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Old 10-14-2010, 02:21 PM   #1
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Gateway RV, Colorado Springs - Dealer Info

Hi all -

Wanted to see if anyone out there has worked with or had experience with Gateway RV in Colorado Springs. I'm asking as I'm interested in a unit they have but don't know anything about them...Trying to gather as much info as possible before making a final decision to travel to CO from PA.


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I live in Colorado Springs and have been to their two locations in town a few times. I have not done business with them but they seem like a nice bunch and I have "kicked the tires" on a few of their coachs. They appear, for the most part, to buy RVs at auction tune them up, clean them up, and sell them. I'm sure they get RVs on trade as well. I would do business with them if they had the right rig at the right price. :-)
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