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Old 03-03-2011, 05:06 PM   #1
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Lightbulb I'M just thinking 77 revcon 25 DW worried ?

I have been looking for a 24 or 25 ft MH that will sleep 2 in a walk around bed or twins. The revcon with aft twins and rear bath seams just right. But there is one big problem the coach is well over 30 years old. So there is much hesatation on DW's part and some concern. What problems will I encounter with an old coach. The prices of the revcon and the gmc mh seam to vary widely.I just don't know what I don't know
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Old 03-03-2011, 06:09 PM   #2
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Unless you find a restored unit that has full documentation and have it checked by a pro,
you will more than likely end up with an end less project.
If you are up for that, go for it and prove DW correct.
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Old 03-04-2011, 06:28 AM   #3
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check your post on rv.net talk to daveinet as he has one with a 502
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I do have some Idea of what im getting into as I have and drive the wheels off of my 18 year old entry level sportcoach iv It's just that a lot of the places I like to go dont welcome mh that big anymore so i'm looking for a 25 foot max with twin beds.
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Sounds like a Red Green moment to me.
Gives a guy a chance to shine in his brides eyes.

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I have been looking for a 24 or 25 ft MH that will sleep 2 in a walk around bed or twins. The revcon with aft twins and rear bath seams just right. But there is one big problem the coach is well over 30 years old. So there is much hesatation on DW's part and some concern. What problems will I encounter with an old coach. The prices of the revcon and the gmc mh seam to vary widely.I just don't know what I don't know
PLEASE HELP If you can
Thanks

John
go for it! Revcon built a good coach, one of the few old coaches I would look at! I own a '79 Apollo and there's nothing I can't get for it. Have the chassis checked out a a good truck chassis alignment shop.
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