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Old 08-22-2007, 05:10 PM   #1
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Dynamax makes several beautiful Class C's if you want to include them in your list. Plus, Fleetwood has standard versions of the Jamboree & Tioga as well as Sport & Ranger versions of the same.

I'm sure there are more manufacturers, I just can't think of them off the top of my head right now. Maybe others will add to your list.

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Here are a few more:

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Just bought a Jayco Class C motorhome. We also were looking at Winnebago motorhomes. We had a VERY difficult time choosing. We had looked at other brands like Forest River, GulfStream, and Coachmen, BUT none of them could hold a candle to Jayco and Winnebago. Luckily our local RV Dealership carried both Winnebago and Jayco. Price was the main reason we settled in on Jayco. NOW we just need some nice weather to get to use it.
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Just bought a Jayco Class C motorhome. We also were looking at Winnebago motorhomes. We had a VERY difficult time choosing. We had looked at other brands like Forest River, GulfStream, and Coachmen, BUT none of them could hold a candle to Jayco and Winnebago. Luckily our local RV Dealership carried both Winnebago and Jayco. Price was the main reason we settled in on Jayco. NOW we just need some nice weather to get to use it.
FYI, I have a 2010 Jayco Greyhawk that just received a recall on the transfer switch. If you have a 2010 or 2011 yours may be involved also. Check it out and enjoy your travels.
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Big Foot does not make motor homes anymore.
But there is still another Canadian manufacturer: Triple E Recreational Vehicles - Experience the Difference
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I'm confused. Jayco still lists 2012 motorhomes on their website and they are on dealer lots. Seems that they are still making and selling?
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You could throw in Holiday Rambler Monaco
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I really like Triple E, unfortunately they discontinued the cab over bunk this year, I wrote the owner and he said he couldn't compete because of what they put into them. So they just technically offer a B+. Too bad, I wanted one.
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I really like Triple E, unfortunately they discontinued the cab over bunk this year, I wrote the owner and he said he couldn't compete because of what they put into them. So they just technically offer a B+. Too bad, I wanted one.
Triple E is that a brand name.
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I know they are B+, but in my book they are all Class "C"
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Wink www.NexusRV.com

If it is a high quality Class C you seek take a look at the lineup from Nexus RV. They sell factory direct only, no dealers, at very competitive prices. They feature solid one piece fiberglass roof and end caps, heated tanks, quality innerspring mattresses, electric awning, incredible cabinetry, top of the line appliances to name just a few of their many high end features. The fit and finish of their line needs to be seen to be truly appreciated.

We looked at dozens of C's, many referenced above and none of them came close to the quality of our Nexus Phantom 23P. It has the Ford E-350 Chassis with the 6.8L V-10 married to the 5 speed (full Tow/haul mode), transmission and came with a 55 gallon fuel tank.



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Yes the Nexus is well-built I purchased one it's almost done being built I will pick mine up in June I ordered the 28 phantom
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