Originally Posted by Byron Kinnaman
The difference in cost of a 2014 or newer Scamp that's is good condition and new one very small. Consider ordering a new one and the options you want instead of living with somebody's else's choices.
True, except you won't have it until late fall
, and you'll have to go to MN to get it or pay quite a bit for shipping.
Another option, if the one you're looking for doesn't turn up, is to settle for something a bit older and use it this season. Then if desired, order a new one in the fall
for spring delivery, and sell the used one before the new one is built. Resale values make this plan low risk, and the older one may end being a keeper.
Because new and used Scamps are hard to come by, flexibility is good.