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Hello, I went to post an RV for sale on Autotrader and realized they don't showcase RVs.

Can anyone recommend the best website for this? I figured there must be a biggest/best type in this category, but I have no idea!

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Rvtrader is where I bought mine, and best place to sell.





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Holiday27 wrote:

Craigslist out our way has worked for me. I sold my RV in a week.
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1. Price it competitively. (as in, find the cheapest one like yours and price it for less).

2. I don't reply to peoples e-mail unless they leave a call back number. (That weeds out 99.9% of the idiots).

Good luck with your sale!


I must take exception with this post. I NEVER leave a call back number in initial emails. I don't want to be bothered with any phone calls. If, at some point, I decide that I want to talk...the seller will get my number. You must remember...at this economic stage it is a buyers market...and the buyers have lots of choices...BEST OF LUCK!!!


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I totally agree!!! When we were looking RVT had many more choices...we bought our Class C at RVT. Live in Texas...bought in Arizona...

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Craigslist out our way has worked for me. I sold my RV in a week.
Tips:
1. Price it competitively. (as in, find the cheapest one like yours and price it for less).

2. I don't reply to peoples e-mail unless they leave a call back number. (That weeds out 99.9% of the idiots).

Good luck with your sale!


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Posted: 02/07/12 02:19pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Craigslist sold my class c to the first looker

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Holiday27 wrote:

Craigslist out our way has worked for me. I sold my RV in a week.
Tips:
1. Price it competitively. (as in, find the cheapest one like yours and price it for less).

2. I don't reply to peoples e-mail unless they leave a call back number. (That weeds out 99.9% of the idiots).

Good luck with your sale!


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mikeleblanc413 wrote:

Holiday27 wrote:

Craigslist out our way has worked for me. I sold my RV in a week.
Tips:
1. Price it competitively. (as in, find the cheapest one like yours and price it for less).

2. I don't reply to peoples e-mail unless they leave a call back number. (That weeds out 99.9% of the idiots).

Good luck with your sale!


I must take exception with this post. I NEVER leave a call back number in initial emails. I don't want to be bothered with any phone calls. If, at some point, I decide that I want to talk...the seller will get my number. You must remember...at this economic stage it is a buyers market...and the buyers have lots of choices...BEST OF LUCK!!!



It's funny you say that. The guy I sold my RV to didn't leave his number. I still replied to his e-mail because I could tell it was legit just from the context.

I put the phone number thing in the ad just to scare the spammers away. So far in the last year it has worked for me 100% of the time.

I say that now my luck will probably run out!

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Craigslist sold my class c to the first looker


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