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Old 11-27-2013, 08:58 PM   #21
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Nov 27, 2013

I will be taking the best offers on my Newell's: 1996 non slide and 2004 4 slides. Your offer will be subject to inspection and acceptance. You make an offer and if I accept you can come then to inspect and purchase. If it meets your expectation then the deal will be finalized. No deposit will be required. Which ever coach I receive the best offer I will sell and keep the other. Both coaches are located in Jefferson City, TN 37760.

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Old 11-28-2013, 03:16 AM   #22
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Dave,The entertainer coach is very different,it has a longer wheelbase,3 inch taller interior a lower gross weight front axle.Prevost builds their own slides and they also have their own leveling system called level low.I am not saying that there have not been some Valid slides used but Prevost does not sell them,all of the Prevost slides are engineered by the factory.Most entertainer coaches have a single front slide,I have not seen a single slide motor coach since the 2005 model year.There are a variety of converters,some convert political buses,medical buses,audio-video production facilities,and our stupid president has one converted by Hemphill Brothers.The real motor coach converters are Liberty,Millennium,Featherlite(Amadas) Marathon,and Outlaw,Then there were about 4 that went under after 2007,Legendary,Country Coach,parliament and Royale.If you total the number of coaches that the 5 converters are converting will total this year less than 50.We could discuss systems and if you look at the major converters you will find very complex and durable systems,I prefer Cruise Airs to roof airs,Webasto to Aqua Hot,OTR or as some call it bus air,inverters that will supply enough current to run 2 AC units,Head Hunter pumps and toilet.We all have opinions on values but we cannot change the market place,I have followed the Prevost market for about 10 years and I can say that the orphan coaches got cheap and the major converters have maintained a predictable deprecation.I think that the reduction in values is too much compared to the price of a new one.
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Old 11-28-2013, 08:35 PM   #23
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I've traveled in this coach, would like to make it mine,,,,and I've owned a 96, done many trips in 07 Newell, 96 Newell, 03 Travel Supreme, and a 98 Newell. This coach is a wonderful floor plan and great shape!
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Old 12-01-2013, 02:20 AM   #25
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Mike,
Thanks, I sent pictures and info. Have a great day!
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Old 12-01-2013, 05:41 PM   #26
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Thanks, I sent pictures and info. Have a great day!
thanks still looking at all of them
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Old 07-02-2018, 02:55 AM   #27
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This thread is pretty old, just curious about current values for a late 90's two slide 1 1/2 bath Newells. I looked at a 1999 model this weekend that was advertised for $129K, it needed work.
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