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Old 03-11-2014, 11:48 AM   #1
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Does my 95 Country Coach Concept qualify as vintage?

Hi all, I was wondering if my new 95 Concept was close enough to vintage or should I check the date code?
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Old 03-11-2014, 12:35 PM   #2
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Vintage or not that is beautiful. Mind posting more pics?
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Old 03-11-2014, 04:47 PM   #3
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I am tickled to have it. I picked it up on Craigslist and got a real good deal.
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Old 03-11-2014, 04:53 PM   #4
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More pics

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Old 03-11-2014, 04:59 PM   #5
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That is absolutely amazing. If u dont mind me asking whats a rig like that cost?
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It's preloved preenjoyed and that makes it vintage

I would love to see some interior pictures.
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Old 03-11-2014, 10:31 PM   #7
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Those are great coaches. That was a top of the line in 1995 for CC. I think you have to wait a while before calling it a vintage coach though.
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Although I can't remember if its 20 or 25 years be considered vintage your coach is technically 20 model years old lol
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I have surched all over the internet and most seem to be listed from 45k to 90k but I got really lucky the seller had already bought a provost and listed it low for a quick sale, I showed up to look at it with a cashiers check low ball offer and he very reluctantly excepted. He listed it on Craigslist for 37k and took much less.( I would have given him 37k) I was very lucky it's a lot more rv than I should have been able to afford. The seller told me a few days latter on the phone he lost 50k in five years on the sell. It's the old saying money talks and bulls#*#*# walks. The worst a seller can do is say no!!! Next time it may be me that takes a loss but this time I have to keep pinching myself
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What a Beauty, love that Green too, not to many MH's with Green, again nice fine. I am not sure what the cut off is but our 82 is Vintage I believe, and our 64 is a classic, from what I've been told.
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I'd say you're close enough for iRV2 purposes.

That's a beautiful & classic looking coach. Got any inside pics?

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I have surched all over the internet and most seem to be listed from 45k to 90k but I got really lucky the seller had already bought a provost and listed it low for a quick sale, I showed up to look at it with a cashiers check low ball offer and he very reluctantly excepted. He listed it on Craigslist for 37k and took much less.( I would have given him 37k) I was very lucky it's a lot more rv than I should have been able to afford. The seller told me a few days latter on the phone he lost 50k in five years on the sell. It's the old saying money talks and bulls#*#*# walks. The worst a seller can do is say no!!! Next time it may be me that takes a loss but this time I have to keep pinching myself
Wow. Thats amazing. I had kind of the same thing happen with my 81 class c. Not NEAR the value but same circumstances. He bought a class A and the ol beater needed to go. Asking 2k I offered him $1200. I took it for a test drive and found the front calipers to be locked up. He said he just had pads installed and would check with the shop. He called me the next day and told me he spend $575 to have all new brakes put on the front. I asked him what that was gonna do to the price (me being on a strict budget) and he said "I cant expect you to pay for it or take a vehicle that wasnt road worthy" so I still got it for $1200!
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Pictures pictures Please. I need to get the oulala, Still love that green, those pics gave me the oulala LOL
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Wow. Thats amazing. I had kind of the same thing happen with my 81 class c. Not NEAR the value but same circumstances. He bought a class A and the ol beater needed to go. Asking 2k I offered him $1200. I took it for a test drive and found the front calipers to be locked up. He said he just had pads installed and would check with the shop. He called me the next day and told me he spend $575 to have all new brakes put on the front. I asked him what that was gonna do to the price (me being on a strict budget) and he said "I cant expect you to pay for it or take a vehicle that wasnt road worthy" so I still got it for $1200!
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