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Old 06-10-2015, 09:43 PM   #71
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Hi Steve,
Yes they took a credit card over the phone.
It's all good! If a trailer is what you want all of these forum Escape owners can't be wrong!
And Donna D... We just didn't have 7 years to wait! LOL!
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Old 06-10-2015, 10:42 PM   #72
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Why delay the inevitable?
Exactly. Or in the words of the Borg, "Resistance is useless. You will be assimilated."
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Old 06-10-2015, 10:47 PM   #73
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Steve,
We called them last fall, and used a credit card, no problem. We got a decent exchange rate as well.
I just checked XE.com and $500 Canadian is less than $410 American at the moment. That's a pretty cheap place holder for an excellent product.
And, as I told them in my last email to them, they're the best company I have ever, ever done business with.
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Old 06-10-2015, 11:38 PM   #74
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I happen to like the rat fur in my Scamp. It deadens sounds, it's mold/stain and moisture resistent and doesn't hold odors. IF there would have been an option of rat fur or vinyl in Ten Forward, I would have chosen the rat fur. Obviously YMMV
We second Donna's comment. If given a choice, we would also have chosen "rat fur". There is a lot of science to recommend spun, fibrous materials for a wall covering over vinyl.
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We second Donna's comment. If given a choice, we would also have chosen "rat fur". There is a lot of science to recommend spun, fibrous materials for a wall covering over vinyl.
You can have the science, I'll take the smooth washable walls..lol. Its more about the look than the function for me. Can't stand how it looks.
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You can have the science, I'll take the smooth washable walls..lol. Its more about the look than the function for me. Can't stand how it looks.
Ditto.
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Old 06-10-2015, 11:45 PM   #77
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Hi Steve,
Yes they took a credit card over the phone.
It's all good! If a trailer is what you want all of these forum Escape owners can't be wrong!
And Donna D... We just didn't have 7 years to wait! LOL!
I plan to make that fateful call tomorrow. Life is short!
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Old 06-10-2015, 11:49 PM   #78
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You can have the science, I'll take the smooth washable walls..lol. Its more about the look than the function for me. Can't stand how it looks.
What does it look like? It sounds really strange, to say the least. Anyone have photos?
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I plan to make that fateful call tomorrow. Life is short!
There. That wasn't so hard now was it?
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I plan to make that fateful call tomorrow. Life is short!
Good thinking. There are older posts on this forum of people who had to sell their trailers because of health problems. And I will never forget the elderly couple who were walking out the door of the Casita showroom and saying sadly that they had waited to long. Loren
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