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I have a 1991 Breakaway 30ft. What are the differences between that and a Regency? The engine and trans are lighter duty versions, e.g., I have the 160hp cummins with a AT542 allison. Are there interior trim differences too? What is the difference in value between the two (resale). My model doesn't appear in the NADA book (I don't have access to the Kelly Blue book). The NADA book says 'for other models, check with manufacturer'.

Any information would be appreciated.

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I have 92 Breakaway. I see no-one else has responded, so I can try to give you some of the info you requested. I checked NADA book on mine last month...retail $46,500, W/S $35,000 best I remember. Breakaways were produced at least 91, 92 and 93 (maybe longer) as a lower-cost lower profile (10' 6") non-basement model. All of those I know of are on Spartan EC2000 type chassis, and are rear diesels w/o air suspension but with air brakes. Hope this helps.
 
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