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Old 08-02-2015, 10:45 AM   #99
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Old 08-03-2015, 10:02 AM   #100
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She a very nice home.
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Old 08-03-2015, 10:18 AM   #101
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Plan to remove white couch. Would like to install electric fireplace behind dinette booth with retractable TV under curbside window. Would also like to upgrade
co-pilot seat to a better recliner.
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Old 08-04-2015, 12:21 PM   #102
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This is our 1984 35 foot Vogue with a 8.2L Detroit Diesel Fuel Pincher engine and 4 speed Allison transmission. I purchased it 3 years ago for $8000 and have been working on it ever since (Labor of love). I have to say the Detroit Diesel leaves me slightly under powered but have made up for that when I converted the rig to run on waste vegetable oil which I collect for free. I bought this exact rig because it was such a great WVO candidate. These pictures are old now as I am always updating.

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Old 08-04-2015, 09:21 PM   #103
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This is our 1984 35 foot Vogue with a 8.2L Detroit Diesel Fuel Pincher engine and 4 speed Allison transmission. I purchased it 3 years ago for $8000 and have been working on it ever since (Labor of love). I have to say the Detroit Diesel leaves me slightly under powered but have made up for that when I converted the rig to run on waste vegetable oil which I collect for free. I bought this exact rig because it was such a great WVO candidate. These pictures are old now as I am always updating.

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Great looking coach. I wish I had 8.2L. I get by with 5.9L
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Old 08-04-2015, 10:55 PM   #104
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vogue club

SissyBoyBob, I will be interested in joining a Vogue Club. We own a 1984 II 35 footer tag,gasser,in alabama. Post any news. These are great built MH.
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Old 08-05-2015, 08:45 AM   #105
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@jsutton1 - great stuff with the WVO...we have a 5 Million gallon per year Biodiesel plant and I fuel everything from my daily drivers and coach to Peterbilts on 100% US made and high grade Biodiesel...I have learned through many hundreds of thousands of miles that well made Biodiesel is like a miracle elixir for Diesel engines...the myths are really just founded in backyard production that doesn't adhere to sound chemistry but even backyard producers can do a great job with care...it's great stuff when done properly with more power, quieter running and far better lubricious properties and of course... Made in USA and without fracking too...
Just make sure you don't advertise WVO on the vehicle as DOTS are pretty well aware no taxes are paid so you can be open to an ugly can of worms with the tax man...especially in states with a lot of Biodiesel production...we pay .24 for every gallon of road fuel to assure compliance...
Love a good French frying Vogue though!!!!!
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Old 08-11-2015, 10:25 AM   #106
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We are in the decision making mode on a 1984 Vogue II, 29'. Our biggest drawback is that it has the middle bedroom with twin beds. We previously had a 74 Airstream with the exact same bedroom/bathroom layout and were always annoyed with it. LOL, now here we go again! Anyway, loved reading the thread and seeing everybody's pics. If we decide this is a go and become Vogue owners, I'd love to see a continued camaraderie.
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This is our 1984 35 foot Vogue with a 8.2L Detroit Diesel Fuel Pincher engine and 4 speed Allison transmission. I purchased it 3 years ago for $8000 and have been working on it ever since (Labor of love). I have to say the Detroit Diesel leaves me slightly under powered but have made up for that when I converted the rig to run on waste vegetable oil which I collect for free. I bought this exact rig because it was such a great WVO candidate. These pictures are old now as I am always updating.

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Wow! Now that is a beautiful vintage coach!!! I would love to see more pictures, I am always looking for ideas on the upcoming remodel of my new 1977 Sportscoach. I love how clean and classic the appearance of your Vogue is. When I started looking at Vintage motor homes I knew I wanted a Vogue or a Sportscoach and I was lucky to be able to trade straight across an older car for mine. I have to say again you have a beautiful coach and your pride of ownership really shows!

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Old 08-11-2015, 11:05 AM   #108
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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.
My cousin had the exact same coach, year, size and powertrain about ten years ago. Absolutely beautiful coach and he had it fixed up very nice. He lost the 3208 CAT and I helped him replace it with a remanned CAT crate engine. My wife and I were on our first DP at the time, a 1991 Beaver Contessa 38' with the same 300HP 3208 CAT/4-speed Allison transmission.


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One of the best Motor Coaches made.
Wow! That is very nice. Inside and out are amazing.

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1988 Vogue III 34' Motorhome

I just posted pictures for a 1988 Vogue III 34' Motorhome on a John Deere chassis. 18 pictures plus the factory options sheet.

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Old 09-01-2015, 07:58 PM   #110
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1990 Vogue Prima Vista 35' Pusher

I just posted 14 pictures of this 1990 Vogue Prima Vista 35' diesel pusher.

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Old 09-02-2015, 04:47 AM   #111
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New vogue facebook group

There's a new group on FaceBook for Vogue owners:
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I just added 9 pictures of this 1997 Vogue V 38' motorhome.

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