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Old 11-17-2013, 10:10 PM   #15
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I was wondering, do those Prevost Marathon coaches ever get dirty? They always seem to be clean and shinny even if they drive in the same weather I do.
No, dirt and bugs wouldn't DARE stick to one.
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Old 11-17-2013, 11:21 PM   #16
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They are nice and shinny on the outside, but the ones I have seen I didn't really care for the inside, no slides etc. Mind you, they were older ones. What I have is more than I need and is paid for= Happy!!
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Old 11-17-2013, 11:58 PM   #17
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thought I would take a look at what you are looking at ...WOW!

Put on you bibs and take a look at what I found... (no slides, must be old .. er..

2003 Prevost Liberty Elegant Lady XLIINon Slide

AND...in case you want to go...

http://www.prevost-stuff.com/used_coaches.htm
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Old 11-18-2013, 01:47 AM   #18
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They might have big pretty coaches that bugs won't stick to, but not a one of them is having more fun that I am with a dirty fifth wheel.
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Old 11-18-2013, 03:08 AM   #19
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They look the same as any of ours on the inside when we are asleep.
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Old 11-18-2013, 04:35 AM   #20
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I'm feeling a bit sheepish reading this I actually have plans to buy a Prevost.

Here is my plan: Win the lottery. Buy a Prevost.
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Old 11-18-2013, 06:26 AM   #21
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So tell me: Was his view out the windows any better than yours?

Must be, it was a Prevost! LOL
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I wouldn't trade my 96 Mountain Aire for any Prevost (or anything else) I've seen. It's paid for and my view out my windows is just as good, if not better than theirs.

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Had one park next to me once.. Yup, that is a whole lotta RV.
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I'm feeling a bit sheepish reading this I actually have plans to buy a Prevost.

Here is my plan: Win the lottery. Buy a Prevost.
Ha, we have similar plans ... although I am partial to a Newell Coach. This one would fit the bill with the bunk beds. If we have a rig that nice, our 2 Labs should have their own space in the coach as well (comfy bottom bunk)







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Pull into a rest area to take a break, eat, potty, walk the dogs, whatever, and park next to a Prevost Marathon. Made my 40' Endeavor look INADEQUATE !!!!! uggh,,,,back to therapy
Ahh friend, you are looking at it all wrong...

his fortune was to meet YOU..

The glamour in this is in the folks you meet, not in the places they live, nothing impresses me more than a kind heart...(your steering wheel probably cost more than my new to me 5er, but it will be as precious to me as anything else and it will be my 'palatial home' If I won the lottery would I trade...no . I would however get good tradesmen in to make the changes I want and a good late model tow vehicle...:laugh

PS I have bunks and 2 dogs, problem solved (for me)
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Umm, I don't get it. Too much glitz and mirrors and stuff for me. The Prevost interiors look really cold to me, not cozy. Some people like that, not me. I'll take my '05 Winnie over that rolling casino any day. Just my personal opinion....
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What does NEED have to do with it? We are talking about LUST!!!

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What I aint got, I dont need.

A Prevost has at least 15 tons of what I dont need. But they can only dream of my MPG!

If I could afford a Prevost, I would still have what I'm living F/T in now. There are many ways to spend money.
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What does NEED have to do with it? We are talking about LUST!!!
Haha!

My lusting has never included inanimates! ;-)
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