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Old 08-31-2013, 02:03 PM   #21
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There is perhaps another way to interpret the current prices. The number of coaches for sale rises and falls during the year with the peak typically being in the spring. I believe I've seen this pattern for all coaches through the years including Newells. The sellers have various asking prices for similar coaches. I'm guessing the lower priced ones sell first and the higher priced ones hang around. Since the flow of Newell coaches is never great the number on the market goes down and the asking prices goes up as we move forward from springtime. If you look at the posting dates in the classifieds here you will notice that the listed coaches have been on the market for awhile with few exceptions. Patience is a virtue for both sellers and buyers.
Jon well said. I agree with you.
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Old 08-31-2013, 02:06 PM   #22
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I never thought I'd own anything but a Newell after the service we got with ours. We just couldn't justify the price. For now we will enjoy our Travel Supreme but some day I'd love to get back in a Newell. The quality and toughness is unmatched. Whoever buys our 91 will be getting a wonderful coach.
I say enjoy the open road in your luxury coach if it's a Newell coach, a Travel Supreme, Prevost or other.
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Old 09-09-2013, 12:34 AM   #23
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I have listed my 1996 for sale with pictures on ebay. I am selling for 99K with lots of extra stuff. I would sale my 2004 quad slide for 399K and kept the 1996 if someone want the 04. Contact me for many pictures and a list of the upgrades that have been done on both coaches.
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