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Old 07-31-2021, 08:43 AM   #1
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1992 Bounder m-35 pusher

Hi i found a 1992 bounder m-35 pusher for a pretty good price but it is located almost 8hrs away if i buy it it will be basically only viewed through pictures is there any specific questions i should ask the owner or any specific pictures i should ask for? also would it be on 19.5 or 22.5 tires?
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I wouldn't buy a 1992 without looking at it. That's almost 30 years of what could be impeccable care, or use and abuse. Pictures and answers aren't going to tell you which if it's the right person.
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Think about the questions you would ask if you were buying a house, and buying a truck. Then combine the two.
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I would find a certified RV inspector in that area that can give the MH a thorough inspection before buying sight unseen!

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Old 07-31-2021, 01:41 PM   #5
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I don’t like the idea of basically buying sight unseen but it’s in our budget. Our class c motorhome burnt to the ground in our front yard at the beginning of July and Covid has really jacked up the prices of used rvs so it might be what we can afford
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I donít like the idea of basically buying sight unseen but itís in our budget. Our class c motorhome burnt to the ground in our front yard at the beginning of July and Covid has really jacked up the prices of used rvs so it might be what we can afford
You gotta ask yourself even if itís something you can afford now, can you potentially spend thousands making it road worthy again. Chassis maintenance is going to be more involved than on a regular gas class c. Might be worth to keep looking or put off a purchase for a while.
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Those old Fleetwood products back then were well built. The founding father of Fleetwood, John Crean, insisted on it. Why not go have a look see at that old Bounder and if it doesn't meet your needs, go home with out it.

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Have you looked on Facebook Marketplace not everyone has jacked up their price best deals go fast.
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