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Old 12-30-2013, 02:40 PM   #1
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If you had $500k-$700k and wanted to purchase an RV what would it be?
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Old 12-30-2013, 02:47 PM   #2
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The same one I have I think. But wait I already own it. So I guess I would be looking for another "Investment Vehicle" JUST KIDDING - Who coukd not use an extra $500K or so.
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Have to 2nd the Newmar Essex... That's what we did and it has been fantastic! They are road machines!!
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I would buy a 2014 gmc denali 3500 dually and a DRV fifth wheel (or something comparable) and bank/invest the rest of the money.

You'll get completely different answers from the 'working Joe' vs. the guy who is at his 'pinnacle'
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We would go back to Newmar and get either the Essex or the King Aire...they make the best RV out there...Chuck
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This is another vote for Newmar King Aire or Essex.
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We bought a King Aire, it was the nicest non-Prevost/Newell coach that we saw. Can't go wrong with a Cornerstone or Heritage either, both are great coaches!! Too bad that Country Coach is gone, with the exception of the Comfort Drive, the Affinity 700 would give the King Aire a run for it's money.
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