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Old 01-31-2014, 04:04 PM   #1
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I really like this coach. I have been looking for a 2002-2004 with the work horse setup. Do you think it's possible to find one with low miles or avg miles in great shape for 30K? The prices I have been seeing are all over the place from 40's to 80's.
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$30K would be a real stretch especially if it's in good condition with low miles. I know I would not even entertain that price on ours. We have 36K miles on ours and it looks close to what it was when it was new. They are quality coaches. Good luck and keep shopping. You never know, you may get lucky if someone needs to get out from under there coach. If you found one in the 40's you might just want to contact those people.
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$30K would be a real stretch especially if it's in good condition with low miles. I know I would not even entertain that price on ours. We have 36K miles on ours and it looks close to what it was when it was new. They are quality coaches. Good luck and keep shopping. You never know, you may get lucky if someone needs to get out from under there coach. If you found one in the 40's you might just want to contact those people.
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Yours is a 2004 so I would expect that to go for more. How about a 02 in the 30's? BTW if your was on the market what would be a fair price?
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I should have mentioned gas and not diesel.
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Welcome to the forum.
Here are some gas MA's lowest I see are in 30000 range but most are higher.
Here are some video's of MA's.
If you find an old couple needing to get it off their hands you maybe in luck, good luck in your quest.
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I really like this coach. I have been looking for a 2002-2004 with the work horse setup. Do you think it's possible to find one with low miles or avg miles in great shape for 30K? The prices I have been seeing are all over the place from 40's to 80's.
The longer the list of accessories the more the coach is worth. That takes some comparison. I am like Steve N Sal. Mine is 2004 low miles.
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Thanks for the replys. If any of you decide to sell please contact me.
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