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Old 12-30-2011, 01:47 PM   #29
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We bought a new Tiffin in 2008. Two years later a family illness mandated that we sell it and rent a home for awhile. Took the hit on equity big time. Two months ago we decided that we wanted another RV, but would NOT buy new. We ended up with a 2000 40' Foretravel. I had never heard of Foretravels before and had no idea what to expect. To make it short, in 2000 the unit cost $464,000. We paid a little over $100K for it and we LOVE it. Take a look at Foretravels )

The forum is here: Foretravel Owner's Forum -- ForeForums
Here are some new RV's for sale: Foretravel Texas - Luxury Motorcoach Sales
Used Foretravels: http://motorhomesoftexas.com/

Happy hunting.

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Old 12-30-2011, 01:53 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by stevebxl View Post
I had never heard of Foretravels before and had no idea what to expect. .
I'll bet you were in for a wonderful surprise. They are like works of art! Even with the vintage rigs I see, one glance tells you they are special machines.


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