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Old 06-28-2014, 08:43 PM   #1
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Need thoughts, and opinions on a 2007 Gulf Stream Vista Cruiser G24

Found this for sale, at just under $20K
it seems a little too good to be true, pictures look good.
Anybody have one, do you like it??
is the price right, if it is in good condition??
Thoughts???
It seems perfect for weekend jaunts, and week long vacations, for the next 4-5 years, plus some dog events, and cookouts at the park with friends etc


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Old 06-28-2014, 11:17 PM   #2
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Seems too cheap. Is this a craigslist ad?

If not a scam, there must be something seriously wrong with it.
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Seems too cheap. Is this a craigslist ad?

If not a scam, there must be something seriously wrong with it.
Yes, and I think you are right. I did some looking around, and noticed some irregularities.
It is about 10k less than anything remotely comparable.
I used my disposable email address, to email them.

I saw the same picture, description and price on several Craigslist ads for the same vehicle in multiple cities.
Craigslist seems to have become a haven for criminal/fraudulent activity.
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I think it is a scam, I found it listed on EBAY in New York. The Craigslist ad show it in Elko, Oregon?
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It has been flagged for removal.
Bummer
Oh well, I did find an RV model that seems to fit our needs, to keep an eye out for.
I really like the floor plan.
So that is something good
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Well used RV's are a tough sell. There are lots of them and most people want new - so it's a buyers market.

Don't be afraid to make a ridiculous offer if you find one you like. People set the price high knowing there will be some negotiating.

The best deals, of course, are in the off-season depending on your location. Right now is peak season in the northern states. Florida is now deep in the off-season. So shop accordingly.
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