I ask too many questions...I know that. In my defense I mean no harm.
Yesterday I wrote about foreigners buying motor homes. When I saw this Austrian couple's motor home, all I could think was "oh my goodness are you taking that out on the road?" Paint worn, dented here and there, well used or used hard. I did not imagine that they planned on traveling in the motor home. I thought they were just going to live in it here in the southwest. The gentleman was thoroughly disgusted with me..."why would I buy a motor home and park it?" he said. I just stood mute...I didn't want to be rude. "Oh, I am so sorry...I am dumb as a bag of hammers!" I don't think he knew what I meant...not even a little.
We traveled with a couple that owned a coach about this vintage and it was a royal pain in the *%^&. Solenoids, connections, leaks, stuck under trees....you name it. It was diesel pusher just like the one pictured above. I actually offered to kiss a mechanic on the lips once when we could start our journey again because he fixed their RV.
Is this Monaco coach built by a company that declared bankruptcy last March a good choice? I don't know. All I know is that our RV resort does not allow old motor homes in...got to keep up appearances and all that you know. When I saw this, it surprised me a bit. I am wishing them luck!
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