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1992 C Coachmen
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Just inherited the Leprechaun. Needed Some love. My question - is a 1992 old enough to be VINTAGE.?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin F Smith Nov 8.


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"At 25 years old, a vehicle is considered "classic." So...yep! Kev"
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1992 C Coachmen

Just inherited the Leprechaun. Needed Some love. My question - is a 1992 old enough to be VINTAGE.?See More
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"Thank you for the heads up. We have a 72/73 Dodge Concord Class A. We read your post and since we are going to attend The Vintage RV get together in Ohio this July thought we might check out our timing chain and gear.  So glad we did,…"
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1973 DODGE CONCORD CLASS A also a 1992 C Coachmen Leprechaun
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Tucson, Arizona
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Camping since my childhood. Tent,trailer,RV,Camper,and now a Coachmen Leprechaun Class C. We use each vehicle through out the year as determined by our destination. We travel and camp coast to coast.
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New to the group 1972 Concord with 318 Dodge, Love it

Just wondering if anyone has one or had one? We use it several times a year to tow a 20' Bayliner to one of the many lakes in Arizona. Enjoy the A/C when not fishing or towing kids and grandkids. We have made many upgrades and changes to meet our needs.

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