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Old 01-24-2009, 05:28 AM   #1
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I am looking at a 2008 E-450 Cambria, (new). Any one out there driving one? Never see them mentioned. It is a beautiful rig. Anything I should be aware of? I have been a Class "A" owner for many years, but need to downsize. It is a V-10 w/Tow Haul tranny. I have no experience with class C's. Have owned everything else. $ are close to a deal otherwise.
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Hi Homer. See you made it here also.
Have you tried the Aspect/Cambria Owners site I gave you?
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Old 01-27-2009, 01:13 PM   #3
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RVTEN: Hi Tom, yes I did and now getting daily digest on them. Great site, have picked up some interesting points from their postings. Also joined the Navion group just for kicks. I am surprised however how much more activity there is on RV.Net about Cambria and Aspect, than IRV2.com. Thanks for the heads up and I am getting closer to a deal on a new Cambria 08 on a E-450. I have also received an offer from Phoenix Cruiser to buy direct from factory. I don't think I need to get in a hurry on either of them. Thanks for the info.
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Old 01-27-2009, 01:32 PM   #4
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Well whatever you get. Hope to meet youn on the road sometime.

Maybe us Aspect/Cambria owners do not have as much to complain about as some others.
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I have a 2007 Cambria 29H that I am selling let me know if you are interested,I am selling it at wholesale due to a condo purchase!
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rvten: I hope so. If you are ever in the Ft.Meyers, Arcadia, Port Charlotte area, I am sure it could be arranged.
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We will be in Kissimmee in April.
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Homer, if you really like the 26' floorplan of the Cambria, you might not want to wait too long. That floorplan has been discontinued for 2009 in both the Cambria and Aspect models. You should be able to get a terrific deal on one of the last 2008's.
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Old 02-02-2009, 04:36 AM   #9
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KAMPINGKIETH" Thanks for heads up on the Cambria. I am working on a deal now on a 08. We are close but not on yet. Good information to know.
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Well Homer. Are you any closer to making a deal?
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RVTEN: Hi, I am about as close as I am going to get. We have agreed on the money. We are at a minor impasse on the jacks. He wants twice what I can get them from the factory for. I may just go up and see if I can bring the hammer down this next week. I really like the coach, but I like my present rig to, it is just as little big for me anymore. Down to a matter of semantics.
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Not knowing what jack system you are looking at.
Maybe have the Jack MFG install them. I know mit would mean a trip up north. But spring is on the way. LOL
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Hi Tom: I am looking at "Big Foot". Factory will sell to me for 1295.00 full package, not installed. He wants 2700.00. I will compromise, or may just skip it for the time being and do the factory route. Working on it.
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I had Big Foot on one of my class A's. They are very good.They will install at the place in MI.
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