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Old 06-09-2014, 05:20 PM   #1
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Hello Forum, I am looking for a Showhauler or Renegade garage unit with a bedroom 2010 or newer with low miles, in great condition. If you have or hear of any for sale would please pass on the information and contact to me.
I would like to purchase within the next few months.

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I think you're looking for a great rv. I know of a couple garage coaches for sale. This one is a bit outside your age, but I don't think age matters much on these rigs: 2006 United Specialties Garage Coach RV for Sale | RacingJunk Classifieds

That one actually belongs to somebody I know in MN. I haven't seen the inside but from what I know of them I bet it's in pretty good shape.

Here's another one: https://www.hawkengineering.com/4509gcddgta0csb.html

Both of these coaches are built arguably better than a Renegade. The United and Hawk are built on a steel tube cage with aluminum sheeting on the outside. Pretty sure Renegade uses a FRP panel construction. Do some research on both types and see what you prefer. I'm very happy with the quality of construction on my United Specialties. I've heard those Hawk coaches are made extremely well too.

I've got no connection to either Hawk or the owner of that United (other than she used to cut my dog's hair before she retired from that).
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Old 06-09-2014, 09:40 PM   #3
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Thank you for your quick reply and info. Check you PM.

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ummmmmmmmmmm, Sounds like mine would fit your desires. Talked about ordering a new rig last fall but never pulled the trigger.
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Can you send message with pictures and details. Thank you
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Old 06-15-2014, 08:10 AM   #6
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Big Power Coaches in Hickory, NC

Talk to Angie at Big Power Coaches in Hickory, NC.

Call 828-256-5588.
And they have a website.

Just bought a ShowHauler from them and they're the Greatest!

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I checked out a new 2011 Haulmark near Vancouver BC the other day. It has 3000 miles and is NEW. Asking $250000 Cdn$.
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I just thought of another thing you need to be aware of. You probably already are. Canada has some restrictions on what can be brought in and registered there. I remember a thread awhile ago where somebody bought a United Specialties coach and then had a hard time bringing it into Canada. Something about it's gotta be certified by the manufacturer as compliant with the Canada laws or something. And United was out of business by that time so they had to do some wrangling to get it certified. You probably know about those rules but thought I better add that here.
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