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Old 10-12-2008, 06:02 PM   #1
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Going Monday to look at this What do you think? What should I be aware of?They are asking $18,500 Picture here:http://portland.craigslist.org/clk/rvs/876191112.html

Miles:103,647
300 Cat Diesel
Gillig Chassis
Allison Transmission
Air Ride suspension
Body is 102" wide (not 97)
Hydraulic Jacks
New tires
Propane generator
Remote Spotlight
Outside Speakers
2 Air Conditioners
Passenger captain chair is power recliner
Oak interier
musical horns (no kidding, these cost the original owner over $1,500.00 crazy)
Water RO system
Queen Bed
2 TV's
Ice maker
built in blender
New flexsteel couch
New flexsteel recliner and side chair
Recovered kitchen chairs to match couch and side chair
Outside awnings on all windows
Front window sun shade (snap on outside when parked)

Condition of all is good. We have always stored it inside.
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Old 10-12-2008, 06:02 PM   #2
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Going Monday to look at this What do you think? What should I be aware of?They are asking $18,500 Picture here:http://portland.craigslist.org/clk/rvs/876191112.html

Miles:103,647
300 Cat Diesel
Gillig Chassis
Allison Transmission
Air Ride suspension
Body is 102" wide (not 97)
Hydraulic Jacks
New tires
Propane generator
Remote Spotlight
Outside Speakers
2 Air Conditioners
Passenger captain chair is power recliner
Oak interier
musical horns (no kidding, these cost the original owner over $1,500.00 crazy)
Water RO system
Queen Bed
2 TV's
Ice maker
built in blender
New flexsteel couch
New flexsteel recliner and side chair
Recovered kitchen chairs to match couch and side chair
Outside awnings on all windows
Front window sun shade (snap on outside when parked)

Condition of all is good. We have always stored it inside.
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Old 10-13-2008, 04:25 PM   #3
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I was looking at an '89 three or four years ago, just before I bought the Pace Arrow. They were asking three to four times what you are talking about. I was in love with that coach, but at the time did not think I wanted to spend that much. Wish I had.

The Gillig chassis with the Cat 300 are an awesome combo. The whole thing really depends upon how it was maintained. You assume anyone buying the top end of a high end line of coaches is not going to stint on the maintenance. If it checks out, by someone knowledgeable - enjoy! They are beautiful coaches!
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Old 10-13-2008, 04:57 PM   #4
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Bring her home Saturday the have every record on her since her birth for her age she is in great shape.And the ride what a dream so smooth.I'm so excited. Hugs Peabody
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