Bought an older Damon in September of 2010 but it was well maintained and babied and the price could not be beat. We were camping in tents looked at a lot of different types, class c's, fifth wheels, pop-ups, etc, but the Class A works fine for our family of four. We are enjoying the RVing and while we haven't taken any really long trips yet, we are quite pleased with the motorhome's quality for the most part. Lots of minor stuff, drawers and little things like that but nothing major broken yet. Added new coach batteries, back up camera, stereo, tires (whew, those were pricey) and just coated the rubber roof with the roof kit fom Dicor. Would love to hear if anyone else has a similar type of coach and the experience they are having. All in all it's been a great experience for the whole family.
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Hi folks! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad that you joined us! Congrats on the new rig! You might want to visit the Manufacturer's area of the forum and look at the "Damon" section. Good luck & God bless!
Joe & Annette
Sometimes I sits and thinks, sometimes I just sits.....
2002 Monaco Windsor 40PBT, 2013 Honda CRV AWD
High Folks! I also have a 1999 Damon Challenger 330 on a F53 chas . I also like mine as you do, also put new tires & firestone 5000 air bag lift springs on the back. They help a lot . Enjoy and be safe ..