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Old 04-14-2016, 08:47 AM   #15
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I made a deal and signed a purchase agreement on a 2008 Monaco DP there last April. The pictures looked good, the condition report was good, and I have the "helpful" salesman go out and do a walk-around on the coach for me with no negatives reported by him. I then drive over 1500 miles to go get my new coach and [moderator edit] That can't be the same coach my "helpful" salesman looked at and reported to be in excellent condition! Well, it was severely checked paint, water leaks, bad tires, etc. The coach even had a small electrical fire while on the test drive! As it turns out it was my fault because it was easy to tell if the "helpful" salesman was lying, all I had to do was watch to see if his lips were moving!
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Why not look locally, there is a bunch of nice ones local to you and no exchange rate = +++
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Why not look locally, there is a bunch of nice ones local to you and no exchange rate = +++
I am happy to pay in USD for a MH. The ones we have here are mostly overpriced or run down. No thanks! We pay for most vehicles always a "premium" in Canada. That's why some people shop in the USA.
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Thanks for your offer. The confusion started when a member from here did sent me a build sheet of a unit I was interested and we found out the model year, tire size etc. were far out and I asked the sales guy if he could check it for me. Nooob! I mean. If they like to sell, they should have 2 minutes to go to the unit and check the tire size of a unit and the model year. I got only a: "sorry I think mistakes were made..." excuse. Seriously? Still today we are waiting for the right specs. Stock# A804. He only asked if he should put me on a list for this unit. (??) I asked then for pictures of the Beaver D744 and he wrote back: "The unit is maybe taken already and pictures are up.." That was on Thursday. Still today no pictures online. Only a "plan" with 1 slide-out. A 1995 with a slide-out? I asked what they understand under: Little TLC needed. No answer. Makes it a bit fishy and the customer reviews of PPL I read are by 1 - 1 1/2 star at most! (?) Except buying parts. I don't know how they can sell that many units since January this year: 825

Maybe they do not need to offer service with people buying RV's there without knowing the right tire size or model year??
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