Join Date: May 2006
Location: South Carolina Lowcountry
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I am happy you got your deposit back. There are plenty of used units around to look at, why take a chance on a water damaged unit with what these things cost. We are also looking at upgrading to a newer unit. We currently have a travel trailer and it gets the job done so we are not in a big rush to buy another, just waiting on the right unit at the right price. Last week we went to the local dealer and they have a 2006 36 ft Coachmen with 2 slides, asking price 26000, a new 2008 identical model for 42000. The 2006 was bought by a family and used once, they traded up, everything looks pretty good, seems like a good deal after researching the prices online. Not sure about buying this one yet. When buying any RV we have had, we check it out very carefully for damages or problems, then if it feels right we buy. We are going to let this one sit, if it stays and the price gets better, possible purchase, if not winter is coming and the prices then drop. Lots of folks do not want to make payments during the off season and they get ready to unload, buying this way has worked pretty well.
2001 F250 7.3 4x4 Lariat Crew Cab