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Old 06-18-2019, 08:06 AM   #1
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Talking Looking And Priceing Used Class C

Wow a year after loosing our 1994 class C in and accident, the search for
a new one has been interesting.
It has gotten to the point I can probably point out 30+ overpriced units
that have not sold in over a year.
What is available and priced to sell goes very quickly.
That I am in the wrong part of the country for what I am looking for.
That and the burp in the economy took out a few years of available units.
RV for sale sights do not care if the add is bogus or not see I have this
unit for sale, NOT.
I am almost thinking of ordering the chassis and manufacturing what I want
myself.
To the manufacture's there are couples out there that want!
A small class C

NO SLIDES
TOW CAPABLE
REAR BED AND BED ABOVE CAB FOR GRANDCHILDREN
KEEP IT UNDER 24'

I spent 13 wonderful years traveling and living in for months at
at a time in FL a true 21' class c.
It was simple stupid and just a joy to drive I treated it like a pick up,
towed the boat like it was not there.
Spend the night on the water put the boat back on the trailer and pull
up and spend the night in the parking lot. Nothing better.


Still in the hunt for my perfect class c at a reasonable price.

Hey Fleetwood can you please come back with the 2002-2008 22B?

Oh and I would like Chevy power.

Thanks
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Chevy power is going to narrow your choices considerably. Otherwise, doesn't seem like all that rare a rig. You didn't mention a budget but guessing an older one is OK if you were happy with the '94.
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There are a few newer ones on Chevy chassis and under 24'. I know some folks who bought a new 2018 Four Winds 22E. Chevy 6L and no slides. They payed about $50K.
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Old 06-18-2019, 04:01 PM   #4
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I guess I am just tired of the poor search options for used older units.
That and web sights that do not update or bother to get rid of bogus adds.
Yea I am not willing at this time to spend a lot but would if the right unit
came along. As in at nada and easily viewed. This side of the country,
East Coast. A couple of years from now we may just bite the bullet and
get a new one.
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Class C

You may want to try PPL Motorhomes in Houston, Tx plus 2 other locations.....
all 3 in Texas.......
all units are consignment units so buyer beware!!!!
There are a few that come in tht go very quickly. just like everywhere else...
I have no ties with PPL other than I purchased a 40 ft DP from them back in 2009.......
mine was a really good unit, they have others that you need to be wary of.........
ask salesman how long its been on their lot?
That will answer a lot of questions
best of luck in your search....
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link https://www.pplmotorhomes.com/used-rvs-for-sale
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