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Weathertodd221

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Pauly wrote:

Weathertodd221 wrote:

what do you think its worth???
And why dont you want to drive it if its "mechanically sound"???
30 or 50 amp coach?
Ford or Chevy chassis?
Paint or no paint on body?


Id say if you got $3k for it... you'd be doing ok.
You joke!!!


nope. Anyone that wants it for a NASCAR or Race rig isnt going to want to pay any more than that. I could fix the roof for around $1000 if it were given to me. It would be capable of having a dance party and be an ideal race view platform.

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You need to leave the antenna on you may not use it but majority will need it all CG's don't have cable hook-ups. In 99% of state parks you need an antenna.

I would make it look as good as possiable putting as little money in it as possiable before selling

Looks will get you the best price and I agree start what you think is fair and be prepared to drop the price..


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I'd leave the sat & antenna off if you don't use them. Face it, if you fix the MH up, you're fixing it up for you to use, not for resale.


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trickyvic3 wrote:

michelb wrote:

As far as fixing, if you can do it yourself, it might be worth it but I don't think you'll get your money back if you pay someone else.

I suspect that a 98 gasser with no slides might fetch $10k.


No offense, but I'd be very surprised if it fetched that amount needing the repairs it needs. The roof alone is a major job.


I agree 100% - I probably wasn't clear but I didn't mean to say his was worth $10k. I meant a clean 98 gasser with no slides might get $10k.

Selling prices is always tricky and really depends on location and timing so you might be able to get more but you might not even be able to get that either. It's just a matter of what your buyer will spend. (FWIW, a friend of a friend just bought a mid 90s 34' Bounder with no slide for $8k in Canada (which typically is more expensive than the US)).

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