Not a good time to buy an RV from the USA. (1 Viewer)

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American Dream

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Just been looking at the current interest rate

$1.72249/£1........:Angry:

This is not a good time to buy or ship from the States.

I hope it recovers as we were looking at 1.98 at the beginning of the year.

On the price of an RV that's a substantial amount more.:Doh:
 

Geo

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I take your point
But suggest its not the Best time, its always a good time buying Rv's from anywere:thumb:
Geo
 

dazzer

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The way RV sales are in the USA at the moment you can more or less dictate the price to them!! :Eeek:

As long as they are making a profit no matter how small they will sell them :thumb:
 

Road Runner

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But the weak dollar $$$$ lesson the value of them out there.

Plus the Yanks cant take on board the price of fuel like us prats do.
 

Thepips

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And a few years ago it was $1.30 to the pound. At the time I was being paid my salary in dollars and converting as little as possible to sterling as we were certain it was going to hit parity! :ROFLMAO:
Such is life!

Regards
Doug

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keith

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And a few years ago it was $1.30 to the pound. At the time I was being paid my salary in dollars and converting as little as possible to sterling as we were certain it was going to hit parity! :ROFLMAO:
Such is life!

Regards
Doug

The first time I went to The States, there were 240 pence in a pound & each one cost a cent :Eeek: That equals $2.40 to the £ ..... but I never saw an RV :cry:
 

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