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Old 04-07-2005, 07:18 PM   #1
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hi out there,we would like your advice and experiences ...we are in the process of buying either a 1997 pursuit 460 32ft or a 1997 bounder 454 32ft 102" which is better ie:wall stucture,chassis, road handling etc.we've been riding in a 25ft c 460 for the last ten years
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Hi Dennis, An RV'ing acquaintance of ours has a 1999 Georgie Boy Pursuit and likes it very much. My personal preference would be the Ford chassis as I feel it's a bit heavier duty chassis than the GM P30 chassis. The downside is the Ford chassis used 16" wheels untill 1999 then changed to the 19.5 wheels. The P30 uses the 19.5 wheels.

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Unless your 1997 options offer you an enormous price-advantage, settling for less than the '99+ Ford V-10 chassis doesn't make a whole lot of sense.
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Between those two I'd definitely go for the Ford 460. Best big-block engine (past or present) Ford ever put into a motorhome.
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