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Old 11-04-2012, 06:02 PM   #11
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Thank you everyone for your tips and advice. I will most certainly have a major once over done on it. My father n law realizes he has neglected it and just wants it gone. I want to be very fair with him even though it has become an eyesore to him. After reading here on thsis great website I realize it has descent value and after a professional inspection a determination will be made.
He can park that old eyesore in my driveway and forget about it. I'll even come down and pick it up!
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Old 11-04-2012, 07:12 PM   #12
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Hi Arlie and Welcome,

I hope you are enjoying the Newell Forums, You have just found and joined the most informative website pertaining to Newell Ownership on the web. If you have any questions/answers please feel free to post them or to send one of us moderators a private message. We are all here to help so don't be afraid to call on us! In addition to the forums Newell Classic offers, Classifieds for buying and selling Newells along with a Newell Gallery so that one can compare the different generations of Newell Motor Homes.


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Old 11-04-2012, 11:23 PM   #13
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I would take it to a Detroit Diesel dealer and have the engine checked with their computer. If OK, then I would check for alge in the tank, check the age of the batteries and tires, and if everything else works, then you should have a good coach if the price is reasonable.

Chester's comment is right on the money.
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