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Old 06-07-2020, 11:33 AM   #85
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When we first started looking a Prevost we were afraid we wouldn't find one that was too glitzy. This is our second one.
And just for the record, that is not a mirror on the ceiling, it is polished stainless steel.

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Nice looking Liberty.
I, too, have the same ceiling
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The Liberty is a nice conversion.

Not the look we are personally looking for but for that style, They are beautiful.

Does that ceiling come with Pink Champagne on ice? ��
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The Liberty is a nice conversion.

Not the look we are personally looking for but for that style, They are beautiful.

Does that ceiling come with Pink Champagne on ice? ��
Yes, or beer and potato chips if thats fits your palate.

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There is a recession coming. Large businesses are planning for it. I am in the current decade which is at the end of an overly long economic boom. It is time for the cycle to cycle. I do not know which experts say what as far as timing, but all of them know a recession is coming. the experts our company rely on anticipate 2022 - 2024. It could come sooner if something happens to trigger it.

Gifted foresight?
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Personally, I think the economy is going to zoom as the Covid crisis starts to end. There is SO much pent up demand that I think we will have a good couple of years of expanded growth. Thats just my opinion.


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There is a recession coming. Large businesses are planning for it. I am in the current decade which is at the end of an overly long economic boom. It is time for the cycle to cycle. I do not know which experts say what as far as timing, but all of them know a recession is coming. the experts our company rely on anticipate 2022 - 2024. It could come sooner if something happens to trigger it.

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Dr Mike- what coach do you have?
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Personally, I think the economy is going to zoom as the Covid crisis starts to end. There is SO much pent up demand that I think we will have a good couple of years of expanded growth. Thats just my opinion.


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Hi all
I totally agree with Mark, but the quote I cited was from February, 2020 a month before the world came crashing down for many people.
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The good doctor is still continuing his search for the best coach. With inventory at an all time low and prices at an all time high.....the search will continue.
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The more I read about 1 to 2 year economic predictions the more conflicted I get.

Having said that it seems logical many recently purchased RVs will be hitting the market soon. I base this on two factors.

1) Gas & Diesel prices have increased about 40 to 50 cents since elections and most likely going higher.
2) Covid will fade away due to vaccine, herd immunity and / or we just get tired of being shut ins.

Higher fuel prices are painful but also drive more research for efficiency & alternatives.

Just my opinions and hope as I would like to trade up in a couple years.
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