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Old 10-03-2018, 03:02 PM   #43
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Not too much to expect, but you should anticipate a long and involved effort on your part. The really good ones sell fairly quickly and at a premium dollar normally.
Agree. Waiting with cash in hand...searching locally and not afraid to travel. Living in CA thinking about a two week driving trip to Arizona and Texas , with a prepared list of stops. Of course after more photos, maintenance records, VIN check, etc. or whatever I may come up wihile on the road. Should be an interesting adventure.

Pretty much settled on CC...but might (and I mean “might”) consider a Newmar as a second choice, but prefer staying on target.
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Old 10-03-2018, 04:15 PM   #44
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Tiger, unless you've mixed up quite a few of these numbers, you got raked over the coals!
At $650 a month, I would think that a 5 year loan would be more than enough to pay off that MH. I have been wondering what Tiger would consider a large monthly payment ?
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Old 10-04-2018, 06:26 PM   #45
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Tiger, unless you've mixed up quite a few of these numbers, you got raked over the coals!
Wonder how you can say I got raked. Consider that in Canada the rate of exchange is 28% higher and in Quebec the interest rate is also higher along with our 15% tax to top it off... in short let’s put it in us funds... I then pay 500/month. Hope that makes the count.
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Wonder how you can say I got raked. Consider that in Canada the rate of exchange is 28% higher and in Quebec the interest rate is also higher along with our 15% tax to top it off... in short let’s put it in us funds... I then pay 500/month. Hope that makes the count.
Even putting it in U.S. funds at $500 a month- 168 months (14 years) X $500= $84K That's what you're paying back over the life of that loan for your coach, that's without your down payment or any other fees! A quick search on RV trader showed a few others of your exact year and model, and the highest price was ~$45K on a unit with 10K miles on it. It is none of our business, but I'm not the only one who feels that you've been taken advantage of. JMHO
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Even putting it in U.S. funds at $500 a month- 168 months (14 years) X $500= $84K That's what you're paying back over the life of that loan for your coach, that's without your down payment or any other fees! A quick search on RV trader showed a few others of your exact year and model, and the highest price was ~$45K on a unit with 10K miles on it. It is none of our business, but I'm not the only one who feels that you've been taken advantage of. JMHO
Must be the extended warranty
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Even putting it in U.S. funds at $500 a month- 168 months (14 years) X $500= $84K That's what you're paying back over the life of that loan for your coach, that's without your down payment or any other fees! A quick search on RV trader showed a few others of your exact year and model, and the highest price was ~$45K on a unit with 10K miles on it. It is none of our business, but I'm not the only one who feels that you've been taken advantage of. JMHO
Thank you for your concern, really here is the paid price which includes the 5 year extended warranty, direct tv dish that finds the 107 & 111 satellites and a 2 panel solar system and our high rate of taxes 15%: 67,940 at 5.99% for 144 months 662/month.

I am happy with my MH, small but convenient in many aspect. And I thought I made a good deal. I am so disappointed but we will make the best of it and not dwell on it...
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After reading all the responses, so far...I thought I would just respond to your original request (that was pretty simple and direct)!

You're unreasonable!
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