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The open floorplan makes the Trek feel much bigger than its size.
While renovations can be a trial, Mark and Karen Souther wouldn’t trade their Safari Trek.
Souther Comfort: A 24-foot Safari Trek Pathmaker diesel on the used market can run anywhere from $11,000 -$30,000, depending on condition. Expect to pay a little more for the 28-foot model. The Southers estimate they spent $30,000 on renovations and new paint, far less than they would pay for a comparable new motorhome, and in return they have a pristine coach customized to fit their needs.


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