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Old 02-01-2005, 02:29 PM   #1
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OK we did pick out a adventure 38J we have been looking at the Itasca 37B-38R but the units didn't have what we wanted. Today we went to a winnebago dealer and he had a 38J with everything + that we wanted well we did put a hold on it so we could think a little more.Does anyone have feedback on this unit and can you pls tell us what you think of it before we go over the hill.
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OK we did pick out a adventure 38J we have been looking at the Itasca 37B-38R but the units didn't have what we wanted. Today we went to a winnebago dealer and he had a 38J with everything + that we wanted well we did put a hold on it so we could think a little more.Does anyone have feedback on this unit and can you pls tell us what you think of it before we go over the hill.
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by jardr:
Does anyone have feedback on this unit and can you pls tell us what you think of it before we go over the hill. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>Sorry! Too late. Enjoy your new motorhome.
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Hi we too are looking at the 38J recd a couple of so called :bottom line quotes" and are still not sure if we want to saty with gas or really jump up to the Monaco Knight-we really like the floor plan on the j38 and we are very happy with our 35u 2001 adventurer with the workhorse cahssis and allison trans. I do feel that the winnebago corp puts outb a goodprduct for the price. Good luck with what ver choice you make
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Those are all fine units, if they meet your wants and needs. Pick the one that suits you best. But it sounds lke you already did!

Unfortunately, by putting a hold on it you really tipped your hand. I hope you negotiated a good price before you did that, cause it is usually very hard to bargain afterwards. You might want to call the dealer and say "Nice rig, but no thanks, I can't afford it". They know you want it, so they will try very hard to talk you back into the deal. Then you can hold out for a good price. I would set 20+ percent off the Winnebago MSRP as my target, but only you can decide when the deal is right for you. But remember, there are a lot of Winnebago dealers and you can buy the same model from each and every one of them. Tell that to the dealer as well.
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