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 7/24/2007 5:44 PM
 
Hi everybody!
I'm new to the forum but not new to RVing. I've rented a few Class Cs and recently sold my LazyDaze (just too darned big!) and I'm just about to pull the trigger on a Roadtrek 170. If I buy it, it will mean flying to Boston and getting to Cape Cod someway and driving it back to Montana. I will prolly do that solo.
Wondering if any of you out there have any interesting information on Roadtreks?
Thanks. Keep the magic alive!
eKat
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 7/25/2007 1:03 AM
 
Guy. . . . doesn't anybody have anything to say about Roadtreks?
:-)
Please?
Keep the magic alive!
eKat This message was edited by eKat on 7-25-07 @ 5:19 PM
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 7/25/2007 8:50 AM
 
Howdy and welcome to our Forum. We are SO happy to have you join us, and to post! Keep on coming back!!!
I don't own a Roadtrek, but know thanks to its aerodynamic shape and lower overall size and weight, Roadtreks are not fuel guzzlers. They are smaller and easier to park..also low to the ground which gives more stability on the highways. Also have read 2007 brought a diesel model to the lineup.
We have had many types of RV's...never a B, and now we have a travel trailer. We SO enjoy traveling in our own home away from home!!
I know you'll enjoy your new RV....and wish you many miles of wonderful travel, racking up lots of memories to file in your memory bank!!
Please keep coming back and be one of our frequent posters, so we get to know and enjoy you!! :) Joella everyday I learn something, everyday I forget something , Maximum memory has been reached !

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 7/25/2007 6:19 PM
 
Hey, thanks, Joella!
I'm on hold waiting for the "go" on this Roadtrek. I was seconds away from sending a deposit and the owner (miles away in CA) didn't know somebody was driving from RI to MA to see it. . . so I'm on hold til we see if this guy buys it or not. If he doesn't, I'll book a flight and head to Boston SOON!
Wish me luck!
:-)
In the mean time if any of youz know of a nice, sorta new Roadtrek 170 for sale, keep me in mind!
Keep the MAGIC alive! Keep the magic alive!
eKat
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 7/25/2007 9:29 PM
 
I will keep my fingers crossed for you!! However, if this purchase doesn't pan out....THIS ONE simply wasn't meant to be...and perhaps for some reason or another, is a good thing it worked out this way!
At that point, Do a Google search for another. I did look for you in the RV America All RV sales (advertised top of the page) and they have none listed.
Good luck! You will find a wonderful unit.
Joella

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 7/25/2007 10:40 PM
 
just want to say welcome I don't know anything about Roadtrek, but I have seen a few on the road. Ava, Bandit and Gracie from the desert of arizona, where the wind blows and the tumbleweeds roll

Ava from the desert of Arizona, where the wind blows and the tumbleweeds roll
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 7/26/2007 12:21 AM
 
Welcome, eKat -
Check out Craigslist.com for the area near home (or any other area, for that matter). Just click on RV and the state, etc. Also RV Trader.com Sounds like you haven't actually seen the one you are thinking of flying out to buy. If you are still determined to get that one, I hope it all works out for you. If you don't get it, just know that your perfect rig is out there - you just have to find it. Good Luck.
Evie and fur people, Spike & Pia

Evie driving Flitter, 26' Itasca Spirit with furry co-pilot, Elsa
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 7/26/2007 12:32 AM
 
I think Liz has a Roadtrek. I'm sure she will reply when she sees your post. She and her SIL went from Florida to I think Washington State this summer.
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 7/26/2007 7:22 AM
 
Hi!
I don't own a roadtrek, but camped next to one for a few days last summer. They are a neat little van and the sorage is amazing. It seemed like every nook and cranny was designed to be useful. The couple that had it raved about it and also the gas mileage they got was good compared to other small rigs.
Good luck, and let us know your decision!
Cedar Adirondack Mts. in NY '02 Ford Escape '04 Chalet Arrowhead (C-->)
"One's world expands and contracts in direct proportion to one's courage"....Anais Nin.
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 7/26/2007 1:03 PM
 
eKat, I was on a lot in Coos Bay Oregon yesterday and they have a 03 Traillite B+, 22 foot, with a slide. Didn't go inside, but it's on a Chevy chassis. It's on consignment, they are asking 49,999. Not sure were Traillite stacks up against RoadTrek.... but I see a fair amount of them on the road here. good luck with your search. "Don't believe everything you think"
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