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  1. Post it on every site you can think of. I used RVTrader ... RVT.com ... Craigslist ... Facebook MarketPlace ... Ebay. Ultimately the serious buyers came from RVtrader. It is the largest and most expensive to advertise. That gives the serious buyer peace of mind knowing that the seller isn't a scam, since you have to pay $$$ to advertise. Most of the stupid questions and ridiculously low offers came from the free sites. From placing the 1st ad, to a serious deposit took approx a month, May 2019. Good Luck !
  2. New Price $47,800 Lots of pics on Craigslist for Louisville, KY Also on RVtrader.com and RVT.com, search for class C in zip code 47122.
  3. Thanks, the overhead bunk is large, and probably is a queen. I wasn't sure and was being conservative in the description.
  4. SOLD 6/10/2019 2017 Sunseeker 2250LE ... asking $47,800 Excellent condition, like new, We are original owners, purchased Sept 2017. Chevrolet Express 4500, with 6.0L engine and chassis still under warranty. More pics at bottom of thread, couldn't add them in original post ... Also pics on Craigslist ... for Louisville, KY ...... RVtrader.com ....... RVT.com ... search for class C in zip code 47122.At 25' in length, this is small enough to drive and camp nearly anywhere. All standard amenities in this model. Could sleep 4-6 depending on number of adults & children. Lightly used by two adults. Garage stored year round when not camping. Winterized, cleaned, washed and waxed, fresh oil change Nov 2018. De-winterized last week, ready to start camping today. You will not find a cleaner used unit. If you have been looking, you already know good clean used inventory is rare and overpriced. This Sunseeker is only 2 years old with low miles.These are well equipped, entry-level class C with some great amenities ... Fiberglass roof, Onan generator, Power awning, Rear ladder, Three roof vents, Rear back-up camera, Ceiling duct a/c, Gas/elec water heater, Arctic Pack tank heat, Queen bed in rear slide with thick Denver Mattress brand, Queen bed in overhead bunk, Dinette booth converts to bed, Three burner stove with oven and glass cover, Microwave, Cable TV and antennae, USB ports, Large kitchen sink, Vinyl flooring (no carpet), chrome wheel covers (not shown in pic).In addition to the standard equipment, we added Max Air vent covers, and roof seams sealed with EternaBond.All of the original factory issues have been repaired, this RV is now hassle-free.The fine print:I am not a dealer, I cannot finance you, I will not take payments, I will not take trades, You cannot test it overnight. We can meet at a convenient location for your thorough inspection in the Louisville, KY area.You can save thousands. You can avoid the time and hassle at the dealerships. No games or gimmicks or up-selling unnecessary additions. This RV is priced to sell. You will look at NADA pricing, here is what you will find:Suggested List - $78,400 ..... Low Retail - $43,600 ..... Average Retail - $52,500
  5. Is this still in the UP, or en-route to FL ?
  6. We've owned a class B for a few years. A Phoenix Cruiser 2350 on the MB/Dodge Sprinter chassis, probably just like yours. Unless its the 2400 in that pic. Sold that to get the Lazy Daze. The 2910 isn't the floor plan for us. Thanks for all the info so far !
  7. I guess the question is, will it really be an upgrade ? I am at least 10 years form retirement, so we won't be living on the road. My job does allow for at least one month long trip and other smaller trips throughout the year. Enough of that ... We currently own a 2006 27' Lazy Daze class C. Biggest complaints are the ride and making a bed up from sofas every night. New tires and an airlift suspension MIGHT improve the ride, but we will always be converting a sofa to a bed. We found a small (28') class A in a floor-plan that would suit our needs. The class A should have a better ride. And of course, the king bed is ideal. My fear is we will be disappointed in the remainder of the RV compared to the Lazy Daze. It is easy to find negative info about almost any RV on the internet (except for a few brands), so it is difficult to make an accurate assessment of a particular unit. Anyone have recent experience with a small Forest River class A (Georgetown G3 series) ? Would love to hear your thoughts. Good, Bad or indifferent ... Thanks, BC
  8. Not Always, but of what has been discussed, Lazy Daze has been the best for us. I won't even list the numerous 5th wheel trailers that we have owned. We have previous ownership experience with Phoenix Cruiser, BT Cruiser and now a Lazy Daze. If TxCowboy got lucky and found a used one, that would be a good buy. Ours is a 2006 rear bath model. 26RB. It is great for 2 adults, and our dog & cat. We have spent 2 months up and down the east coast in it, with only one return to home for a few weeks of work. If you are looking for something maneuverable BUT comfortable when parked, I highly recommend the 26RB. I think there is only a couple for sale nationwide on rvtrader. Ours is NOT one of them, there's nothing we've seen to replace it. And by the way TxCowboy ... We must be weird too. In addition to the Lazy Daze, we own a Jayco 5th wheel that we plan on taking to FL in the winter. But it will stay there since we will spend months there at a time. The class C we use for "local" trips of shorter duration. Crazy huh ? BC
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