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2006 Country Coach Magna 630 Rembrandt for sale. Approx. 55,000 miles

 

525 HP Cat C13 engine, Allison 4000 transmission.

 

2006 Magna pictures We have hundreds of pictures on our One Drive site.

 

This is a fantastic coach in excellent shape. We have been living full time in this coach since 2013. We will be leaving the road after a trip to Colorado this summer. Both non-smokers with a small well behaved dog.

 

This high end coach originally sold for over $641,000 in 2006. It does have all recalls done according to Country Coach Corp. We recently replaced both driver’s side slide toppers. Alliance Coach in Wildwood, Florida did all the work. We have custom wheel covers on all 4. These allow air circulation to the tires while providing UV protection. Also have a custom windshield and front window covers.

 

The in-motion Trac Star satellite system is set up for Dish Network. The two receivers will be returned to Dish so you will need your own receivers. Has in in dash navigation system and Sirius/XM Radio.

 

Interior carpet in excellent shape and recently professionally cleaned. New Thermapedic Memory Foam king size mattress.

 

Per NADA wholesale price list this coach is valued at $217,000. Low retail is over $250,000.

 

Priced right at $209,900 OBO. (Seller reserves the right to reject any and all bids less than asking price).

 

Please see our Lot in Silver Springs, Florida for sale here.

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Great coach. 135 photos and I looked at every single one of them! :) Nice to see photos of the slides pulled in showing that the coach is fully liveable that way. We had a coach pull in so close to us at a casino last month that we had difficulty getting the dogs out for their morning potty break. The driver of the RV apologized to the DW... saying that they couldn't get to the bedroom without putting the slides out!!!

 

Hate to see you guys sell but life's an adventure. What a gorgeous motor home! I suspect we'll keep hearing from you 'til your summer trip is over (unless you sell sooner, I guess). Hate to lose you from the forum...

 

WDR

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Thanks, we have taken a lot of pictures. Yes, when we are traveling, we can't put the slides out while stopped for lunch for example. Plus if we stop for the night and can't put the slides out for some reason we can still sleep in the bed. The only things we can't get into with the slides in are the pantry and the dresser drawers. The closet is difficult although we can get stuff.

 

There are a couple of pictures in our lot pictures that show the wheel covers and windshield covers if anyone is interested. These were custom covers that allow air flow, but have UV protection.

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I knew you were making this transition from other boards and posts. It's a nice coach, great layout a with a super mechanical package.

 

Wish the timing had been better, as even though we were looking a non slide kitchen with the non slide and kitchen on the passenger side - I'd have take a real close look at this unit!!

 

Suggest you validate the length (Assume 45', but it could be the 42?). If you would add some of the capacities (Grey/Black/Water/Fuel) too, it would provide more information for potential buyers.

 

Best of luck on your next life transition!!!

 

Best,

Smitty

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Yes, 45 foot. 150 gallon fuel tank. Fresh water (according to tag on mirror) 112 gallons, black and gray tanks both 69 gallons. I travel with a full fresh tank and empty gray/black to start. Makes no difference on this coach! Generator is a 12.5 KW Onan. This is one of the largest available on any coach. One of the pictures in my attached link shows many capacities and weights. Take a look.

 

This coach does not even know the Jeep Liberty toad is behind it. Makes no difference to the coach. If it were not legally required, the coach would not have needed an au. brake at all. Made no difference to the coach. With the 3 level Jake, almost never need to touch brakes even going down the steepest hills. Just amazing, and I used to drive 18 wheelers so I know about the holding power. The pictures I linked shown the weight ratings of this coach. With the tag, it drives like a dream!

 

This coach is truly a high end coach!

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Bill,

 

I average 6.5 mpg whether the Jeep is being towed or not. I generally set the cruise to 62 or 63 mph. Not really in a hurry and the mileage is better at that highway speed. It drops to 5 mpg or so at 75 (I have an instantaneous measurement on the computer). The coach does not care. I have heard of many smaller, lighter coaches that do not get much better. With the jake brake in the 3rd position, I almost do not need to touch the brakes while going down steep roads.

 

Going up a steep grade, it may drop to 50 mph or so, but not much lower. However, the torque does jump to 1650 up the steep grades.

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Unless sold prior to then, in mid April we will be traveling to Crawford, Co. until Labor Day. We will be camp hosts in Crawford SP. We will be stopping in Memphis, then continuing through Ok. to Co. Stop by and say hi.

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I have decided that if the coach is sold I will offer the 2012 Jeep Liberty with less than 40K miles, set up with a complete Roadmaster tow setup including the Brakemaster proportional Aux. brake, to be towed behind this coach for an additional $10,000. That's $220,000 for both the coach and the Jeep to tow behind it.

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The pictures you saw were taken when we were looking at the coach in Buffalo, NY. There is some surface rust toward the bottoms of some frame members, but not all members, and not 100% coverage. The Dynomax chassis was built by CC as well and it was built and coated well. It does not appear to have been driven in snowy conditions much at all. We have not driven it in those conditions at all. We left NY and moved to Florida before the snow flew.

 

I would invite anyone to come and take a look to see how little rust there really is on this coach.

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We do have a possible buyer for this fine coach. This couple hired RV Inspection Connection to inspect our coach. The cost for the Premier Inspection was $1249. The total inspection took 8 1/2 hours total. I was wiped out by the end.

 

Now the buyer states they have found another coach they like as well and have paid for that coach to be inspected. That will happen after Memorial Day. So we are now on pins and needles wondering what will happen.

 

Our inspection found a half dozen of minors problems, with very low repair costs. This was after inspecting the entire coach VERY thoroughly. Please everyone wish us luck with finalizing the sale.

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I have been told he will sell it for half the price he paid. Since he paid $1249 I suppose $600 would get it, but that would be between the original perspective buyer and the new perspective buyer.

 

Like I said this was a very long, invasive and complete inspection that took 8.5 hours to complete. The final report was 80 pages I have been told. I will not subject my wife and I to another inspection of this type so my advice to perspective buyers would be to contact him to purchase the report.

 

He is providing me with a list of 6 minor problems that should be corrected right away. I will check this list and consider these fixes prior to a sale. When the inspector was here he stated these were minor problems that any coach of this age range would see.

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Wow!! 8 1/2 hours. Did that include engine & tranny? And how would he have been able to do that on site? That really seems extreme to me. So your prospective buyer paid the $1249, and then decided to walk away because of a few minor things? That's disappointing.

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He said he found a less expensive coach with a better floor plan for his wife. Since my Magna is the lowest priced CC I have found advertised for this age and model, I have to assume he went with a different brand. This was going to be his first coach so I guess they decided to spend less. It really shocked us because he kept saying he loved the color and he was very serious because he spent that amount of money for the inspection.

 

Yes he did both Engine and Transmission oil samples. They were sent out and took about a week to get the results. He tells me the report is 80 pages. I am still awaiting the hand written list he will be sending showing the problems. One marker light out, a seal on front tire leaking (still plenty of oil in the sight glass), the propane sensor not working, an out of date CO detector, etc. He says there were 6 items that should be resolved right away and a few others that should be taken care of over time. Again, a 10 year old coach will have some of these problems.

 

Once I get the list I will see about taking care of the few immediate items, all of which will be fairly low cost repairs.

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You might consider negotiating a price for that report. It is of no value to him as, unless you tell other purchasers of it's existence, he has no way of knowing who to offer it to. On the other hand, to you it is a great selling tool.

 

Tell him you will give him a couple hundred for it to "satisfy your curiosity". After all - something is better than nothing.

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