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Old 04-13-2011, 01:54 PM   #1
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I don't know that I'd consider myself new to iRV2 or even to RVing but I'm certainly learning more all the time. Funny how the more you research - the more you realize you don't know! Anyhow, we just sold our 1999 National Class A and I've got the fever for another! I'm on a temporary job assignment in San Francisco but as soon as I get close to coming back to TN I'll be jumping at buying another. In the meantime, I'm researching....or should I say obsessing. I'm working on that one. We've waivered on getting a Class C but after having the Class A I don't know if I can give up that big picture window going down the road and in the campground. Love it.

The one thing I am surprised by is the cost of Class A's. You'd think that they'd be ready to unload a few with the economy and gas as it is. But, honestly I still think they're overpriced (used is what we're looking at). We've narrowed it down to Winnebago, Class A, 29 - 33 ft, with 2 slides. Anyone out there know of a great deal on one....send em my way!

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Old 04-19-2011, 07:01 PM   #2
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Good luck in the search!!! Keep us informed.


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Old 04-20-2011, 10:28 AM   #3
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So far....nothing. The RVs have been either too long, too old, too expensive, or I don't know if the seller is honest. it's a big investment and probably my last RV buy. Having already had one Class A and sold it, I'm at least somewhat informed on what we like (and don't). You'd think the prices on RVs would be dropping more than they seem to have. Maybe I'm out of touch with the prices before the fuel crunch....don't know.
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Old 04-20-2011, 05:03 PM   #4
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Be patient the right deal will come along. Just keep shopping the web and the forums.
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Since your already away from home you should consider searching all over the country and if you find one your interested in, ask a member here that may be near to give you their impression, many great people here willing to take a look and give you feedback. I have my rig but always looking just in case. it's amazing at the price differences across this great land of ours. Some folks have junk that think it's worth a fortune and others have amazing rigs that could easily fetch higher prices. My local craigslist has many listed right now some not worth half of the asking price and a couple worth way more! Purple wave.com has an 06 Discovery current bid 65k beautiful rig just seized by the Troopers for drug transportation.
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Old 04-21-2011, 10:25 AM   #6
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Thanks for the advice 4Knights. ....and rvjimmy.

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