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Old 11-07-2010, 07:21 AM   #1
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to buy or not to buy?

Hello All,
I am interested in info that will help me make the decision to buy a Class A diesel or not, what are the top 5 manufactures and how to buy a used coach. My thought is to use it as a 2nd home for 3 to 4 months in the winter months and travel the US when I retire in 20 months. I'm sure new concept.
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Old 11-07-2010, 11:29 AM   #2
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Welcome tebrock to irv2.
Can't help you with a DP have only had Gas coach's in my lifetime. If you going to eventually go full time the DP may be the way to go if you have the cash and need room and going to pull a tow.
The Gas coach can do the same so my advice would be to go to dealer and drive the both and compare and try different dealer motor coach's.
This link will give you a start on what to look for on coach you decide on and comparing between different type coach's that may interest you.
If you click on Quick Tips link you will get into the Newmar forum top line and all the other motor home MFG's you can post in down the line on irv2.
Good luck in your quest and welcome to RVing.
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Think about a hobby or interest you DO know something about.
Lets say it's golf.

Would you advise a rookie to go out and buy a top of the line brand new set of clubs and Titlest balls to go hacking around with?
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