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Old 02-02-2013, 06:45 AM   #1
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I'm considering buying a 2006 Damon Daybreaker 3270.

This is my first purchase. Appears in excellent condition. Price is good. 19500 miles. Nice shine. A 1 yr. 12000 mile warranty provided. Not sure if Rvying is for us reason for buying used. This way if original purchase is good I would recoup my money. Any advice from the experts and veterans. Thanks

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Old 02-02-2013, 07:06 AM   #2
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You might want to go to the Thor- Damon forum for more info.
I have the same and bought new after owning an older model for several yrs.
I travel mostly alone, and quite a bit as show dogs and have over 35k so far. I bought for the floorplan and as many on these forums will tell you that should be your first requirement. I love the side entry and great indoor storage. Outdoor is good too. The 2 remote controlled AC's are great and the generator location is key.
I continually look at new models by all manufacturers and find this plan still the best.
I've never had a slide issue and love the long wide slide.
I've had some issues but nearly all were covered by warranty and with a used model probably the kinks have already been fixed.
Biggest issue with DB in these yrs is the peeling decals. If yours are good that's great. Otherwise you may eventually want to replace or repair.
I don't tow so no help there but for the price and FP I would buy another
Good luck on whatever you decide,

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They removed the old decals on this unit and painted them on instead of using decals again. What did your unit cost new?
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