Originally Posted by Mr_D
I'm not sure that's worth the cost, only you can make that determination. For several years CC and Foretravel were considered equal and the top lines just below a Prevost conversion.
Most likely isn't. I do like the fact they are still in business.
I am just thinking of actually retire (again) Feb 2022 and had thoughts of a little newer one. BUT, I do realize that what I have is a very well built motorhome. Case being,
In March when all this changed for us all, we were in Arizona headed to Nevada to visit Grandkids. Decided to forgo that idea as they closed Nellis AFB. Son in stationed there. Anyway we came home and I stayed home until June. I drove to the midwest then to Colorado, and ended up in Nevada.
I returned home end of July. September we left again to to Colorado, and you guessed it, ended up in Vegas again this September and returned home late October.
Point being, during my 9000+ miles, no mechanical issues. Another coach??
Getting a newer year model? Would it drive any nicer? More comfortable?
The lit 350 does a good job. Does't use oil, no leaks. I've invested in new shocks and tires. If I keep this one, strongly thinking about replacing the airbags. Seems like a good idea since they serve both leveling and ride duties.
I changed from flat towing a full size pickup to a jeep. Lost about 1500lbs. Jeeps more fun in Colorado
Now when I retire I will continue to travel to the same areas but the trips will extend in time and miles will be compiled more slowly.