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Old 01-04-2013, 12:34 PM   #57
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I'd buy either an Earthroamer or Tiger Adventure Vehicles Siberian. Or both...just in case. I'd also get me one of those Japanese "Make Diesel from Plastic" kits.
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I'd buy something for the house.

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I'd buy a new A/C Revolution over again
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I'd buy something used for $150k and use the other $350k to pay to use it.
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Me also, another Rev
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If I had $500,000 to spend on an RV or a yacht, I'd pick a Cornerstone. I owned large yachts here in Florida and they are definitely fun. You can sail to almost anywhere in the Carribean and be met by a nice reception at all ports of call, even Cuba. The problem with large yachts is the physical strength it takes to sail them. Large storms or hurricaines can wreck your plans too. That's what happened to me. It is much easier to move an rv to safely that a large yacht....DoctorH
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If I had $500,000 to spend on an RV or a yacht, I'd pick a Cornerstone. I owned large yachts here in Florida and they are definitely fun. You can sail to almost anywhere in the Carribean and be met by a nice reception at all ports of call, even Cuba. The problem with large yachts is the physical strength it takes to sail them. Large storms or hurricaines can wreck your plans too. That's what happened to me. It is much easier to move an rv to safely that a large yacht....DoctorH

So Doc, did you order the Cornerstone?
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Iwould Have my Tradewinds redone and use the rest of 450000.00to go where the DP cant go.
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I would pay cash for a Tiffen Allegro RED 38QRA and pocket the rest.

We saw one at an RV show and would have bought it but it was already sold.
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