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I have been looking for a full time RV for about 3 months.I have looked at a Holiday Rambler Admiral '07 30 footer that could work. its a gas with 36k on it. It seems to only have normal wear and tear-more vigorous inspection pending. seems to be pretty standard in features. Deal price is 47,800. Is the RV worth this price-my research says the HR's are a good RV but beyond that I dont know. Opinions?

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That sounda like a ball park figure. Check nadaguides.com

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I owned a 2007 HR Admiral for 3 years and traded it on a 2008 HR Admiral which I now own. Yes, they are nice units and should serve you well. Price seems a bit high unless it is the 30SFS which has a single slide unit. Sticker on a new 30SE was about 90K and the longer 35 footers like mine were about 114K. As far as durability IMHO they were built like a big thermos bottle and would last a very long time if taken care of. The walls used a patened structure called " Aluma-structure" with interlocking aluminum beams and fibre-glass batt insulation not bead foam. It would make a difference if it has dual-pane windows. As far as I know, the one I traded is still for sale a http://www.rvsrfun.com/

Give her a look. The only reason I traded was the newer one has bunks for my Grand-kids, and it had extra low miles. I had just installed new tires on the rear and front. The Workhorse Recall had just been done for the brakes, all fluids replaced and it had new awning toppers less than a year before.

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It is a 30sfs . the gas engine was enough? any problems with it? Do you remember what was the transmission?

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