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Old 05-07-2008, 01:47 PM   #29
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I would never consider trading our Apex in on another coach. We too have gone to Silverleaf and HWH, and a new source are folks that have gone solo that used to work for WRV such as Dave Catron who was in at the start of motorized coaches with WRV and has great experience with just about any system in the coach. Master cabinet builder. In addition, RVS out of Vancouver can work on any system on the coach including HWH and Silverleaf. We are not concerned at all with being orpaned. Oh yeah, what about the experts that contribute on IRV? There is more help on this forum than any mfg. could provide.

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Old 05-08-2008, 05:32 AM   #30
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Saddleback has 2 new 2009 coaches on their lot. I have had plenty of time to look at them carefully, and have concluded that they are some of the best coaches WRV has made since the beginning. Most of the small issues that existed have been addressed successfully. I wish I were in a position to make the leap to one of them and sail off into the sunset. We were discussing 30% - 40% off. Someone smart is going to make a great buy. Saddleback tells me that if they don't go to a new home soon a large dealer may buy them and wait for this market to settle.

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Old 05-08-2008, 12:25 PM   #31
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I happened to be at camping world in Junction City today and walked over to Guaranty. They had several '08s,07's and used. They still look good and would be my first choice of anything on the lot. Matt

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