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Old 03-27-2014, 05:37 PM   #15
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Paying cash just makes for an easier process. I just think of it as it's costing me $16,000 for the first nights use of said RV, after that she is costing me zip.

On my old 2005 Aerolite over 7 seasons and about 380 nights I had paid about either 16.4 or 17.4k (couldn't remember) sold it for $8500. So I lost about half it's value, or about $8500. So where else can you get 380 nights in a hotel room for $8500 (about $22 per night).

And I get to sleep with my own bed bugs. Drink my own beer shower in my own unit move about the country tie my kayak up outside my door Have a whole cabinet full of snacks take a walk in the wood
Get out and go RVing ....
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I bought thru RV Direct, there main office is in Albany NY. Took delivery 12/30/13 in Orlando Fl, thru one of there dealers. I saved close to $6K over what I could get the same 5th wheel here in the Dallas Tx area. The deal went well, the PDI was great and so far after 3000 + miles things are working well. Stayed in the RV more than a month touring Florida and several southern states before returning to Texas. We would buy from them again.
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