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Attention Class A Owners.

Unread postby JBandMJ on Sun Apr 13, 2008 8:24 am

Jump on in and lets get the ball rolling. :)

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Re: Attention Class A Owners.

Unread postby Limey on Sun Apr 13, 2008 10:51 pm

JBandMJ wrote:Jump on in and lets get the ball rolling. :)

Jim & Marilyn


Welcome aboard, Jim and Marilyn!
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Re: Attention Class A Owners.

Unread postby JBandMJ on Tue Apr 15, 2008 8:48 am

Thanks for the welcome :D
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Re: Attention Class A Owners.

Unread postby Trawler on Sat Apr 19, 2008 7:42 pm

I have heard that Alfa, Alpine, National R.V., and Travel Supreme are no longer in business. May some of those owners will roll some.
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Re: Attention Class A Owners.

Unread postby BillnJolene on Sun Jun 08, 2008 7:46 pm

Been around forums for many many years, lets get this one off to a good start.

Too bad about National and Travel Supreme and Western RV (Alpine), I think it was overdue on Alfa. The others were all well built. Sorry Alfa owners, they had some great ideas but shot themself in the foot with the floor AC. at least in the south where it gets hot outside.

National had a pretty good product, but management had some issues. Imploded.

Trav Supreme, quite a nice coach but essentially priced themselves out of business in the current market.

Western RV, Alpine, Alpenlite. Great coach in the 5ers andd Slide-ins, well built, well thought pout, great owners manuals with real information. The A's I have seen were pretty nice, but seemed to have out stepped their capabilities. Current economy, knocked them for a loop. I think they may end up coming back in time.

Who might be next? Lots of folks are looking at Country Coach, they were part of National until last year. Founders got back in the picture, they make a fantastic coach, great ideas, well executesd, but entry coach at about 300k, who knows.

The big guys like Winnebago, Fleetwood, Thor etc, are funded with fairly deep pockets. They can slow down production a bit, wait it out.

We shall see.
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Re: Attention Class A Owners.

Unread postby Abbenbroek on Mon Jun 09, 2008 3:40 pm

Any word on Triple E ?
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Re: Attention Class A Owners.

Unread postby chevman on Fri Jun 27, 2008 12:03 am

Some thing Tiffin has slowed production and some don't think it is true????
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