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Old 01-06-2013, 06:01 PM   #29
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When we were buying our coach I never saw the 10 year question on any of the check lists or any reference to it in buying guides. It also never crossed our minds when buying.
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Old 01-07-2013, 05:23 AM   #30
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Don't ask don't tell. When looking at a motor home the same model will be manufactured for many years so how could anyone tell other than the general appearance. So if you take care of your baby just like a new born then I can't imagine any problem.
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The pool of buyers for 10 years and older motorhomes is not the same as for newer ones. That is what sets the pricing, not a few RV parks trying to keep up some sort of an image.
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Many sources of financing dry up on older units. For example, my credit union will not loan on an RV older than a 2005. Another local credit union will loan on older units, but for much shorter terms. Of course, if you're paying cash, that doesn't matter.
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