We placed our order for our Augusta. It was kind of scary and also at the same time very exciting.
The dealer called us from the National RV Show in Louisville and told us that if we committed today, that Heartland was offering a $1000.00 discount. So we made the plunge. The Augusta is going to look fabulous! The new options are great...They are offering a full body paint scheme instead of the combination paint and graphics. The upgraded paint scheme looks great. I will try to add the photos that the dealer sent to me by text. They may not come out real good but it will give you an idea of how the outside will look. This paint option will be offered after the show for $7995. but since we placed our order today we will get the upgrade for show cost at only $2500.00. Sounds like a deal to me. The company that are painting this new paint scheme only committed to doing 40 of these. He may do more and maybe not. So we couldn't pass it up.
They are also offering a new interior decor color called Godiva. They sent me a text with the samples on it but can't really tell the details of it. Said it is shades of tan, and blue.
We will have to look at the swatches when he gets home and we go over to make the final interior decisions. He also told us that we can have a wood door with glass insets installed at the bedroom entrance. That was really the only thing that I didn't like on the Augusta. It had a small accordion door for the bedroom door. So we are getting the wooden one.
Whew...this morning went fast with all the calls from the dealer and the text messages, but now it is final....we will be the new owners of a 2010 Heartland Augusta that should be delivered by Feb 9th 2009.
We will still be going over there this Saturday or next Tuesday to sign the contract and get all the other selections made.
Now all we can do is wait. That will be the hardest part of this. It will seem like forever before we get that call telling us it is time to pick up our new 5er..."Gus"
Today I can relate to the quote I always put on our blog...
Life isn't measured by the breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away....