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Due diligence! I looked for used values.... none found. How many units have they produced? Dan
I live close to them and have toured their factory. Quality was good and can custom build to your desire. I have not driven a Ghost, but really like the model and would give it strong consideration if it was in my price range. Good luck.
The Winnebago is currently available at our local Winnebago Dealer, the Viper must be ordered and is 8-10 weeks out. The Viper can be modified in manufacturing to our specific needs and desires. We can eliminate the dinette and have two Lambright Recliners installed ($2,500.00)
Mike,Several years ago a large Winny dealer, LaMesa, told me that they wouldn't do modifications, but that they would do deletes - ie ship with no dinette. This is from a salesman and he didn't every say how much credit $$ would be given. Since I didn't order the coach I have no way of knowing if what the salesman said is actually true.ken
Oscar Mike and all,I checked out the "C's" and found the holding tanks for black and grey were small 20 gallons. Not a problem if your hooked up but would be one if your boondocking.
Too new of a company for my blood.... They have a nice product: my issue would be cash flow, something I know you know alot about. How small is their fine print? My crystal ball says the Winne is a better overall bet. Good luck Dan
John, Congratulations!I'm sure that you and Susan will be happy with the new Nexus. Keep us posted.ken
Congrats on the new RV! We looked at the Winnebago Views but found the cargo carrying capacities were way too low for us. In some cases less than 1000lbs. After we added our weights and factored in some of the other weights, there was very little extra we could take along. Other than that we really liked the Winnerbago models. Post some pics of the interior if you would be so kind.
John,Congratulations on the new RV. I too bought my RV at Findlay. The sales guys were great, however, the service department has been terrible. Their ability to follow through with timely service is the absolute worst I have ever seen. If you have your new rig serviced at Findlay, be sure to stay on top of them as to ensure yours does not spend a month in the shop (which is where mine has been for the last month still waiting for repairs to be performed).
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