- We will be in the market for a motorhome in a few months. have been
looking around. Today we saw a 1975 Coach leprechaun, 350 chevy,
looks real clean in and outside. They are asking $6,500. Current
inspection sticker. The inside does not look original, but it is real
clean. I am not sure about this price. We are also looking at
something between 1985, up to 1990. We want a class C. My son in law
bought a 1971 Dodge Champion, but has not done any work on it. needs
interior work, and some engine work, it runs. He paid $1000.00. wants
to sell it to me, but I don't have a place to work on it. We can not
park itin the drive way while we work on it. Have learned alot from
reading. what can I expect to pay for a decent 1985-1988 class c?
- Happy New Year to all in the group, and welcome to Meta!
What kind of rig do you have?
On Sun, Jan 6, 2013 at 5:11 AM, Wncol2004 <wncol2004@...> wrote:
> Big tip, for full time living, RVs of any kind usually do not fair well or
> remain comfortable in extreme temperatures. Extreme is anything below say
> 35 or above 90.
> If you can, migrate like the birds do. Follow the favorable temperatures.
> Also, maintain anything that needs it. Do not ignore it or the problems
> will pile up and become overwhelming. If you plan on doing your own
> repairs. Get to know the systems intimately. Look over any system while it
> is working properly then when it fails, you may more easily locate the
> issue. Not only that but it will help reduce those fears a bit.
> 1995 Ford F-350 Centurion 7.3 power stroke diesel dually (Sam).
> 1953 Airstream Cruiser Travel trailer (The Runaway Sue)
> Western KY
> Sent from my iPad 2.
> On Jan 5, 2013, at 8:13 PM, "HMM" aponic@...> wrote:
> > Introducing myself: That's what I am - a newbie. I'm trying to teach
> > new tricks, so I moved into my RV not long ago. And I now know enough
> > owning an RV to know that I don't know all that much. It's petrifying!! I
> > would be grateful for any guidance.
> > Warm to each of you. I am happy to have found your company.
> > Meta
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