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Old 12-19-2013, 08:25 AM   #1
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2014 Nexus Ghost

Little help ,anyone drive/have a front engine diesel rv or know anything about the nexus ghost or similar veh...

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I too would be interested tough we are interested though in the Nexus 32SC. Anybody having any contact with the 32SC please feel free relate your experience. We looked at the 34' Ghost last week in Clearwater, Fl. though I didn't drive one. Clearwater is supposed to be getting a 32SC in any day now, and it is my understanding that it will be in both the Tampa ad Ocala show.


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I walked through one in Pomona CA. it looked very promising on the inside although I felt it would be way underpowered for the grades around Southern California.
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