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Old 12-21-2015, 08:58 PM   #21
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We are also newbies and have just order a new 2016 28' flying cloud twin. After call and getting prices from three dealers in Florida. We bought from Orlando RV (Andrew) I got a little over 21% discount. We can't wait for our new addition. Good luck
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Old 12-21-2015, 09:22 PM   #22
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We are also newbies and have just order a new 2016 28' flying cloud twin. After call and getting prices from three dealers in Florida. We bought from Orlando RV (Andrew) I got a little over 21% discount. We can't wait for our new addition. Good luck
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Op was talking about a used AS, not new.
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Old 12-23-2015, 10:45 AM   #24
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We bought a year old Airstream 19" FC from Colonial in 2012 after shopping around. The price was very fair, and both Patrick and David were a pleasure to deal with. We enjoyed going to NJ from CO to pick her up and bring her home as our first road trip. Earlier this year, we sold her and bought a 2016 23FB. This time, though, we bought locally as the dealer easily beat the best price we were quoted by Colonial; it seems that the market has softened a little since our first purchase(note that Airstream is offering factory discounts on remaining 2015's). That said, if we lived anywhere near Colonial, we would definitely do business with Patrick again; he really knows Airstream and they don't play games. Oh, and the service and parts departments are first class in our experience.
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