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The Graham Eagle
Fri Mar 27, 2009 8:35 am


Does anyone on the board know Darrell and Barbara Graham from Alabama?....They have a beautiful 78 Eagle that has been stretched and widened and is currently for sale ....I am looking for some more info on the coach ...Thanks ! :D
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Re: The Graham Eagle
Fri Mar 27, 2009 8:47 am


I haven't met them,but the bus sounds interesting,please get photos if possible .By the way ,hows Gertrude doing,have you decided which interior you are going to leave in the coach? Have fun!
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Re: The Graham Eagle
Fri Mar 27, 2009 9:01 am


Eagle78550, do you know if that was Carmens x bus I know it was sold to a couple in Alabama.
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Re: The Graham Eagle
Fri Mar 27, 2009 9:05 am


Gertrude is good ....cranky as always ..LOL!!

Check out the Graham coach here .....

http://www.staleycoach.com/48856.htm
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Re: The Graham Eagle
Fri Mar 27, 2009 9:12 am


Is it just me or do those 22.5s look really small on that bus? it is a beautiful bus but the wheels/tires just look dwarfed beneath it. Are the tires too low profile or something?
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Re: The Graham Eagle
Fri Mar 27, 2009 9:29 am


Dale, that is the way a 05 looks when widen but it does have the extra wide on the front like the single dual, that is the look Wayne is trying to get away from with his wide singles on all tree axles.Why would they call a 102 in wide coach a 05/20 it should be 05/15 that is a nice coach
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Re: The Graham Eagle
Fri Mar 27, 2009 10:28 am


Thats a hell of a lot of coach for the price. You couldn't come close to duplicating it for that money. Looks good.
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Re: The Graham Eagle
Fri Mar 27, 2009 11:10 am


It is a good looking coach ...I need more info on it ...can anyone tell me more ? ...I sent an inquiry to Staley but no response as of yet ....Is this the Carmen coach that was mentioned earlier ?? .....Gertrude better get ready to have a bunkmate !! Ha !! LOL!!
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Re: The Graham Eagle
Fri Mar 27, 2009 3:38 pm


That is a lot of coach for the money. I have one of those motors in my 05 i have 60000 mile on it and drive it all day within a couple of hundred RPM's of the govoner. Doesnot use any oil and has pretty good power. Only draw back is they smoke on cold morning untill things get warmed up. I have my heater hooked up to the motor to warm it up and help the smoking. Looks like the front axle has some wieght on it with those big tires.

Nice coach Wayne
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