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Old 10-07-2011, 01:21 AM   #1
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a little over a month ago I decided to upgrade my class c. while looking I was surprised how many poor quality rigs are on the market. A little over a year ago a customer brought home a new lazy daze class C. I was impressed with the quality and the aluminum skin while it was in for service so I decided to see if I could find a one used. I prefer class C's due to their size and driveability. Lucky for me one was for sale within 20 miles of my location. Other than needing brakes the rig is in very good shape. I have already put more miles on it than what I put on the old rig over 8 years. She's just under 27 feet with just about every option already in place. The wife loves the new kitchen and large bed. I always thought solar panels were overkill till I saw what there capable of.
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a little over a month ago I decided to upgrade my class c. while looking I was surprised how many poor quality rigs are on the market. A little over a year ago a customer brought home a new lazy daze class C. I was impressed with the quality and the aluminum skin while it was in for service so I decided to see if I could find a one used. I prefer class C's due to their size and driveability. Lucky for me one was for sale within 20 miles of my location. Other than needing brakes the rig is in very good shape. I have already put more miles on it than what I put on the old rig over 8 years. She's just under 27 feet with just about every option already in place. The wife loves the new kitchen and large bed. I always thought solar panels were overkill till I saw what there capable of.
Man, that's a good looking rig! Have fun!
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Old 10-07-2011, 07:11 AM   #3
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Nice, enjoy the road now and welcome to the forums.
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Old 10-07-2011, 07:34 AM   #4
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Great looking rig! Hope you have many fun trips in her. And welcome to the forum!!
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[QUOTE=tonysrep;977180].... I was impressed with the quality and the aluminum skin while it was in for service so I decided to see if I could find a one used. I prefer class C's due to their size and driveability....QUOTE]

Very nice looking unit. What few Lazy Days I've seen on lots always seem to stand out from the others. We Had a 31' Coachman Santara with one slide out and there are still too many times that DW & I voice regret for the upgrade to an A and I think about going back to a Class C. For us, the overall cost of up keep and fuel was much less than the current A.
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Welcome! Nice rig. I'm sure you are going to enjoy it!
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