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Old 11-28-2021, 01:31 PM   #1
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If you had to....

Here is a theoretical question.....If you had to replace your CC what would you replace it with.

Please don't say "another Country Coach" Let's assume for this there are none.

Myself, I think I would lean towards An Entegra coach.

If I won the lotto then a Newell.
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Old 11-28-2021, 01:46 PM   #2
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Foretravel, Newmar, Newell, Marathon (Prevost conversion). Then Entegra Cornerstone, or Tiffin Allegro Bus.

My thoughts.

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Well since I have to pick how about the EleMMent Palazzo Superior

https://www.marchi-mobile.com/palazzo-superior/


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Old 11-28-2021, 02:49 PM   #4
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While I LOVE our Magna Theoretically IF I had to replace our coach in the USA I would be looking at Newmar products or a quality non gaudy Prevost conversion.

Service and parts definitely less of an issue with those....especially the Newmar.

IF international I'd be looking at Kamaz 6x6 conversions.

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Old 11-28-2021, 02:53 PM   #5
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Foretravel near 2010 if I had the money. If not, early 2000s Monaco Signature or Executive.
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For me it would be a Prevost conversion or a Newell
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Old 11-28-2021, 09:30 PM   #8
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X2 on either a Prevost conversion or a Newell, possibly a Foretravel if I could find a decent floor plan. All I hear and read about the others is they are only producing junk out of their factories right now.
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Newell, Foretravel, older monaco
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For me it would be a Prevost conversion or a Newell

I would have to do the same thing. I would just be to sidetracked with the shortcuts and construction failures with other brands.Short of a total disaster my rig will be on the road until I break down.
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Toss me in with a very selective shopping for Prevost based... And if we were ready to downsize a bit, I'd research a Foretravel IH37... (Though, most Foretravel's always seem to have very small galleys!)

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I would buy a 40ft riveted Prevost conversion with Detroit 60. I would completely gut it and attach a slide on the drivers side. It would look like a yacht inside and somebody in Oregon would do the work.
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I would buy a 40ft riveted Prevost conversion with Detroit 60. I would completely gut it and attach a slide on the drivers side. It would look like a yacht inside and somebody in Oregon would do the work.
How much would that cost? Hope not an arm and a leg.
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How much would that cost? Hope not an arm and a leg.
Probably, but I'm happy with what I have at the moment.
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