Prepare to be perplexed. The $200,000+ range of RVs is the fastest growing segment in the industry with 12,000 sold last year. These tour bus looking behemoths feature luxury amenities like flat screen televisions, satellite, navigation and more. But some folks, like those featured in this MSN story, can't park anywhere. The road warriors must then purchase permanent lots at luxury RV parks across the country. Somehow the couple featured spent a million bucks on the RV then $150,000 on a lot to park it. Huh? A half-million dollar home, $100,000 RV and a few sports cars would still leave any senior citizen with plenty of cash to pass down to their children.
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