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Old 05-14-2016, 09:09 PM   #1
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Here are a few "Reasons for Drooling"

If I only had an extra 800K laying around..
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Uhhhh huh You are not alone.

Those high line coaches are works of art.
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I go on this site frequently and dream.
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Old 05-14-2016, 09:46 PM   #4
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I wish they would sell this one. Seriously if you wanted to get into a hi end coach this is a steal. Look at the pictures.
2006 Newell Coach Newell 45' Priced at $ 389500
They have already dropped the price to $274,500 and haven't started to deal yet.
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Yeah Bill that coach has been on there for quite some time. It's in great shape too. That IS a steal for a million dollar coach ten years old.

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That is a great site to find some of the bigger coaches on the market. I kind of get tired of looking at them though, after you have seen a dozen of them, they are all about the same. I went to the RV show in Phoenix Friday after work and walked down pusher row, after walking through the 4th or 5th 310k Phaeton I had to leave. That is so out of my league I don't even want to look at them anymore, until the show comes around again in a few months. LOL

I would be so upside down trading in my '13 Tuscany, they would have to sharpen their pencils just to get me to talk numbers with them.

Back to the OP, great site!
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I like the 800K one. I can just see us climbing back into the coach soaking wet and covered with fish scales and "stuff" after a hard 8 hours fishing salmon in Alaska in the rain and cold. Yep. That's the one I want. LOL, LOL
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That is a great site to find some of the bigger coaches on the market. I kind of get tired of looking at them though, after you have seen a dozen of them, they are all about the same. I went to the RV show in Phoenix Friday after work and walked down pusher row, after walking through the 4th or 5th 310k Phaeton I had to leave. That is so out of my league I don't even want to look at them anymore, until the show comes around again in a few months. LOL

I would be so upside down trading in my '13 Tuscany, they would have to sharpen their pencils just to get me to talk numbers with them.

Back to the OP, great site!
That was my point. For less than the price of a Phaeton you could have a million dollar coach.
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Wow, I just browsed through the site again this morning, those high end coaches just don't hold their value very well do they? A 2011 Newmar Essex with 30k miles for $299? http://www.bus-stuff.com/2011NewmarEssex_TMS323.html

Holy crap.

Still outta my league for now...
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Some of these units do have some eye appeal. However they are like a super model. Extremely nice to look at but useless for anything else.
I'd rather have a gal who can cook, clean and can carry on an intelligent conversation. She'd be a whole less $ to maintain too. No fancy over engineered parts
That is exactly why I bought an entry level basic MH which meets my needs. I have no interest in living in a museum. I spend more time using it than working on it.
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I wish they would sell this one. Seriously if you wanted to get into a hi end coach this is a steal. Look at the pictures.
2006 Newell Coach Newell 45' Priced at $ 389500
They have already dropped the price to $274,500 and haven't started to deal yet.
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Well, somebody ?here? read you post. It now says "Pending"!
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Thank goodness I had the big slobbering drool's over that one. Yes it looks better in person. I am thinking it is a Supermodel that can cook and keep house.
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Some of these units do have some eye appeal. However they are like a super model. Extremely nice to look at but useless for anything else.
I'd rather have a gal who can cook, clean and can carry on an intelligent conversation. She'd be a whole less $ to maintain too. No fancy over engineered parts
That is exactly why I bought an entry level basic MH which meets my needs. I have no interest in living in a museum. I spend more time using it than working on it.
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I could not agree more. I'll take the girl next door anytime and the doorbell or some other stupid accessory is probably broken.
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