If you have a short attention span - this is the short version: This sound like a decent price on a 2014 Flagstaff T12 RB? $10,895 - can probably get them down a bit.
*Discount RV Sales - Metro Atlanta, GA
Still here? OK - hereís the long version:
Hey all! Popup camper here looking into joining the ranks of the A Frame owners. I love my little popup, but am getting a little tired of the setup it takes and the worries about mildew if it should rain on the last day of the trip. I really like the easy towing / low profile of a popup though. So - A frame, right? Right.
Until recently I was looking only at Aliners. There is a dealer locally and, though the selection was limited, an Aliner Scout was in my price range and - bare bones as it was - it would work for me. The dealer could install (at a cost, of course) some of the options I was interested in. A window in the door? Thatíll be extra. Front and rear stabilizers? Thatíll be extra. (it only comes with the rear stabilizers). Diamond plate on the front? Nope - not available in that model. You get the picture.
Today I stopped at another local camper dealer after noticing online they had some Flagstaff A Frames. I have four words for what I saw.
ARE. YOU. KIDDING. ME.
Everything I wanted from the bare bones Aliner and way more. Heating and AC. Stereo. Front and rear stabilizers. Microwave. A handle bar for entry. Padding over the door in case I hit my head (they thought of everything!). Diamond plate - check. The bed is not a bunch of foam cushions from the Ďsofaí, itís an actual mattress and itís HEATED! Outdoor shower, nice looking wheels (Iím superficial that way - but also not available on the Aliner), roof/exhaust fan.
Iím thinking this is the way to go. Anyone have any input for me? Things to watch out for or check on before I take the plunge? Thanks in advance and happy camping to all!
Dave in Atlanta