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Old 05-28-2007, 09:30 AM   #1
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I have the opportunity to fix up a 1976 Midas RV. The RV will cost me nothing allot of cosmetic work. Seems like it would be a fun project. I've been looking for a RV or camper for a family of 3. Question is it cost effective to rebuild or buy something that is ready to use.
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I have the opportunity to fix up a 1976 Midas RV. The RV will cost me nothing allot of cosmetic work. Seems like it would be a fun project. I've been looking for a RV or camper for a family of 3. Question is it cost effective to rebuild or buy something that is ready to use.
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Sorry if this sounds the wrong answer, but only you can answer that. The unit has a nice price, but the work, Can you do it or are you going to have to pay someone else to do the work? I would say if the rest of the coach is in good shape and you know that for sure and you can do the work yourself,I'd say go for it. I wouldn't have done the work on this coach if I was not doing the work myself and had a couple of friends to help out here and there with the heavy stuff. I wish you luck with your progect and if there is anything you need to know, just ask. Welcome to the forum, Capt. Dan
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