomes out there, I almost never read anything about Country Coach. I have a 2000 Afinity, 42' with bed&breakfast slide(s). This is the first coach I have ever had, and I think it is the best thing I have ever done for myself. Fit and finish is excellent, compared to most coaches I've seen. Have had only minor problems, that I could fix myself, and did.
But again, I was just wondering why no one talks about Country Coach?
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Old 03-24-2006, 04:02 AM   #17
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I agree with you 100%! We recently traded in a Alpine Motorcoach for a 42' Allure.
Need to change your signature down there at the bottom....
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Old 03-25-2006, 04:46 AM   #18
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My favorite is the CC Affinity in the "ALexander" floorplan. Each time I see one at a show or the like I have to carry a BEACH towel to catch all the DROOL. (Maybe one day I'll win the lottery or something and could actually buy one )

The MArathons, Libertys and even the Country Coach Prevost conversions are some kind of fine with a LOT of "Fluff and glitter". BUT, the Contry Coach rigs (Non-Prevost) just seem to "Flip my fritter" as the Oak Ridge boys sang.

And Jimmy (Mouser), you need to change your sig.! (HE now has a Quad Slide 45' Country Coach Magna that is some kind of fine)
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Old 03-25-2006, 04:31 PM   #19
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We just recently traded a different brand for a 42' '05 Country Coach Allure. Love it. Yes, it's had a few minor issues, over all we really like the coach and the quality. Quality sure beats what we used to have!
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Does anyone know of a Country Coach specific forum. We ordered a new Magna and would like to hook up with other owners and pick their brain for info.
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Does anyone know of a Country Coach specific forum. We ordered a new Magna and would like to hook up with other owners and pick their brain for info.
Doesn't appear to be a forum, unless there's a Yahoo one I'm not familiar with, but HERE is a link to the Country Coach Owners Club.
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Try this:

Yahoo Country Coach Group
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Good job Gary, there's the Yahoo group as well!!
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