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If it is super clean, all components work as they should, and brakes, bearings, and tires (which are usually replaced every 5 to 7 years) are in good shape. And any and all paperwork and receipts provided then in my neck of the woods it would sell for $10,000 to $12,000. But before you buy and have access to an RV dealership or even better a mobile rv tech to do a pre purchase inspection.


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Our 2003 Fleetwood Prowler 27 5A books out on NADA at around $5500 so I would imagine that older travel trailer would be worth around $3500-5000. Looks to be in good shape. Fleetwood made a decent product back then. They even backed their units with a two year warranty which you hardly see anymore.


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Wow glad im not shopping in nc lol. I think of this one is still up after the weekend ill ne taking a good long look.


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Fresno Tundra Driver wrote:

Our 2003 Fleetwood Prowler 27 5A books out on NADA at around $5500 so I would imagine that older travel trailer would be worth around $3500-5000. Looks to be in good shape. Fleetwood made a decent product back then. They even backed their units with a two year warranty which you hardly see anymore.
This is the same price range I would shoot for as well. I Don't know values in your area.

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I seem to be on par when you adjust for the lesser value of the Canadian dollar. We also have a LOT of trailers in the area. It was listed for 8K, price has been lowered to 7200. I am hoping to get this around 6. In reality its likely worth 6500-7000 but luckily for me there are a bunch of much newer rigs that are more modern and fancy looking around 10 for people to fight over.

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We bought a brand new mallard way back in 2004, it was I think a 180ck for $14000
Ofcourse these very entry level trailers but it worked for us, Just last month my nephew bought a 2004 prowlerwhich is a 26' very clean unit for $6000 cnd.

The prowlers were a bit fancier than the mallard when Fleetwood was still alive.


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eend wrote:

We bought a brand new mallard way back in 2004, it was I think a 180ck for $14000
Ofcourse these very entry level trailers but it worked for us, Just last month my nephew bought a 2004 prowlerwhich is a 26' very clean unit for $6000 cnd.

The prowlers were a bit fancier than the mallard when Fleetwood was still alive.
I believe Fleetwood still makes motorhomes.

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My current is a 91 prowler. Im sure in 91 (when i wa 4) she was beautiful. Well bilt just gettin to mich to keep up and we are a tight fit.

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around 6k sounds good we have a 05 27' Fleetwood Pegasus that had been stored inside, very nice paid 12k for it. ours has a lot of onions. it seams to be a well constructed rv much better than a lot of newer rv's
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no longer relevant but thanks for the opinions guys. went with a newer smaller camper with a triple bunk. very happy with the find. only slightly more expensive. started another thread for it.

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