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Old 03-23-2008, 02:53 PM   #1
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Good afternoon fellow campers i have an experience i want to share. My husband and I have been campers for quite some time but the fuel is getting outrageous so we decided to search other avenues. We came across park models. I think it is the perfect solution for us. The reason i am writing this is to help better inform others if they have the same idea. We started looking at several dealers and everyone of them had a different "retail price" it was crazy. I done a little research on the web and found this site parkmodelhomebuyersguide.com, It was heaven sent i bought there guide and pricing it answers every question not to mention they answered others i had. But the absolute best part is that we saved almost 5,000 off the dealers best price. Please take a look if your buying one it was the best money spent by far. Just trying to be helpful. Happy Camping

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Good afternoon fellow campers i have an experience i want to share. My husband and I have been campers for quite some time but the fuel is getting outrageous so we decided to search other avenues. We came across park models. I think it is the perfect solution for us. The reason i am writing this is to help better inform others if they have the same idea. We started looking at several dealers and everyone of them had a different "retail price" it was crazy. I done a little research on the web and found this site parkmodelhomebuyersguide.com, It was heaven sent i bought there guide and pricing it answers every question not to mention they answered others i had. But the absolute best part is that we saved almost 5,000 off the dealers best price. Please take a look if your buying one it was the best money spent by far. Just trying to be helpful. Happy Camping

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Old 03-23-2008, 06:02 PM   #3
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Welcom to the world of perminant seasonal site camping WE also got tierd of tearing down and setting up as well as 9 mpg with the old F150 pulling the camper from place to place We have had our site for 3 years now and love itGreat scond home and a whole new family of fellow seasonals Oh ya now when we go camping we take my DW car That gets 32 mpg and it takes us less than 15 min of set up to be campin Have fun
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Old 03-24-2008, 05:17 AM   #4
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If there are enough park model campers on iRV2, maybe the moderators would create a forum specializing in park models?
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There are a bunch of former RV'ers in the park I'm in that are now in the park models. I good way to go.

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Old 03-24-2008, 06:50 AM   #6
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Call me skeptical, but this smacks of spam. "Suzanne" has posted this exact same thing on several of the RV forums I read. You'll note that the buyers guide she talks about is not free...it must be purchased. You don't suppose that "Suzanne" has a financial stake in this enterprise do you?
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Old 03-24-2008, 07:48 AM   #7
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I see nothing on this website except an offer to sell the guides. There is no free info. The guides may be useful but I expected at least a little free info.

Are park models an RV?? Possibly they're a mobile home as they can't be towed without permits and very specialized towing equipment.

I'll add their offer to sell you the wholesale pricing value of a used park model is readily available for free from your bank, library or even the dealer's NADA book. No need to pay $19.95 for that.

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