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Old 02-27-2013, 10:48 AM   #15
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Thanks for all the input and ideas. You all have been A great help. now I have to make up my mind. Thanks again. Kenny

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Old 02-27-2013, 11:36 AM   #16
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Before I retired we had a 1 ton van at my work place with a 454 chevy and drove it for 500,000 miles without major engine work. I bought a 1986 Pace Arrow with a chevy 454 and drove it for 17 years, gave it to my son with 122,000 miles and he has it to this day, no major engine work. I now have a 2004 Scottsdale by Newmar with Workhorse chassis , 496 chevy and 65,000 miles and no major engine work. I am a long time Ford guy however because of my past experiences with chevy I chose to stay with them when selecting an RV. Like others have stated floor plan is still a high priority also RV Company, some are better built.

2004 Newmar/Scottsdale, W22, Toad/2000 Jeep Cherokee Classic 4X4 Auto Trans, US Gear Brake System, Blue OX Tow Bar, Garmin 1450 MT GPS. RVing Since 1989. Life Is Good!!!
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Old 03-01-2013, 03:08 PM   #17
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somewhere I saw A site on the ACE 27.1 motorhome but now I cannot find it. Can anyone help me find it? Thanks Kenny

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