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2007 Monaco Diplomat 38PDQ

2007 Monaco Diplomat 38PDQ


Brunswick, Georgia

Year 2007

Make Monaco Diplomat

Model 38PDQ

Category Class A

Length 38

Posted 6 Days Ago

The seller has maintained since his purchase about a year and a half ago. The dealer replaced all 6 tires with Firestone FS561 18 ply tires very highly rated by motorhome owners. Seller reports original systems working as designed. update 10/30/2021 The coach is in the shop having the 3M film removed, the roof recoated and the dash A/C repaired. Stock #248938 Low Mileage 2007 Monaco Diplomat 38PDQ 400HP Class A Diesel Pusher Monaco Class A coaches are some of the best in luxury, performance, safety, technology, and comfort. With a Monaco Coach, it's about all the little things adding up to a whole. The driver enjoys adjustable brake and accelerator pedals and a luxurious captain's chair upholstered in rich Ultraleather. The passenger seat is the same, and both see the scenery through the Panaview one-piece windshield. No rubber seam in the middle! The Roadmaster RR8R Raised Rail Chassis has a steel firewall and steel cage cockpit for added protection there. Eight airbags work with the eight shock absorbers to provide a smooth, controlled ride, and leveling sensors continuously adjust air pressure to keep a level ride and stop nosediving, weight transfer, and floating on curved roads. The ride is stable, even on uneven roads. The power and 1200 lbs. ft torque of the big Cummins ISL 400 is handled by the Allison 3000 MH 6-Speed world transmission and electronic shifter. The three-point mount system for the engine lowers the center of gravity and makes engine service easier. Moving to the inside, this Monaco has used Solid Surface countertops, Ceramic Tile in the Living Room, Kitchen, and Bath, along with Raised Panel Hardwood Cabinet Doors. In short, a Monaco Coach defines luxury .... even by today's standards. Come see this one, and you will be impressed! Reason for selling is not using like they thought they would.