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Old 02-10-2008, 02:16 PM   #1
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10th anniversary question

The tenth anniversary brochure has limited edition on it, could someone tell me what that means, and when will the 2009s be out this year? Looking at the 3465sa, love the floor plan and the new upgrades.
 
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Old 02-10-2008, 02:20 PM   #2
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And it would look even better wrapped around you and Bob, Anne. Ha Ha!! Sorry I can't help you with your question, but I am sure some of the Tampa attendees will chip in with the info you need.
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Old 02-13-2008, 06:41 AM   #3
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The new models usually come out end of June, early July.

I have no inside information but my bet would be the upgrades in the 10th anniversary edition will be included in the 2009 and later models. Keystone usually does some upgrades in the middle of the model year. And advertising these upgrades coincident with the 10th anniversary is a great marketing tool to bring those major upgrades to our attention. I also see Montana now has been the number one seller in North America for seven years in a row.

I may be wrong about the upgrades continuing into 2009 models if Limited Edition means just what it sounds like. But I'd still bet they'll be carried forward. Using the term "Limited Edition" might also allow Keystone to back out those upgrades if they find they bumped the price too far and sales begin to drop. If sales continue to do well, then the upgrades could be continued. I'm just speculating here, talking out loud.
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Thanks for the replies, show coming up in a few weeks, will try to decide then, Bingo, congrats on the boat! You and Cathy and the girls will have lots of fun this summer!
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