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Old 08-06-2013, 09:20 PM   #1
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2004 Inspire Inquiries


We are looking at two 2004 Inspires, both with three slides and Cummins 350 power. Tires, condition and equipment is a tossup, the difference between them is in the front layout.
I would have either one inspected by an independent tech and evaluated by a Cummins dealer. Are there any non-obvious or unique concerns with these coaches that I need to be aware of?

I appreciate the feedback,

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Old 08-06-2013, 10:02 PM   #2
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Side radiator is a plus. I think some Inspires had side and some back. We just came from CC factory last week in Junction City. A very nice and very busy operation. Call and ask them what they think of the two coaches. They have all the build information. If Ron Lee is in, the owner, he likely would be willing to talk to you. Or talk to Doug Beaudry the service manager (I think he is the service manager).

We are very happy with our coach. We have had it almost 4 years and it drives like a jewell. Took us a while to get the work done that the PO "forgot" to do. Our coach is 11 years old and is like a Ritz Carlton suite inside. It is a lovely capsule to travel North America in.
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