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#1 dazzreds



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Posted 18 August 2013 - 03:31 PM

Here I go again, Sahara Safari out, .....now another one on our radar...class A:


2003 Fleetwood Pace Arrow...gas engine 22000 miles looks to be in good shape going to look at tomorrow. What is your input on this make and model??


Also know Fleetwood makes many motor homes. Where does the Pace Arrow-fit in..

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#2 AndyShane


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Posted 19 August 2013 - 06:06 AM

A dentist buddy raves about his old Pace Arrow, I had a good experience with my diesel Excursion, a 2005 model.


There is a oft-repeated rule of thumb: infrequent drivers pick gas, frequent drivers should opt for diesel.


Check the NADA RV listings for model hierarchy, prices.  Among the Pace Arrows, there are many different models and some variation in values.  In this market, you should be able to get a pristine rig at the listed wholesale price.  One in need of tires or batteries, or a rig that is not in showroom condition should sell for less.

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