Wife and I just took delivery on an Monaco Camelot 42PDQ in Sagebrush. Sorry to see the truck and 5er go--lot's of good times, but if the first night and short trip home are any indication this will be even better.
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Congrats on the new ride, you will not be disappointed in your choice. We have had our coach just under two years and have been very happy with the fit and finish and the craftsmanship throughout. I feel the Camelot has a very good bang for your hard earned buck than some others but it's JMHO. Enjoy and POST PIX.
__________________ Bob Retired Army Traveling alone now. 2008 Camelot 40 PDQ 4 slides ISL400 towing a 2016 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 Quadcab Western MT in summer, AZ, NV in winter
Congrats Captpat, We just did the same thing, went with an 07 CC 470 Allure, have been out a couple of times but I still miss the 5er, of course I still have the 5er and truck, got a better deal to purchase straight out. I have the 5er and TV for sale now...