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Old 09-13-2014, 04:58 PM   #57
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I think someone may have added that box looking at mine. As far as the thickness goes, it seems to be the same thickness as the rest of the windows in the coach (frame wise).

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Old 09-13-2014, 05:28 PM   #58
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Thanks for taking time to get the pictures. I think mine is just like that. Yours has the box and that is what fills in the space between the interior wall and the rear outside wall. There is a 6 or 7 inch space between the back interior wall and the rear of the motorhome. I have determined that the rear wall where the window mounts should be 1" thick which is the 1/4" fiberglass, a 1/2" plywood and the 1/4" interior panel.
I will provide some pictures of what I decided to do. I have built a new box just like to one I removed and glued the 1/2" plywood to the rear fiberglass and then I am fiberglassing the window opening and I will reinstall the mirror inside.
Thanks again
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Old 09-20-2014, 12:34 PM   #59
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Good news I found the wiper blades for my 1990 Vogue Prima Vista. I went to all the bus mechanics that had worked on the old buses and showed them what kind of wiper blade I had on my bus and I got I don't know, but the last place I went to was a shop in Vegas that works on MCI Tour buses and the mechanic saw it and said he remembers this style of set up and MCI still uses them but is getting ready to change, He gave me the direct contact number and I called and told the customer service person what I had and needed. Instead of 18" blades with saddle I'm using 20" blade with new saddles I't works great. Customer service told me a whole set up will be over $ 200.00 apiece including motor.
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You're welcome David, sorry for the delay. Looking forward to the finished photos.
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Old 09-28-2014, 08:10 AM   #61
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These are beautiful coaches inside and out. Enjoyed reading the posts.
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Old 10-04-2014, 10:21 PM   #62
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My Coach is a Vogue IV 37 Pusher DD 6v92T 330hp ZF Tranny 4 Speed.
I have had it 12 years and has been a lot of fun I converted I A/C to roof air after many bus air problems. Watercooled Onan 7.5 has been rebuilt several times
have trouble finding door frame molding and windshield seals.
Its been a good coach.. Mostly used for Nascar Races and Music Events
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Old 10-24-2014, 09:47 PM   #63
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I had to got to a local Truckers Parts Supply
They had the blades, Seems like 17" is the standard
Im Looking for Windshield Seal? If you know where to get them ?
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Old 10-24-2014, 10:12 PM   #64
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I found the blades at MCI parts and I put 20" on my Vogue Prima Vista 1990.
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Old 11-12-2014, 12:34 AM   #65
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Hi my name is Jody and live in saint Louis I'm hoping to get a 1984 vogue
37' with a cat 3208 diesel. In the next week. I thought I read that you had an 84 as well. I'm hoping to get any advice you may have for anything I need to look for before purchasing.
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Old 11-17-2014, 08:48 PM   #66
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love my Vogue

We just became a member of 1RV2 , we have owned our !984 Vogue II 35 footer for 7 years and we love. Glad to see other members enjoying their Vogues too.
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Old 12-10-2014, 06:45 PM   #67
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1989 restored Prima Vista selling

1989 Vogue Prima Vista, 35 ft, 300 hp Cat 3208, Allison MT647 transmission, only 110,000 miles.


Coach is restored, beautiful in and out, and ready to run!! This coach was hand built, on Crown Bus chassis. The solid walnut wood work is unmatched in today’s coaches. The bus chassis will run for a long time, with low maintenance, And I have all the manuals, drawings, documentation to help you do that. The eight air bag suspension rides very smoothly. Fully painted fiberglas body, maroon/grey/cream.
We have driven it about 12,000 miles during the rebuild, but will sell due to health issues.
· New furniture (captains chairs, couch, side chairs, and dinette, mattress)
· Refurbished generator with new controller
· New plank flooring
· Refurbished front furnace
· New 2000w true sine wave inverter
· New front tires
· New vacuum pump
· Refurbished turbo
· Refurbished cruise control

Everything works!!
· Propane / 110 v electric hot water
· Dometic Refrigerator
· U-Line ice maker
· Onan diesel 7500kw generator with 4 start/stop controls
· Converter / charger
· Nutone countertop food center
· Two central internal A/C, Duotherm, will freeze you out on a hot day! (not roof air)
· Dual furnaces, back is original, and works perfectly. Front refurbished In the fall.
· 52 gal propane with sensor and electronic shut off
· Four burner stove
· Day/night shades
· Sharp convection microwave
· Winterized now, but all plumbing works well

This coach was a west coast coach, that spent most of its summers in Bellingham WA and winters in Arizona. There is very little rust anywhere. I drove it home from Washington, and have taken it on several 1000 mile trips, with no issues.


Call me for photos, other details

Jim Gabriel 614.561.0626
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Wow....I haven't checked in over here in awhile and low and behold, we now have a Vogue group. We are proud owners of a 1995 Vogue 37' Prima Vista, with a Cat 3176b and Allison HD4060. We've owned it for close to 13 years now and I've done the floors and changed things about some to suit our needs. I'm not all that good at posting pictures but if I recall correctly, my avatar has the picture of our Vogue. Anyway, Great to see so many Happy Vogue owners!
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Holy smokes! This is awesome! I love it inside and out.

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This is my dream one, however someone beat me to it. Love the outside coloring. Breaks my heart that I didn't see it in time to buy. It had been 3-4 yrs since I saw one like it for sale.
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1989 Vogue Prima Vista, 35 ft, 300 hp Cat 3208, Allison MT647 transmission, only 110,000 miles.


Coach is restored, beautiful in and out, and ready to run!! This coach was hand built, on Crown Bus chassis. The solid walnut wood work is unmatched in today’s coaches. The bus chassis will run for a long time, with low maintenance, And I have all the manuals, drawings, documentation to help you do that. The eight air bag suspension rides very smoothly. Fully painted fiberglas body, maroon/grey/cream.
We have driven it about 12,000 miles during the rebuild, but will sell due to health issues.
· New furniture (captains chairs, couch, side chairs, and dinette, mattress)
· Refurbished generator with new controller
· New plank flooring
· Refurbished front furnace
· New 2000w true sine wave inverter
· New front tires
· New vacuum pump
· Refurbished turbo
· Refurbished cruise control

Everything works!!
· Propane / 110 v electric hot water
· Dometic Refrigerator
· U-Line ice maker
· Onan diesel 7500kw generator with 4 start/stop controls
· Converter / charger
· Nutone countertop food center
· Two central internal A/C, Duotherm, will freeze you out on a hot day! (not roof air)
· Dual furnaces, back is original, and works perfectly. Front refurbished In the fall.
· 52 gal propane with sensor and electronic shut off
· Four burner stove
· Day/night shades
· Sharp convection microwave
· Winterized now, but all plumbing works well

This coach was a west coast coach, that spent most of its summers in Bellingham WA and winters in Arizona. There is very little rust anywhere. I drove it home from Washington, and have taken it on several 1000 mile trips, with no issues.


Call me for photos, other details

Jim Gabriel 614.561.0626
Goodness gracious. I've seen this one on Craigslist. It's just stunning. I LOVE all of those windows up front!
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