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Old 01-26-2007, 11:23 AM   #29
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Alright DON glad you got one.
Thanks for the info you set us about your area.
We are leaving the NW on Feb 5 hope to be in your area about mid march
may see the fiber in person .
Good luck
Dave and Sharon Tharp
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Old 01-26-2007, 01:50 PM   #30
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Dave and Sharon: Enjoy your trip and if you do come near Chattanooga let us know. We are 1.5 miles from I-75 and our driveway is pull-through!

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Old 01-26-2007, 05:19 PM   #31
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...this is the italian link allcar...
At 4,990 euro (plus taxes), it seems that the price of this caravan in Italy is quite reasonable.
All'euro 4.990 (più le tasse), sembra che il prezzo di questo caravan in Italia è abbastanza ragionevole.
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Old 01-27-2007, 04:33 AM   #32
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At 4,990 euro (plus taxes), it seems that the price of this caravan in Italy is quite reasonable.
All'euro 4.990 (più le tasse), sembra che il prezzo di questo caravan in Italia è abbastanza ragionevole.
Hi Brian,
Taxes in Italy is many high.
4.990
+ IVA 20%
+ Immatricolazione 200 or 300 euro
= 6.000/6200 euro

and if you wont an optional you have pay many other euro
for example, if you wont the Boiler gas there are other 780 euro and for Stufa TRUMA other 840 euro...

if you wont a caravan ok, you will have pay 7.500 or 8.000 euro = 9.700 or 10.300 dollars!
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Old 01-27-2007, 08:29 PM   #33
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I still think that the price of the Allcar is reasonable. Casita says their trailers start at "less than $10,000", and well all know that "start at" means "yours will cost much more", and that "less than $10,000" probably means $9,999.
<blockquote>Ancora penso che il prezzo del Allcar sia ragionevole. Casita dice che i loro caravan cominciano “più meno a di $10.000„ e buono tutti conoscono che “cominciare„ ai mezzi “il vostro costerà molto più„ e che “più meno di $10.000„ probabilmente significano $9.999. </blockquote>
I understand the tax issue. In some provinces of Canada, most purchases are subject to a combined provincial and federal sales tax of 15% (we only pay 6% here in Alberta), and in some states it is at least that high after local taxes are added.
<blockquote>Capisco l'edizione di imposta. In alcune province del Canada, la maggior parte dei acquisti sono conforme ad un'imposta delle entrate provinciale e federale unita di 15% (paghiamo soltanto 6% qui in Alberta) ed in alcuno la dichiara è almeno quello alto dopo che le tasse locali siano aggiunte. </blockquote>
Of course, Don probably didn't pay $10,000 for his Cadet... did you, Don?
<blockquote>Naturalmente, indossare probabilmente non ha pagato $10.000 il suo Cadet…</blockquote>
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Old 01-27-2007, 09:22 PM   #34
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Don, we are all anxiously awaiting pictures of YOUR new home on wheels. Pictures please, and let us all know how the trip was to go get your new little 2nd home. Sounds like you may be trying it out on the way home. let us know the details.
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