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    • Some of those upgrades make me nervous. It feels like this unit may have had severe damage. To the best of my knowledge it is very rare to replace the windshield and front windows. Add to that roof work and full body paint outside plus new paint inside and I wonder what they are trying to hide. The answer may be they are hiding nothing but most people would not spend that much money on a rig this age. I would proceed slowly and thoroughly when it comes to inspecting this rig. Linda Sand
    • Soon to be purchasing our very first Class A RV. We've searched endlessly and found one that we like inside and out, but thinking it might be way overpriced. Are we making a mistake? Can someone with more experience give us their expert advice, please? We found NEWER models in the same price range. Perhaps, a 1998 model is too old and we should really be looking for something newer? Thoughts? 1998 NewMar Mountain Aire DESCRIPTION:
      Totally redone inside and out!
      1 Slide-Out, 38ft. in length.
      F53 Chassis, 400 Onan 6500 Gen. set 50 amp Emerald plus Generator. Transmission and Generator both have been serviced this year. Back up camera, New AC units with heat strips. New black Awnings all around. Roof resealed. All new exterior LED lights. Tires 2 years old. Self leveling system, new shocks, new windshield and both front windows. 2 flat screen tvs and DVD player. New carpet, countertops, full size sleeper sofa, banquet, light fixtures all hardware. Ceramic tile backsplash in kitchen and Bath, new faucets. Under mount sink in kitchen. Ceramic tile floor in bath. Temperpedic Queen mattress. New paint inside. 
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    • The best way to get the real CCC is to load up with fluids and people then drive to a CAT scale. CAT scales certify their accuracy. Then once loaded go get a 4-wheel weigh so you know which parts of your load need to shift from one corner to another. You rig will drive so nicely once you adjust everything. Linda Sand
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