Planning class A purchase as a "sorta newbie"

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robwill

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Hello all.
The misses and I hope to get back to the RV experience in < 1 year with the purchase of a class A.  We had a small Coachmen C back in the 90s, but after a long absence, we need to get reeducated to the RV life.
 

WILDEBILL308

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robwillemail said:
Hello all.
The misses and I hope to get back to the RV experience in < 1 year with the purchase of a class A.  We had a small Coachmen C back in the 90s, but after a long absence, we need to get reeducated to the RV life.
Welcome to the forum. Congratulations what are you looking at? New or used? I would look for a quality used unit. Where are you?
Bill
 

jackiemac

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Hi and welcome to the forum.  I'm sure it will be like riding a bike and you will remember things as soon as you get back to it.

Check out the Library and Resources sections from the links above where you will find information on buying and checking an RV.  This is pretty useful to ensure you don't get one that has damage.

Good luck with your search.  Let us know how you get on.
 

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