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View Poll Results: Build or Buy?
Build, it's worth every penny! 2 11.11%
Buy used if you can, if not Build to get what you want! 9 50.00%
Buy used, there are plenty of options and it's a lot cheaper! 4 22.22%
Who cares? Do whatever suits you. 2 11.11%
Other 1 5.56%
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Old 04-30-2007, 04:26 PM   #1
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Build or Buy (used)?

Can you get what you want used?

Any regrets forking out the $$$ for a new SMB?

Just a general request for opinions...
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Old 05-01-2007, 05:26 AM   #2
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build or buy

I bought new and got exactly what I asked for. :roll:
If I had any regrets it would be that for the money I could have had a pretty nice Class "A." :shock:
But then I'd've lost the versatility my SMB gives me. :? :
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Old 05-02-2007, 06:00 AM   #3
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Bought ours new, so far is evreything we hoped it would be plus more. Looked for about 6 months for a used one, but couldnt find anything that was near what we wanted. We didnt want the propane and water, which most of SMB have.
So went with a pretty basic unit. Just have the dinette/bed, closet, pantry, microwave and refrigerator. We have lots of storage under the dinette area. Being former tent campers for 35 years this is luxury for us.
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Old 05-22-2007, 06:04 PM   #4
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Buy Used First and then buy a new one

I've had a blast Modding my current Sporto.
I actually spent the extra amount I saved doing what I wanted to do.

If I do decide to upgrade, I would have Sportsmobile do the basics: Penthouse, 4x4 plus suspension, the Gaucho, Dynatrac (maybe) or Dana Pro-Rock 60
And then do the rest myself: Bumpers, Cabinets using Azek, Stove, 4CF Fridge,all the A/V Toys,etc
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