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Old 05-13-2017, 07:46 PM   #15
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10 million dollars? Boy I hope that was an error on someone's part?

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Old 05-13-2017, 11:04 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by dons2346 View Post
When Terry buys a coach, he takes it to Oregon Motorcoach and they go through it and fix any problems. If there are any cosmetic issues on the exterior, he takes the coach to Straightline Auto Body for work. He does know his Country Coaches.
I have not looked at any of the info on this specific coach, other then this thread.

I'll share an opinion that even paying 15, maybe all the way up to 25% - higher the say NADA (Or more specifically, the going rate for 'like year's and model' coaches - can be a long term potential 'bargain' for the buyer.


-If, as Don pointed out, the coach has been 'Gone thru by experienced tech's, and brought up to snuff.' (And OMC is one of the best to 'Go thru' and repair a Country Coach.)...
-And more important then say 'Bristol Condition' - the specific coach really hits a Buyer's primary 'Must Have' & 'Nice to Have' criteria.

Then, the coach could be a bargain.

And the reality is at this length, with tag, and with Country Coach quality of build - this really is a 'Specialty Type Purchase' - IMHO!

And if a seller want so to sell. And a buyer wants to buy. That is between them on what the price should be...

And I speak form experience. As I was willing to pay up more the possible a 'Killer Deal' would have been in the down market of 2007-2009. Because it met most of our Must Have's - and more important, it met the DW's major Must Have --- So, I paid more then 'Killer Deal!' prices that many reported in those days. (Feel it was a 'fair deal' - or I would have moved on... And even at higher then 'Killer Deal' prices - we've had many dividends in enjoyment, and more to come, with this coach...)

Happy shopping to anyone looking for a coach. And if the coach meets what you want, and you can afford it... Why not get out and start enjoying it at even what maybe considered 'Too high a price...'? Who the heck knows what tomorrow will bring? Enjoy!!!


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It would be the perfect coach to pull a 29' LOA stacker to the races without ever having to worry about over length permits.

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