We had our first trip of the year this long weekend, and hubby advised he's had on offer on our hybrid. To be fair, he never liked the bunk end from the first trip out. I love our trailer... but... now to find another!!!
But.... back to my question...
What is the standard 'stuff' to include sell with the trailer?? I'm hoping to get another very quickly... so don't want to have to 're-buy' it all again....
If it wasn't there when I bought it; it won't go when I sell it unless it is something I just want to get rid of. Considered throwing in the DW with the last rig I sold but the guy wanted to use his as a trade in and I just wasn't too sure of her condition so decided to pass.
Brian, Loretta & Daisy (Golden Retriever)
2008 Holiday Rambler Endeavor PDQ40
2008 Ford Explorer toad
1. Put your trailer in showroom condition, just like you got it from the dealer. Scrub and polish inside and out. Spot paint the rust spots on the frame and wheels. Empty and clean all the cabinets and drawers. Have the refrigerator spotless and running. Remove anything the least personal. Nobody wants your old sewer hose. I'm not sure you do either!
2. Have the trailer setup when showing to potential buyers. Make sure everything works. Do any and all repairs before showing it. Do NOT demonstrate how to setup the trailer unless they're holding cash. Do not try to teach them how to camp. You may want to do both after you're holding their cash and they have the title.
Anything in or on the trailer is part of the sale.