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Old 01-23-2015, 06:11 AM   #57
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Originally Posted by Carol H View Post
as a party with no horse in the race

For someone with no horse in the race you certainly are adamant about presenting your (non-owner, no direct experience, hearsay) point of view. As someone else posted, I am glad PL is in the race and wish them all the best. As I do the rest of the FGRV manufacturers. And in America everybody gets to have a say (even our brothers and sisters to the North).

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Old 01-23-2015, 06:29 AM   #58
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So Carol, I also wonder why it seems you have a personal vendetta against PL. I think it is very public knowledge that PL has had some pretty big PR problems in the past, even Chandler is the first to admit that he is a horrible business person. We all know Frank's story but the reality is that his trailer had been (unknown to him) in an accident before he bought it used, which, let's face it, makes a completely different situation. What annoys the crap out of me is that if you took the time to read the the experiences that newer owners have had you would see that we have been very satisfied with our trailers and our buying experience. So please move on and quit trying to be a one man band in you quest to single handedly put PL out of business.

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Old 01-23-2015, 06:35 AM   #59
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If I had only known my ParkLiner had been in a minor mishap before we bought it, my whole attitude would have been different! While I still have some issues with management & promises from them, the bottom line is we love our ParkLiner and are keeping it, thank you. A queen size bed with a toilet & shower along with 6'4" ceiling height in a 2100# dry weight trailer?!? Really. On the other hand, I am surprised ParkLiner is still in business, but the trailers sell themselves!

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Old 01-23-2015, 06:38 AM   #60
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Are we done yet?
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Old 01-23-2015, 07:11 AM   #61
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She won't... with the exception of the person who bought a used first prototype model not one owner has said they hate their ParkLiner. If mine got totalled in a car accident I would buy another one without hesitation. Now if they offered a 5th wheel version I would probably go that route...but who knows in 5 years from now they won't expand their product line!

So for all the new potential owners, ParkLiner makes a rock solid trailer, well thought out design, plenty of storage with some great ideas! I would consider seriously if you plan on doing any cooking inside to either get the option or do it yourself like I did for the tile back-splash to save the carpeted walls
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Old 01-23-2015, 07:21 AM   #62
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Are we done yet?
I believe so!

Points of view have been now made, the same ones as in other threads, and we are beginning to go in circles (again).

For any other members interested in Park Liner, or any other brand, I would suggest that they first do a search, and first review the numerous threads on the topic they are interested in, take the information garnered, and make their own educated decisions.

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