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Old 04-09-2011, 09:12 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by detox View Post
Thank you David,

I see them but, they are out of my price range. I have a very limited budget. I was hoping to find one before my Son is born because I have a feeling that the money I have for a trailer will disappear once he makes his arrival.

Make it a great day,

This maybe?

1993 HI-LO TOWLITE for sale in La Feria, Texas -

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Old 07-30-2011, 02:27 PM   #22
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Well i'm real sorry to hear your not buying that hi-lo.If you look on mash RV there's like 2 - 78 hi-lo's like that one but in just a little better condition and their going for between $5500.00 -$7500.00 .You could buy it use it and if your not happy you could get a lot more than you paid that's for sure. My opinion is the things you said were wrong could be easily fixed with minor repairs,plus the newer hi-lo's ar'nt built with the 1' tubular steel .The rotted part could be fixed by removing it and replacing . See pix of mine here in my album,my ceiling had some water damage i sealed it and though i haven't got to replace it yet. it wont stop me from camping this year,same with that one the important stuff worked and the rest could be fixed later.Also my roof is a little wavy but its strong i stand on it and that wont make it leak.Your choice i'm not trying to beat a dead horse but i think you just passed up a very good hi-lo at an unbelievable price.I cant afford to spend a few grand on a camper so bought this and fix it as the money makes its self available.You will find that your going to spend a lot more $ on one that needs no work. Did you know the awning to replace the kind on it costs over a grand and the air conditioner costs close to $800.00 thats two things on the camper that cost over $1800.00 to by or replace.In the beginning i wanted a newer hi-lo but since i found my jewel ,i've decided i'm glad i've got an older classic,their built to last, The camper is 21' from bumper to hitch and 18' living space dry weight 4000 lbs. which means as long as your tow vehicle out weighs the camper your good to i wont preach to you anymore but if its still available i'd rethink your decision. You'll never find another deal like that out the pix of mine in my album here.Shows some of what ive done so far,good luck my friend...........

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