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Old 02-19-2005, 02:24 PM   #1
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Hello. We hope to purchase an RV within the next year 1/2. We thought about the Class B but now are thinking a Class C is better with a side-out. We wish to go fulltime right out of the gate. Any suggestions? How hard is it to finance? We live in Seattle area. Thanks!
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Hello. We hope to purchase an RV within the next year 1/2. We thought about the Class B but now are thinking a Class C is better with a side-out. We wish to go fulltime right out of the gate. Any suggestions? How hard is it to finance? We live in Seattle area. Thanks!
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Old 02-19-2005, 03:20 PM   #3
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Welcome Sue & Ray. If you buy a class C from a dealer, they will have financing for you. Otherwise search the internet for "RV financing". Or you can ask your bank if they are interested. Good luck and keep us posted.
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Sue & Ray, welcome to our website and forum, GLad you have found us and hope we can be of some help in your quest for the right RV. I might recommend that if you have not owned or rented any class A's or C's that you do so to get a feel for what might be right for you. Going to shows is a good way to also see a lot of different kinds of units. Take your time; don't let a pushy salesman get your impulses up too quickly. Different folks have different needs and desires so it is almost impossible for someone else to determine what is right for you. Do your research and enjoy the hunt for the right coach. GOod luck.
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Old 03-12-2005, 12:56 PM   #5
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I don't know that I would be happy with a class b or even c if full timing. I would seriously consider a 5er or a class a for the room to be able to continually live in it
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Old 03-12-2005, 03:02 PM   #6
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If I were going to full time I definately would get a Class A!!!! I am looking for a class B right now as hubby passed away and I am selling my 35 ft Coachmen but if I was going to live in it I would keep it. Don't know about you but I like space. The class B doesn't have a lot of room. Thre are some class B+ out there that offer more room but a new one will cost as much as a class A Welcome to the website. There are a lot of friendly people on here. Good luck from South Carolina.
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Old 03-12-2005, 03:11 PM   #7
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Suenray, there are many books out about fulltiming and you can search with 'google' for 'full timing rv books' and find some.

Other sources are the public library, Amazon.com, Campingworld.com, and others.

I have on my desk, 'Take Back your Life' by Stephenie Bernhagen, and 'Complete Guide to Full-Time RVing' by Bill and Jan Moeller.

I suggest reading one or both before jumping. Art
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Sue and Ray, Welcome to the IRV2 forum, glad you decided to join, have you given any thought to a smaller Class A ( 28 - 33 ft ) with a slide-out. Ed. S
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