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Supporting Member of 4/08
Is it my imagination or is the price for Breakaways on the rise? Finding a bunch on the net, the asking prices are about $10,000 more than a years ago. Keep in mind these are asking prices, not selling prices. But that was true a year ago also.

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After researching these for the past year , I'm inclined to agree . Computer

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Could it be that due to the pandemic, the price of all motor homes, at least the decent ones, has increased? They are a safe place for a family to vacation.

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Again, keep in mind these are asking prices. Sadly, we get little as to actual selling prices. hmm

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