The True Cost of Owning a Million-Dollar RV From 1996
In the automotive world, there’s something appealing about certain machines ...
In the automotive world, there’s something appealing about certain machines that were unobtainable in years past. For all intents and purposes, a lot of the exotic cars that we see out there on a secondhand market for decent prices used to not have these decent prices. Instead, the cars that were six figures or more might’ve since fallen from grace for one reason or another to the point where they might be obtainable.
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However, for those who do the research, there’s a good chance that they will find some information that leads them away from purchasing an old supercar. Sure, the machine might have a price tag that makes it seem like a realistic purchase. However, when push comes to shove, being able to maintain that car or repair it is going to be pretty expensive. Even if you can do the work yourself, it might not end up being worth it.
How exactly would something like this transfer to the world of the RV, though? From the outside, it would seem as if an old RV might be a little bit easier to take care of. After all, you’re not going to have the Lamborghini tax that you will with a supercar.
This time, though, we take a step past speculation and get a chance to catch up with the owner of an RV that cost around $1 million when it was made 25 years ago. Two and a half decades later, what does that mean for an owner of one of these things today? Could it be reasonable to think that such an RV could come in at a bargain price, giving somebody a home on the road for a fraction of what this thing cost its original owner? On the other hand, will it be a giant pain to be able to use to get around the country in such a rig?
By following along with the video below, Stapleton42 on YouTube gives us the complete rundown of what it means to live that life.