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1  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: 2551 and 2552 in Houston, Texas on: February 26, 2014, 12:41:19 pm

first the 2551   2009  asking 54,900.

http://www.campingworld.com/rvsales/Class-C-Motorhomes/2009/Phoenix-Cruiser/295770/

Was in very good shape, has 25,k miles, couple of things need to be fixed, has the sani-con system, levelers, inverter, wood floors, cherry wood, dealer started the genie, advised that they had replaced the AC unit. Looks like it has been stored indoors, paint excellent, decals excellent.Has the slide with couch/bed... Did not drive it, just wanted to look at it. Dealer said they were ready to deal?/ of course they all are,,, if really interested, let me know will give a more detail report

Hi David -- I know it's been awhile, but do you happen to remember what the "couple of things needed to be fixed" on this unit were?

Interesting that this 2551 appears not to have sold yet they have raised the asking price since you went to see it months ago!

Thanks!
Emily
2  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Are you a complete newbie like me? on: September 09, 2013, 01:12:58 pm
Thanks, Judi!

My grandparents lived in Ft. Myers for decades, so I am familiar with that part of Florida.  We'd love to camp at Long Key State Park one day -- we visited there when we were renting a small cottage on Conch Key (to sail daily on a lovely little 19-footer).  We used to own a Catalina 30 but never lived aboard.

We are planning to tow our Honda CR-V so want to stay under 30' for our motorhome if we possibly can, but I agree the 2910 is a lovely floorplan!  We definitely want either twin beds or a walkaround queen -- we could not live with a side queen because of  one of us having to crawl out over the other in the middle of the night to potty.  That would be a dealbreaker.   LOL

Emily
3  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Are you a complete newbie like me? on: September 09, 2013, 09:40:12 am
Thanks Tom, I just might do that!   I do appreciate the tip.

 ThankYou

Emily
4  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Are you a complete newbie like me? on: September 08, 2013, 07:37:49 pm
Thanks, Judi -- good to hear your experience!   Cheers

I see from your sig that you are on your third PC -- that's quite a testimony for the brand.  We have never owned an RV, but the PC looks like a very high quality model for us, and the floorplans are the best I've found in much internet research.  I'm really looking forward to seeing one in person.  I think the 2552 is the one that will suit us best...for now, at least! 

Emily
5  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Are you a complete newbie like me? on: September 07, 2013, 09:02:25 pm
Thanks, Mike!

I happen to love Wisconsin and think it's a beautiful state, actually lived there for a bit, so I won't avoid it, but I'll be careful.  And I've got family in NC and travel back and forth to Florida, so SC is unavoidable from time to time.  Once again, I'll be careful.  I don't drink and drive and expect most officers would be understanding about a motorhome that happens to have wine in a fridge, so long as the driver has not been drinking.  It's good to know about these things to be prepared, but being overly paranoid is probably not necessary. 

Emily  Cheers
6  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Are you a complete newbie like me? on: September 07, 2013, 01:08:00 pm
Thanks Mike -- I found your very detailed and thorough post helpful as I am indeed a complete newbie to RVing and do not yet own a PC or any other rig but am researching now.  I've cut/pasted it off into a file to look at later.

As for the open container laws in various states, that's something I hadn't given any thought to yet, but I wonder if the rules apply to boxed wines that have been opened and are stored either in the fridge or a cabinet?  I thought that boxed wines would be convenient for RVing, but if carrying them along is illegal in some states, I guess that wouldn't work.   Cry

Emily
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