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Old 07-14-2019, 09:15 PM   #1
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Alpine Model Lineup

Can someone list the various Alpine DP models in the 2000- 2007 era from the best to the lowest in features/cost?

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Old 07-14-2019, 10:08 PM   #2
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WRV made 34’, 36’, 38’ and 40’ models with 1-4 slides. The 36’ and 40’ models had a mid-door entry option.

The Apex is the top on the line, introduced in 2006? Limited is the most common. They made a low cost model, Avalanche (perhaps 40 units) which had a rear radiator.

The Apex has Smart Beds, basement storage compartments that slide out hydraulically, Aqua Hot, Silverleaf, etc.

PM me and I’ll send you a few brochures.
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Alpine Model Lineup

Most Alpines whether a 34’ or 40’ were all equipped the same. Save for the options like HydroHot ect. The limited added a few other “nice “ options...tinted windows was one, bigger motor in the early years. Apex was the top of the line built only on the 40’ as I recall.
You will be hard pressed to find an Avalanche.
That’s the nice part about Alpines. They really only had one model till the Apex. The chassis and interiors were built the same. Like a brick you know what!!
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The '08-09's also were very similar, but have 6" higher roof/ceilings, single pane windshield and Smart beds. Interiors are the same. The Apex model production ended during the '08 year. Very few '09's produced due to the factory closing 3 months into the year.


As most owners know, coaches were built in the year prior to the actual model number. For example my '09 was built in February '08. The engine '07 built and the original tires were '06!
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If you have the 2006 brochure can you email it to me?
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If you have the 2006 brochure can you email it to me?
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I would but you didn't share your email address on your post or in your profile.
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'07 brochure

Having bought dozens of pre-owned vehicles over the years, condition trumps color and most desired features.

Depending on one's expertise with Alpines, a quality survey may be money well spent with these complicated, well-optioned RVs.

WRV was an unknown brand during most of my search, viewing lots of junk by Monaco, etc.

The quality of cabinetry, side radiator, generator slide, 2-slide minimum, superior suspension/frame (handling & ride) were list toppers. We 'missed' on a kind bed, but did get a normal queen size, FlexSteel seats, double-pane tinted glass, larger windows, and more. The gen and rad issues speak to maintenance costs and more.
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2001 Sales Brochure

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We are picking up our 2005 on Monday.

Does anyone have the brochures from that year?
I'm curious what mine has and doesn't have now.
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We are picking up our 2005 on Monday.

Does anyone have the brochures from that year?
I'm curious what mine has and doesn't have now.

Quick google search : http://www.dreamfindersrv.com/Litera...d-Brochure.pdf


These are built very well. We have the 2007 40' FDQS and love it.
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