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BigRabbitMan
Posted 2018-07-23 1:15 PM (#5674)
Subject: FMC 430 in Carmel, CA for sale



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Location: Cottage Grove, OR
I just got a phone call from Al Mohr who is the owner of this coach. He advised me that he is now getting serious about selling his coach. He purchased it a number of years ago from the estate of a person that put a lot of money into cleaning up and polishing the coach. Al has enjoyed owning it, but is beyond the point of being able to use it. Starts and runs perfectly. It has a beautiful interior and the mechanicals are in first rate condition. The pictures tell the story of how well it has been restored. A number of years ago, I happened to go by RVS and saw this coach receiving a fresh engine rebuild. The interior was done by other parties.

Here is link to photos of the coach: https://www.montereymohrimports.com/vehicleimageall.aspx?cmb=0|79926...

Contact AL Mohr for further information or to discuss the coach. Phone 831-905-3909 or 831-659-5153
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LCAC_Man
Posted 2018-07-24 7:55 AM (#5676 - in reply to #5674)
Subject: Re: FMC 430 in Carmel, CA for sale


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Location: Oceanside, CA
At that price someone could have a Duramax powered rig in their driveway..
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BigRabbitMan
Posted 2018-07-24 8:17 AM (#5677 - in reply to #5676)
Subject: Re: FMC 430 in Carmel, CA for sale



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Location: Cottage Grove, OR
LCAC_Man - 2018-07-24 5:55 AM At that price someone could have a Duramax powered rig in their driveway..

Did you call him for a price? He never mentioned a price to me. It was at a high price a couple of years ago, but I think that by his comment that he is now serious about selling it that the price is very negotiable. For some people, the fit and finish of the coach is much more important than the powerplant. You and I enjoy our Duramax coaches, but that is not for everyone.
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LCAC_Man
Posted 2018-07-24 9:46 AM (#5678 - in reply to #5677)
Subject: Re: FMC 430 in Carmel, CA for sale


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Location: Oceanside, CA
It's on the dealer's website, $29500
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dkarnath
Posted 2018-07-24 10:55 AM (#5680 - in reply to #5678)
Subject: Re: FMC 430 in Carmel, CA for sale



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Location: Medford, OR
I'm curious as to why flip the generator around? Is it to check the oil easier?? That would be the only benefit I can see at the moment.... Or did some of the early coaches just come from the factory that way?
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5Dollar
Posted 2018-07-24 11:17 AM (#5681 - in reply to #5680)
Subject: Re: FMC 430 in Carmel, CA for sale


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Location: Bethune, SC
So you can keep the gas hot.

Just kidding.

Henry
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LCAC_Man
Posted 2018-07-24 11:24 AM (#5682 - in reply to #5681)
Subject: Re: FMC 430 in Carmel, CA for sale


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Location: Oceanside, CA
that hot gas is worth at least +20hp and 5mpg

Edited by LCAC_Man 2018-07-24 11:24 AM
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BigRabbitMan
Posted 2018-07-24 1:26 PM (#5683 - in reply to #5678)
Subject: Re: FMC 430 in Carmel, CA for sale



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Location: Cottage Grove, OR
LCAC_Man - 2018-07-24 7:46 AM It's on the dealer's website, $29500


That is the old price from a couple of years ago. Verbally he was lower than that two years ago so it was his starting point back then.

You can go lower but you can’t go up!
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dkarnath
Posted 2018-07-24 1:35 PM (#5684 - in reply to #5682)
Subject: Re: FMC 430 in Carmel, CA for sale



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Location: Medford, OR
Isn't it more like 100+hp and a 7mpg increase over the old 440 when you have a fuel heater??
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