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Old 08-18-2019, 10:43 AM   #15
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looked at a lot of 98, 99, 00 and 01's and that price seems high. They were all priced at that but were not worth that much. I wouldn't pay more that 20k and that's if the tires are less than 5 years old.

Sound like you can fix and maintain on your own other wise it is $185 an hour here.

21 years of UV makes anything plastic on the outside suspect.

good luck and welcome to the forum, I love my Tropical


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Old 08-18-2019, 11:42 AM   #16
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BUY IT ! We have had our 99 for 5 years and I think it is one best investments we have made.
We have done some changes eq. new flooring ( to get rid of the rug ) and moved the TV to a televator.
We have put on about 40000 miles and have had no problems. We did put on a
Safe-T-Steer the first year as it had a tendency to wander, but since it has been a blessing.
I'm sure that you will enjoy it as they were top of the line for that year and manufacturer.
Good driving and enjoy.
By the way we fulltime in ours and find that it is even warm in the winter as we live in the southwest area of British Columbia, Canada.
Lyle 'n' Sherry 'n' Muffin ( Shih Tzu x) drive a 1999 National RV Tradewind 7370 with a 2005 Kia Sedona on an Automatic car dolly
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