Originally Posted by Rose
Thank you for the plethora of information. Because of it we were able to make our purchase with confidence. When we got it home we found more things wrong than we anticipated, not surprisingly, so were glad that we didn't pay more. The next day a couple saw it from the highway two houses away, found our driveway, and asked to see it. They made an offer but not worth mentioning. But, wow! We are guardedly excited about the new venture, but are planning on using it as we redo it so part of the experience will be fun. Thanks again. Rose
Sorry I missed your starting post on this Thread - was and still am really busy with publishing two books right now so I don't hang out too much.
But to think I almost missed a fellow GT69 - That makes 4 I know of and one possible on this forum.
We paid a nice round figure of 4500usd for ours - but then she was in pretty good shape - although Overlander64 is right the costs can still run a pretty penny when all is said and done. We were prepared to drop about 10K CND for a trailer - so we thought half on a vintage Airstream with the rest in refurbs might be a little more fun that buying newer SOB (simple oblique box - or some other brand)
I'm a gabber but love to help where I can - so feel free to fire off any questions - we have taken extensive photographs of our trailer from start to long time to come finish.
We are heading down to the Florida State Rally - Sarasota in a few weeks - stopping in at another fellow GT 69 owner on the way. maybe you might have a chance to visit a few days at the Rally - just say you are one of Quadruplets
Welcome to the forums - and remember NO question is a dumb one!
When can we see some pictures???? Post em quick so we can have a GT fix
It is always a blue sky when a GT 69 is close by!