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Old 01-12-2013, 08:46 AM   #1
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We went to the RV show in Mercedes Tx. yesterday and were pleasantly surprised to find two Redwoods there. A dealer from Corpus had a GK with the new paint and a FL with standard paint. Both were priced in th 90's which seemed like good prices. There was a lady sitting in the GK who was letting everyone know that her husband was outside making a deal on the trailer and " He better git er done cause this is the one I want". So there maybe a new Redwood owner here in the valley this morning. I wouldn't want to be in his shoes if he didn't make it happen!
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Old 01-12-2013, 09:50 AM   #2
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My advice is continue to shop around for a better price. Unless prices have escalated exponentially, you should be able to pick one up for the low to mid 70's depending on the model. Add the generator and washer/dryer options and you should still be in the low 80's. Add another 10 to 11K for the full paint option. Some people have done even better than that depending on how hungry the dealer is.
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Old 01-12-2013, 10:33 AM   #3
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You should definitely shop around. We got our '13 36rl with w/d, dw, cent vac, generator, fireplace, oven + convection microwave, 3 fans + ceiling fan, ottoman, larger tires & wheels, disc brakes, 4 door frige w/ icemaker, air hitch, and I can't remember what else (just about everything available except paint) which listed around $125,000 for just under $70,000! It wasn't on the lot, it was a special order.
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Old 01-12-2013, 10:39 AM   #4
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Those are amazing deals. I found our 2012 RW34SK (no longer in production) at Lazydays Tucson in October. They also made a great deal including $$$ for my trade-in.
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Old 01-12-2013, 11:30 AM   #5
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You should definitely shop around. We got our '13 36rl with w/d, dw, cent vac, generator, fireplace, oven + convection microwave, 3 fans + ceiling fan, ottoman, larger tires & wheels, disc brakes, 4 door frige w/ icemaker, air hitch, and I can't remember what else (just about everything available except paint) which listed around $125,000 for just under $70,000! It wasn't on the lot, it was a special order.
SueMar - I am on the market for an FL, with a leading in like that can you let us know whereyou made that purchase? Thanks!
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Old 01-12-2013, 12:36 PM   #6
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Folks, it wasn't me, we have a 2013 RL that we won't give up for anything. This lady had plunked down in the GK and I got the impression she wasn't leaving until it was hers. The husband was outside with the salesman working the deal, didn't try to eavesdrop so don't know what happened but I hope for his sake he got it done.
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Old 01-12-2013, 12:46 PM   #7
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Would you be open to sharing which dealer you were working with for the excellent deal you got? Thanks,
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Old 01-12-2013, 03:26 PM   #8
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Lazydays in Tampa. Tony Burgess was the salesman we worked with (over several months before we actually decided we were going go buy and that we were going to buy a RW). He always responded to phone calls or emails with questions. If he didn't know the answer, he still replied, telling us that he would get back to us as soon as he heard back from the factory rep. I don't think we ever waited more than 48 hours for an anaswer -- even if it had to go through thr rep. At the time we bought we were living in VT, so in addition to a better price than other dealers, they also had to make the price one we'd drive that distance for. They also threw in a $500 card for us to use to pay some ofthe expenses we incurred to travel that far to pick it up. Despite the low price, we were treated like royalty there. Going back there for some warranty work next week. Hopefully we'll be treated equally as well! Brian sugested that we use Tradewinds in Ocala for the warranty work (I'm not sure why, Tampa wasn't that much further). It took them 6 weeks to get a pantry door Brian said was in stock and could be there in 5 days. Then, when we got to Ocala, they kept changing our appointment date until we finally had to leave the area because we had reservations at a campground on the Gulf and didn't want to lose any of our deposit. Will keep you posted.
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I would like to open up communications with Tony, would it be possible to get his email adress.

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Lazydays in Tampa. Tony Burgess was the salesman we worked with (over several months before we actually decided we were going go buy and that we were going to buy a RW). He always responded to phone calls or emails with questions. If he didn't know the answer, he still replied, telling us that he would get back to us as soon as he heard back from the factory rep. I don't think we ever waited more than 48 hours for an anaswer -- even if it had to go through thr rep. At the time we bought we were living in VT, so in addition to a better price than other dealers, they also had to make the price one we'd drive that distance for. They also threw in a $500 card for us to use to pay some ofthe expenses we incurred to travel that far to pick it up. Despite the low price, we were treated like royalty there. Going back there for some warranty work next week. Hopefully we'll be treated equally as well! Brian sugested that we use Tradewinds in Ocala for the warranty work (I'm not sure why, Tampa wasn't that much further). It took them 6 weeks to get a pantry door Brian said was in stock and could be there in 5 days. Then, when we got to Ocala, they kept changing our appointment date until we finally had to leave the area because we had reservations at a campground on the Gulf and didn't want to lose any of our deposit. Will keep you posted.
Thanks SueMar

I'll be calling him over the next few weeks to see what he'll do for a trade on a "BR". If it workout I'll buy a BR from him. I'll let him know where I got his name from just in case he wants to send something to you.



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