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Old 09-20-2013, 04:20 AM   #1
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Ordering new, possible delayed possession

Does anybody have experience ordering a new TT, only to have to delay taking possession? We are currently not living in the States, but will be moving back early 2014. We plan on ordering a new TT and trying to time it's manufacture to when we arrive. One possible scenario would mean the dealer we order the TT from may have to hold onto it for a couple months until we arrive.

is that going to be acceptable to most dealers?

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Old 09-20-2013, 05:15 AM   #2
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I had one dealer hold onto a trailer over winter with a sizable down payment no problem. They held the trailer with a 'Sold' sign until I picked it up 7 months later.

This winter I bought a new trailer off a dealer using e-bay. I paid for this one in full per e-bay rules. The dealer did not have a problem holding this trailer several months until I picked it up.

Here in the northern states dealers have their RV Shows in January. Very few people pick up their trailer immediately so the dealers are used to holding onto trailers until May.

I would guess the same would hold true for a trailer that was ordered. That the dealer would not have a problem holding the trailer as long as they have some or all the $$$.

In neither case did the dealer charge me a storage fee.
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