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  1. 2020 New Horizons Majestic M40RL3S. Full body paint with slide out end designs, Slide Toppers, Triple axel 8K MorRyde I/S suspension axles with electric/ Kodiak Hydraulic disk brakes and serviceable bearings. Goodyear G114 H rated tires, 2 – 40 lb. LP Tanks w/ Built in Gauges and Auto Switch-Over, 6500W LP Onan Generator with Auto Gen Start, 1300 Watt Solar System (Incl. Magnum PT100 Controller), 4 6 volt AGM batteries, MSH-3012 Hybrid Inverter w/Remote Mon & Battery Monitor, Energy Management Sys (Progressive HW50C) w/Remote Panel, Whole Coach Water Filtration System, plumbed in whole house water softener system, 3 AC units “2 with heat pumps”, 2- TWO-STAGE furnaces (25,000/40,000 BTU), Tank flush outs on both grey AND black water tanks, Fresh Water Electric Hose Reel w/ Hose, Powered cord reel for 50 amp power cord, Suburban 16 Gallon Water Heater, Voyager rear and side camera Sys (Truck monitor not included ), Rear receiver hitch-300lb capacity, Mud flaps for rear, Keyless Entry Door System, We Boost Cell Phone Booster, 2 Maxx Fan’s w/ Built in Rain Cover’s and remotes, Color Coordinated Rock Guard, Stacked Whirlpool washer/dryer, Opti Flame Electric Fireplace, Oil Rubbed Bronze Faucets/Fixtures, Solid Wood Pocket Doors Between Bath & Bedroom, Vessel Sink w/High Rise Faucet in Bathroom, Kitchen Sink Upgraded to Single Bowl Composite, Hand Scraped Hickory Flooring everywhere including in slides, King Bed “we will keep our mattress”, 50" Samsung TV in bedroom, 55: Samsung TV in Livingroom with sound bar and swing arm, Upgraded Corian countertops "Marth Stewart collection”, Raised Panel Rustic Cherry cabinets with walnut stain, pullouts in pantry, soft close doors and drawers, 3x6 Genuine tumbled marble tile backsplash (Kitchen and Main Bath) with Artista glass accent, Accent lighting in crown molding in bedroom and living areas, Fisher Paykel dishwasher with wood Front panel, Furrion Induction Cooktop, Maytag Refrigerator with ice and water in the door, Whirlpool Convection microwave, ceiling fan, Winegard "Trav'ler 1000" Sat System for Dish, Exterior Entertainment center w/40" TV/Swing Arm and sound bar, 2 Carefree of Colorado electric patio awnings Firefly Integrations System. Ok, I could go on and on until I run out of letters for this ad but you get the idea, this is a special RV. On top of everything it’s still under warrantee and it will be available for pick up in April which REALLY makes sense and should be great benefit for the buyer because we will take it to the New Horizons factory in Kansas and have whatever punch list items that might need to be taken care of done right as you take delivery. That way you KNOW you are getting a unit that is in tip top shape, how often does that come along? **We are also somewhat flexible, If you don't want the generator or the solar panels and controller we would be willing to have New Horizons take them out during pickup and adjust the price accordingly. ** Let’s see, you get a RV made by one of if not the top RV manufacture in the United States that has just been gone through by the factory itself (check). You are going to get a fully loaded RV for 10’s of thousands of dollars less than you could possibly have one built for (check). Hmm, I’m not sure why you haven’t called yet do you? Feel free to ask for pictures and I will be happy to provide a bunch to serious inquirers. $190,000
  2. We changed our plans due to COVID and cancelled all of our reservations so we had to wing it this summer. even though we were told by more than 1 campground that it has been crazy busy we still never had any issues finding a campground but we do plan at least a week in advance.
  3. We are very close to coming to a deal on a new and longer New Horizon which means our 40' 2020 Majestic could be up for sale before long. Feel free to drop a message if you know of anyone that might be interested.
  4. New Horizon build a solid unit for sure and one that will last many many years if maintained. I don't know if you are looking at NH specifically or a Toy Hauler only but I do know of a 40' 2020 NH that's about to go on the market.
  5. Yup, I've forgot my mask but now carry spares. What gets me once in the store is the people that use the mask as a key to get in and then take it off. The stores should have a way to enforce that as well.
  6. Even though we tend to always buy new everything and have for years I can tell you one thing for sure, every RV we have owned has become better than new after we owned it for a year. In fact the New Horizon that we have now that we picked up a year ago April is at this time in better shape now than it was the day we picked it up from the factory. It's just the way it is. We are now thinking about selling our current 5th wheel and building a longer one and one of the things holding us back is having to start that "getting through the first year" stage. Well along with the big first year hit we will encounter LOL!!
  7. Is your outside unit 110 or 220V? We were thinking about selling our current New Horizon and building a new longer one and Mini Splits were on our radar but the system they install is 220V so now I'm not so sure. Part of the reason I'm not so sure is that the inverter they install will not do 220V so I would need to handle that after market because I would want to be able to use them while off grid. AND for those times we are hooked up to 30 amp I would still want to use them so it would need to be off batteries.
  8. We are pondering selling our New Horizon this coming winter, but only to build a new and bigger unit.
  9. We will roll in probably the 9th for our appointment on the 10th, I'm sure we will bump into each other. Well a social distancing bump LOL!!
  10. Well, we did talk to them about the possibility of a trade but like you, the numbers were not even close, not even in the same country close. The selling of a used New Horizon I'm afraid caters to a pretty small market and we don't want to own TWO New Horizons at the same time LOL!! Oh man, your new rig will just miss the rally!!
  11. Yup, you are probably right and I think if we do it we will go with NH again. We are in a 40' now and think we want to go 44'. We will be at NH early next month for our just over a year warranty run and will no doubt talk to them about our options. The bummer is they don't do trades.
  12. We switched from a Class A to a 5th wheel and wanted something as stout or at least as close as we could get to what we were accustomed to in a Class A so after much research we ended up going with a New Horizons even though we (I) really wanted to save the money and go with a DRV. But after touring both factories we bellied up and and paid. Now, it's crazy" but we are wanting to go bigger and once again I look at DRV because building a new rig and then selling within 2 years is not a very financially sound thing to do and by switching from a New Horizon to a DRV would dampen the sting BUT, I don't think we can make ourselves do it. We find ourselves coming to the same choice of going with another New Horizons, that must say something about them.
  13. We hunkered down in our winter location in Casa Grande Arizona 2 month longer than we normally do because of the virus and cancelled all of our summer plans that had us in popular tourist spots like Yellowstone, Cody and on and on. But we did escape the worst heat and moved north in Arizona to a remote area. We now plan to move into Colorado to sit a spell and then to Kansas to have some warrantee work done on our rig and then back to Colorado. We do still have reservations to return to Casa Grande Arizona on November 1st but what happens virus wise will dictate if we actually do that. We might end up in Q as well but then I think about what to do if a person gets sick there, not much offered for help in that area. Dig a hole and crawl in I guess.
  14. It's been a couple years since we stayed there so it might have changed but at that time it was air rifle and pistol only.
  15. Keep in mind its a air rifle range.
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