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You didn't mention the price?, if it was really that great you could just clean the interior and live with it?

I drive a 92 Sierra with holes in the body.

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You didn't mention the price?, if it was really that great you could just clean the interior and live with it?

I drive a 92 Sierra with holes in the body.


$22,500.


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Atlee, I know you have really been trying hard to find a replacement for your RT. I have seen your posts in re Koalas, etc.

One thing you might keep in mind is this: there are lots of folks here on this B forum that really know their stuff about Bs( or really "know their okra" as we say in this part of the country). If you notice one for sale further away from you than you might normally consider, you might notice someone on the forum that lives in that area and could ask them to check it out for you. I know I have checked out Bs in the OKC area in the past for people on this forum and am always glad to do so. It is always fun - at least for me - to help a guy find what he is looking for in the way of a used unit.


Of course, first you would really want to check it out yourself as much as you can by emails and calls. The last one I checked out for a forum member was less than 20 miles from my home.

Just a thought to keep in mind, and I certainly don't mean to "volunteer" others time, but it is a possibility if you get close on a unit and it seems to fit your pistol.


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Atlee wrote:

rufcut wrote:

You didn't mention the price?, if it was really that great you could just clean the interior and live with it?

I drive a 92 Sierra with holes in the body.


$22,500.


Here is a low mile 200 Versatile on e-bay for under 20K

200V

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skipnchar wrote:

cleaning is not that hard to do and a reasonable paint job can be found for under a thousand. Knock that much off of your offer and you're even.
Good luck / Skip


As poorly taken care of as the paint\fridge is I'd be afraid of the condition of the engine, or any other important bits.


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According to the NADA RV guide, this vehicle, with 100,000 miles, should be between $10,500 and $12,600.

I would pass on this unit and keep looking. Have you checked the Roadtrek Club website for used vehicles? Here is a link and best of luck.

http://www.roadtrekchapter.org/roadtreksforsale.htm


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Atlee, have you looked at the Roadtrek International site? Usually the Rt's for sale there are very well maintained. ( loved) The prices lalways look a little high, but the owners get very attached to their Rt's, and you can always make an offer.

Roadtrek International

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"1999 - 200 Popular white/blue, Chevy 3500 anniversary edition. Only 59,000 miles, always garaged, very good condition. Lots of extras - flat screen TV, Steer-safe system, trailer hitch, very good mounted spare tire, new microwave and more. Have all manuals. Non-smokers. CONTACT ggroadrunner@q.com $25,500. Selling for health reasons. NM"





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MAU MAU wrote:

According to the NADA RV guide, this vehicle, with 100,000 miles, should be between $10,500 and $12,600.

I would pass on this unit and keep looking. Have you checked the Roadtrek Club website for used vehicles? Here is a link and best of luck.

http://www.roadtrekchapter.org/roadtreksforsale.htm


It has 28,960 miles on it.

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booster wrote:

Atlee wrote:

rufcut wrote:

You didn't mention the price?, if it was really that great you could just clean the interior and live with it?

I drive a 92 Sierra with holes in the body.


$22,500.


Here is a low mile 200 Versatile on e-bay for under 20K

200V


That one has sold already. Sold before I even saw it. That's what I'm looking for.

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My Roadtrek wrote:

Atlee, have you looked at the Roadtrek International site? Usually the Rt's for sale there are very well maintained. ( loved) The prices lalways look a little high, but the owners get very attached to their Rt's, and you can always make an offer.

Roadtrek International

Example:
"1999 - 200 Popular white/blue, Chevy 3500 anniversary edition. Only 59,000 miles, always garaged, very good condition. Lots of extras - flat screen TV, Steer-safe system, trailer hitch, very good mounted spare tire, new microwave and more. Have all manuals. Non-smokers. CONTACT ggroadrunner@q.com $25,500. Selling for health reasons. NM"


I check it almost every day. The one you've pointed out has caught my eye. Unfortunately, it's 2/3's the way across the country. I don't have the time to fly out there and drive it back, nor do I want to pay 1 to 2 thousand bucks to have it shipped here to Virginia.

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