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Old 01-29-2015, 07:30 PM   #1
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What Happened to the 15??

Do not see the 15' Escape advertised on the Escape Web site?? Is this model going the way of the 13'??

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Old 01-29-2015, 07:35 PM   #2
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Do not see the 15' Escape advertised on the Escape Web site?? Is this model going the way of the 13'??

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Wow! It was there early this morning; I was showing it to someone.


Edit: Did a little more exploring. The 15 is still listed on the Home page; The 15 demo they just built is still for sale (bottom of the home page).
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Old 01-29-2015, 07:44 PM   #3
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It is still mentioned on the home page but not on the list of trailers. It also doesn't appear in the production schedule. If Escape is following the forum maybe Reace can comment/clarify.
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Oh my, the loss of this model would bring tears to my eyes as it was the only model I wanted when I was buying...I might have had to settle for something else. (Or maybe I would have gone elsewhere or done without.)
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Site is apparently being updated and should be together Monday.
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Old 01-30-2015, 03:53 PM   #6
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We are so with KarenH on this.....hope they never drop this perfect gem .....
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But as was stated elsewhere on this forum, the bigger trailers are easier to build and probably have a better profit margin. It's just business. Loren
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Oh my, the loss of this model would bring tears to my eyes as it was the only model I wanted when I was buying...I might have had to settle for something else. (Or maybe I would have gone elsewhere or done without.)
Ah, but that would make your's more rare and more folks would gather round and ask you about it.

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Oh my, the loss of this model would bring tears to my eyes as it was the only model I wanted when I was buying...I might have had to settle for something else. (Or maybe I would have gone elsewhere or done without.)
Hear, hear. Egbert is indeed a gem.
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But as was stated elsewhere on this forum, the bigger trailers are easier to build and probably have a better profit margin. It's just business. Loren
I think that we are here, as Escapees, because it is an outstanding trailer, AND (yes, a Big and ) Reace and Tammy run a business that is more than just the cash generation. They are truly involved, and enjoy being involved, in the iterations and the evolution of their babies.
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