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New to Newell Coaches and need advice

Hi all. 
I am quite new to the whole concept/world of Newell and am absolutely obsessed!!!
In the past we my wife and I have owned TT, class C and a 45’ toy hauler 5th wheel.  I am mechanically inclined and enjoy maintenance projects. 

My wife is in a wheelchair and we want to go full time or most time for a couple years and really travel around Canada and USA. We have a bit of wanderlust!  
Our focus has been on newmar 4311(wheelchair lift model) but recently I have stumbled on a Newell that has a lift built in.  
This layout of this Newell is actually quite similar to the Newmar. 

The unit is #1241.  A 2008 mid entry. 
It has 145,000 miles on it. 
From the pictures it looks in great shape. 

Is there anything specific I should be asking about from the maintenance side on this unit? 
Does anyone on here know any of the backstory on this unit? 
What about the value? 

I appreciate any feedback!  

Read through these threads about what to consider about buying a used Newell in the forum here. There is a lot of good information there.

Hank & Natalie Bensley
2001 Double Slide #586. 
2021 Cherokee Trailhawk Toad
We've been RV owners since 2002.
Port Orange, FL until I retire in a few years! Then we will travel full time for "a while" Smile

Welcome to the Gurus ! You will find some really great folks who maintain their own Newells on this forum. Enjoy your future travels.

Guy & Sue
1984 Classic 40' #59

Motorhomes of Texas will repair anything you find as long as you do not take the Newell off of the property. I would plan an extended stay there, at least a month to repair everything you discover. We only had 3 weeks which was not enough. Live in it and pretend you are in a nice resort.

2014 Newell Coach 1482 Mid Entry 45'8" Valid Slides and Valid Levelling

Check your Private Messages.

Michael Day
1992 Newell 43.5' #281

Thanks for the info Fulltiming!!  I appreciate the info  
Are there any specific areas of concern that I should inspect closely?  

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