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Old 11-21-2010, 08:40 AM   #1
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Hello fellow RVers,
I'm looking at buying a 2005 Holiday Rambler Navigator.
It has 55,000 miles and has always been kept indoors.
Does anyone have any comments or experiences with that coach????
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Old 11-21-2010, 08:47 AM   #2
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Hello Fellow RVers,
Iím looking at a 2005 Holiday Rambler Navigator. It has 55,000 miles in excellent condition. It has always been kept indoors.
Does anyone have any experience with this coach or comments please?
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Old 11-21-2010, 01:59 PM   #3
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I will provide a friendly "bump up" by saying I would like to own that highline model of motorhome.
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I can agree with Dean.
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Don't know much about them but have heard they are a nice coach but after all the test driving and looking that my husband and kids did we ended up buying a 40 FT foretravel. Sorry wish we could more
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Hello fellow RVers,
I'm looking at buying a 2005 Holiday Rambler Navigator.
It has 55,000 miles and has always been kept indoors.
Does anyone have any comments or experiences with that coach????
Go to the Monaco forum "below" and ask your question. The Navigator has been the "top of the line" for Holiday Rambler for a bunch of years.
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That's a very classy coach - top of the line in the Holiday Rambler family and essentially identical to the Monaco Signature. That doesn't mean it won't have any defects, but anything serious should already have been found and fixed on an '05.
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