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Old 08-02-2014, 01:01 PM   #43
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I own a 1990 37' Vogue Prima Vista DP with a 3208T Turbo Cat V8 engine this is on a Crown Chassis, 150 Gal fuel,100 Gal fresh water, 50 gal grey/50 gal black. 4 speed Allison trans/retarder, 7.5 Onan generator, she rides like a dream, If anyone knows of a place I can order windshield wiper blade for this Coach it sure would be helpful.
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Old 08-02-2014, 08:46 PM   #44
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Old 08-03-2014, 03:11 PM   #45
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Gabevest,

Congrats on the purchase of your 89 Prima Vista!!! Got any pics to share? I love to chat with you about it, as it looks like a near twin to mine!

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Old 08-04-2014, 09:18 AM   #46
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Gabevest,

Congrats on the purchase of your 89 Prima Vista!!! Got any pics to share? I love to chat with you about it, as it looks like a near twin to mine!

Bryan
Hi Bryan,
I would be glad to chat with you about our coaches I'm sure they would be similar and from the history no two coaches are alike. I would be glad too share any information that I have from owners manuals to electrical diagrams and any other manufactures information. The coach was build by Mitchell. you many contact me by email or telephone, which I will give you email.
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:44 PM   #47
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New Vogue IV owner

I recently purchased a 1989 Vogue IV 37' motor coach. It has a Detroit Diesel 6V92TA with 330 HP and a ZF 5 HP 600 automatic transmission. I have owned a few motorhomes and a 5th wheel and I have to say that when I stepped into this motorhome to look at it I was so impressed with the feel of quality that I couldn't leave without it.
It has been setting for around 5 years and it needs some TLC. Lots of lights inside and out needed attention as well as some wiring for the front headlights due to squirrels living in there. Had to replace all the tires and put in a new refrigerator. Can't wait to get it all in good shape and take it for a trip.
BTW, it was hard to find this forum. But glad I kept looking.
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Old 08-27-2014, 04:50 AM   #48
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Congrats Vogue IV on your recent purchase!!! You wrote "I was so impressed with the feel of quality that I couldn't leave without it", and I completely understand; I felt the exact same way the day I first say our 89 Prima Vista. Side note: our coach has the DD 6V92TA and ZF HP 600 as well. Do you have any interior pics to share?

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Old 08-27-2014, 05:11 AM   #49
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1989 Vogue Prima Vista

'89 Vogue Prima Vista
68k miles
we are 2nd owner
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA
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I have a few but they aren't very good. I will take some and post. I do have the mini-bar similar to the one in your pictures.
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'89 Vogue Prima Vista
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LOVE the colors, your lucky to have found it. Gorgeous
Enjoy it.
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Great find Vogue_IV, you'll love it they're very well built coaches.
Would you mind sharing the asking price?
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Thanks Gilleshps and I think it will be a nice coach. The asking price was $13500 but it needed all tires and the refrigerator replaced so I was able to get enough off to pay for those. Still lots of little things to fix, while it was sitting for 5 years the squirrels had a nice place to live and they like to chew on wires. So far I have replaced the tires and the refrigerator and fixed several wiring issues, so things are starting to come together. Hopefully I can take it for a short overnighter in the month or so.

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Pictures of rear window

I am in need of pictures that show the rear window detail. Mine didn't have the window in it when I bought it and it had a painted panel over the outside and a mirror on the inside wall. It appears that the rear wall was only the fiberglass and a 1/4" plywood so the window was mounted on a 1/2" thick wall.
I would really appreciate someone looking at theirs and telling me if I am assuming correctly.
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Wow! That's a steal for that coach being an 89, I believe the rear windows are the same as the body style didn't change much aside from the step up in the floor and roof. My rear window is the fire escape.
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If yours is the same ill take some photos for you and upload them. What specs are you looking for?
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I'm just curious as to the rear wall thickness. Mine was covered up on both sides and I didn't realize when I bought it that it was supposed to have a window there. There is basically a box that fits between the interior wall and the rear of the motorhome that was around 6 to 7 inches deep and the rear window appears to have been mounted in the back of that box. I have attached pictures of what I found on the exterior when I removed a panel that was attached with screws, the duck tape is on the back side of a mirror that covered the inside. The other pictures are of the box that framed the window and then the interior after I removed the mirror and the box frame.
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