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FullTiming Advice on Coach Selection

I will be retiring and due to heath concearns and will most likely be in a wheel chair. The"Wide body"A/S started in what year/models? The "extra" width as compared to my 26' Argosy would be nice.Was a coach available in the wider width without the addition of the oak trim as I don't need the extra weight.? Also did Argosy make a large coach with the added width and wrap windows on each end (my dog likes that feature)? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance! JOEY
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