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dennylm
post Sep 29 2006, 03:42 PM
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I just found and joined this site the other day and have enjoyed the forum immensely! What a GREAT way to learn the ropes!

My wife and I have an old 1993 Class C we've enjoyed learning with and are now considering purchasing a Class A. I THINK we want gas vs. diesel (opinions?), 36 to 38 foot length (opinions?) and want to keep it under $150k. We won't be full-timing, but will both be retired and plan to use it a lot.

I've been sort of eyeballing a Magellan by Four Winds (Thor).

I know this is like asking everyone who the best baseball team is biggrin.gif ! Any strong opinions/reasons?

Thanks ahead of time and safe RVing!

Denny
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post Sep 29 2006, 03:57 PM
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I just found and joined this site the other day and have enjoyed the forum immensely! What a GREAT way to learn the ropes!

My wife and I have an old 1993 Class C we've enjoyed learning with and are now considering purchasing a Class A. I THINK we want gas vs. diesel (opinions?), 36 to 38 foot length (opinions?) and want to keep it under $150k. We won't be full-timing, but will both be retired and plan to use it a lot.

I've been sort of eyeballing a Magellan by Four Winds (Thor).

I know this is like asking everyone who the best baseball team is biggrin.gif ! Any strong opinions/reasons?

Thanks ahead of time and safe RVing!

Denny


yes, newmar our team. sorry my typing off as surgery on right hand. we really like our newmar class a gas 38'. we have mountain aire and dutch star nice too. 38' biggest i would go...gas. you can get a resale newmar for that price...not sure of new prices. friends bought a 2007 gas winnebago adventurer recently...price? and they love floorplan on 38T but think that floorplan love hate thing which might be why price/availability good.

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post Sep 29 2006, 06:55 PM
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Thanks jmo! I'll give Newmar a look-see. I had looked at Winnebago but the Suncruiser that caught my attention went for around $173k, gas.

Again, thanks for the help jmo!

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QUOTE(dennylm @ Sep 29 2006, 05:42 PM) *

I just found and joined this site the other day and have enjoyed the forum immensely! What a GREAT way to learn the ropes!

My wife and I have an old 1993 Class C we've enjoyed learning with and are now considering purchasing a Class A. I THINK we want gas vs. diesel (opinions?), 36 to 38 foot length (opinions?) and want to keep it under $150k. We won't be full-timing, but will both be retired and plan to use it a lot.

I've been sort of eyeballing a Magellan by Four Winds (Thor).

I know this is like asking everyone who the best baseball team is biggrin.gif ! Any strong opinions/reasons?

Thanks ahead of time and safe RVing!

Denny

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Go to PPLMOTORHOMES.COM and look at what they have to offer. A lot of good deals.

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