It’s not just a myth!!! They really do exist!!!
We started this deal in late July, but the dealer had to order one. After a few miscues along the way the dealer finally got the trailer in! I got the chance to check it out yesterday afternoon, we then confirmed all the numbers, got the loan approved and will sign papers and do the PDI this Saturday at 11 am. I’ll try and remember to take the camera along and take some pics. I’ll post ‘em the first chance I get.
I feel the dealer, Leisure Time RV in OKC, has dealt with me fairly, honestly and has done a good job overall even when you consider it has taken a while to get the trailer. I had my current trailer serviced by them and they did OK. They will check all systems, electric, gas & water, clean the unit inside and out, then spend 2 to 2½ hours with us on the PDI.
The trailer is a 2011 LaCrosse 303 RKS Touring Edition by Prime Time. FR’s new division.
Prime Time Manufacturing, Manufacturers of travel trailers and fifth wheels
Advantage Package (mandatory)
Power Plus Package (mandatory)
Touring Edition Package (free upgrade deal)
Standing Table & Chairs (no charge & with the max super slide there‘s plenty of room to pull the chairs out from the table)
MSRP - $39,562 (includes free upgrade prices)
Selling Price - $26,900 (all fees included, no hidden cost)
The trailer is really nice. When I checked it out yesterday, about 30 minutes, everything looked good. I opened all cabinets and drawers, ran both slides in and out and did a walk around on the outside. I couldn’t find anything wrong. The carpet and fabric is much better than I have now. Love the way the High Gloss Fiberglass looks. Loaded with features, keyless entry with key pad (like your car),
slam shut baggage doors, large 8 cubic foot refrigerator, outside swing away grill mount on rear bumper and beautiful E Stone Solid Surface counter tops. Jensen sound system and an Omni HD directional antennae, so I won’t have to worry about cranking it up and down or leaving it up when I leave the campground. There’s more, just too many to mention.
Our plans are to bring it home Saturday afternoon, start packing everything in and if the weather cooperates (long range forecast - highs in the low 70’s and lows in the low 50’s)
we’ll have a 4 day camping trip starting Veterans Day. Probably be the only one for the remainder of this year, but it’s better than nothing.