Don Dare, a reporter with WATE television in Knoxville, Tennessee, interviews one RVer who learned his 2007 Pleasure Way motorhome was built on a 2006 Ford F-350 chassis.
Retired auto worker John Nolan said the dealer didn’t tell him the truck part of the motorhome is a 2006. “I thought I was buying a 2007, F-350,” Nolan said.
“The unit was sold as a Pleasure Motor home and is titled as a 2007 Pleasure-Way. The chassis portion, or raw van, that pleasure way built the coach on was a 2006 Ford chassis. This is usual and customary in the manufacturing of recreational vehicles,” Nolan read from the letter from the RV dealership.
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Photo: RVer John Nolan. Source WATE.com