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Old 03-27-2017, 09:47 PM   #29
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My 2000 37g is still going strong. Ive been looking for a newer model but the prices are through the roof. Until I find a good deal on a dp, I will keep running my older Adventurer. I have two friends with newer diesel pushers and my Adventurer has some features that their coaches dont. Mine has pretty much all the extras you would want. (almost lol)
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Old 03-28-2017, 04:51 PM   #30
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33V Adventurer & Workhorse

Ours is an '06 with 80k. Very happy.
Only replacements=tires and brakes.
Some minor self done fixes such as releveling the HWH jack control, tape on roof line (better than recaulking IMO), entry door rattle, fan in refer vent.
Oh yes, installed better water pump. Am one who hates the decals. We travel at least 60 days a year.
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Old 04-05-2017, 03:18 PM   #31
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where are they?

I agree that there are not many 2012 and newer used out there. We have a 2014 37F and we are looking to trade "up" to a DP. We are looking at a Thor Venetian with a floor plan we really like. I have been trying to get an idea of what our Adventurer is worth so we can really see how much it will actually cost us to switch. I entered our numbers into the NADA estimator but I would rather see real prices on the resale side. Anyone know where I might find some "real" numbers?
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Old 04-05-2017, 08:26 PM   #32
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I agree that there are not many 2012 and newer used out there. We have a 2014 37F and we are looking to trade "up" to a DP. We are looking at a Thor Venetian with a floor plan we really like. I have been trying to get an idea of what our Adventurer is worth so we can really see how much it will actually cost us to switch. I entered our numbers into the NADA estimator but I would rather see real prices on the resale side. Anyone know where I might find some "real" numbers?
Goggle your model and year and add for sale. Not all the ads will be totally current, but some of them will be. Rvtrader is another option. Rvt.com is another.
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Old 04-09-2017, 08:22 PM   #33
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At long last!! Here are a few photos from when I took delivery on Friday. We are looking forward to our first camping trip!

https://mobilemosers.com/2017/04/09/...ur-adventurer/
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Old 04-09-2017, 08:46 PM   #34
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She's a beaut! Congrats and safe travels!

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Thanks, W.D. !
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Enjoy. It's very nice.
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Enjoy. It's very nice.


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So some people do buy the new Adventurers! Congrats!
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Thanks, gosman! One more on the road and I saw two others at the dealer.
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Old 04-10-2017, 12:22 PM   #40
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WE love our Adventurer 35U if we buy another it will be another Winnebago most likely an Adventurer. Congrtats on the new rig. Safe Travels
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WE love our Adventurer 35U if we buy another it will be another Winnebago most likely an Adventurer. Congrtats on the new rig. Safe Travels


Thanks! Wishing you safe travels to you, too!
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I agree that there are not many 2012 and newer used out there. We have a 2014 37F and we are looking to trade "up" to a DP. We are looking at a Thor Venetian with a floor plan we really like. I have been trying to get an idea of what our Adventurer is worth so we can really see how much it will actually cost us to switch. I entered our numbers into the NADA estimator but I would rather see real prices on the resale side. Anyone know where I might find some "real" numbers?
$90-100k is about all the dealers in Texas will give you on trade. Been there, done that with my 2015 Adventurer 38Q towards the DP trade. Sucked. Just turned over 10k miles and the RV has been garage kept since I bought it in late 2014. Still looks pretty new if someone is interested.
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