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Old 08-31-2015, 09:10 AM   #11
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If I could have got a 3051 for 74000 I would have bought my local wanted 84000 and I offered cash deal just went somewhere else bought a 3050s but it was much less than 74000 loaded but it is a sun seeker not a forester
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Old 08-31-2015, 10:54 AM   #12
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The MSRP numbers I used were from a Forest River options sheet. So if Sagecoachdriver does not like 40% off MSRP. Then mine was 21% less for RV 29.7% if you add in the $6K to bring it from the factory. This is $22K less cost than what the best deal from the local Forest River authorized dealer would sell for. Now from that savings you have to take the less than $1K for gas used during the shakedown/vacation run back from Ohio to Oregon. Get there was free flyer miles and the way home included part of the Outlaw hwy, Badlands, Black Hills, Crazy Horse, Mt Rushmore, Yellowstone, Devil's Tower , and other interesting things like the World's Largest Frying Pan I think was in Iowa. Which took eight days, when you are retired there is no need to hurry.
I have nothing but great things to say about my dealer, their warranty department, and Forest River and their warranty department which gave me a new outdoor portable table for my troubles of coming slightly out of my way by the factory to try and get a replacement wood grain dash off the line which it turned out they did not have.
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Old 08-31-2015, 11:23 AM   #13
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Looks like good deals, enjoy! As long as everyone and the DW are happy, that's all that counts.
We are going to do the PDI now and hope to bring it home with us.
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Old 08-31-2015, 11:25 AM   #14
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Good luck Sage.
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Well it sounds like ya all did your home work and got some good deals.
Enjoy. Later RJD
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Old 09-01-2015, 12:14 AM   #16
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One thing to note. RVW's lowest price on a fully-optioned 3051S when I spoke to them was indeed $74,995. But that was only using their financing. Without their financing the price was $79,199. I bought the same model - with the outside TV/DVR/Stereo - for $79,995 without financing at a dealer 3 hours away. Saving the round trip cost from Texas to Ohio.
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Old 09-01-2015, 01:09 AM   #17
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It appears that there are some good dealers out there. Wish there was a good one in Oregon not the crooks down the road. I did take RVW financing and got a $5000 discount. It was 20 years at 4% with $4K down from USA Bank which locally my bank could not match. So another win by buying on line. Did yours include full body paint along with everything else?
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Yep, full-body paint. See my avatar. Not everyone wants to get financing. So RVW's pricing isn't all that much lower. We found 3 or 4 new fully optioned 3051S RVs at $79-$80k around the country. We bought the closest one with the interior we liked the best. Luckily, it was only 250 mi away.
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Old 09-01-2015, 12:49 PM   #19
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It appears that there are some good dealers out there. Wish there was a good one in Oregon not the crooks down the road. I did take RVW financing and got a $5000 discount. It was 20 years at 4% with $4K down from USA Bank which locally my bank could not match. So another win by buying on line. Did yours include full body paint along with everything else?
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Does the RVW financing require a minimum number of months before you can pay it off? We planned to pay cash for our MH when we buy it, but if we can save 5K by financing and then pay it off in a year, that might be the way to go.
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RVW told me $4k discount if they finance. They ask you to keep loan for 1 year before you pay it off.
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