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Old 02-08-2011, 12:43 PM   #1
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New here and looking for advice..

Sorry for the long post, but below is the description of the rv we saw today. It is prestine! Very nice. He is firm at $19k. What do you guys think??

1999 Gulfstream Conquest Classic 1000 series, model #6272; 29 ft. long; 34K miles; has never seen snow; spends winter months in sunny FL, stored in barn in OH; sleeps 8 comfortably; 13,500 BTU central air; 3 burner gas range w/oven, overhead microwave w/hood and vent; 6 gallon gas water heater w/electric ignition; am/fm stereo w/speakers front and back; 13 inch color TV, retractable antenna w/booster on roof, has 2nd TV hookup in master bedroom; skylight located in shower; Generac gas generator w/pushbutton start; 20 ft. awning; cruise control, power windows, tilt wheel steering; upgraded cabinets; LP gas powered smoke detector w/2 additional battery operated detectors in front and rear; luggage rack and ladder, 4 roof vents (1 w/power fan, all w/rain and air shields); tow package w/[COLOR=#0072bc !important][COLOR=#0072bc !important]car[/COLOR][/COLOR] tow bar; Triton V10 motor w/4 speed auto drive transmission; basement has 7 storage compartments, 2 which extend from side to side; new tires throughout, new brakes and calipers.

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Old 02-08-2011, 09:24 PM   #2
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Did you check KBB or nada? Price is up to what you feel it's worth but if it's stored in a barn have you checked for furry friends in the gen compartment or air cleaner? We bought a 94 pace arrow class A for $9500.00 and had looked at many others that were more expensive and not in as good shape. I would have it checked out by a trusted mechanic. Then make your decision. Good luck

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Old 02-08-2011, 11:49 PM   #3
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Welcome to irv2 Kirk.
Here is a link to NADA with a basic price. You can add all options on coach for a truer price and consider the shape of under carriage and DOT Dates on tires.
Price seems a little high but maybe negotiable, good luck work out the details.
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Old 02-09-2011, 04:49 AM   #4
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The major options only brought it up to $15,700. The genny and leveling system were the big hitters. If it doesn't have levelers knock of $1000. Be sure it's the one that you want, because if you decide different later it could be a slow to no sell at that price. There are larger and newer coaches out there for a 20 grand asking price.
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With fuel headed back up, it's a buyers market. There's always a better deal around the corner. But on the other hand, if you just found your soul mate (so to speak), go for it !!
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