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Anyone have any experience with a free internet site that could give a ball-park value for our 2006 32' Georgie Boy Pursuit? We DO NOT want salesmen calling to offer to sell it for us - been inundated with them lately even without seeking them out! One told us he had '25 buyers waiting - could get us over $36,000! All we needed out of pocket was to send him $5oo for advertising fees!" If there were so many buyers already waiting, why did he need to advertise?????
Tired of this ****. Would just like a legitimate idea of what we might get if we sold it! Bought it in 2011 for less than $50,000 with only 8,000 miles on it. Now a bit over 35,000. Made some cosmetic changes, but it is basically the same rig. New tires, brand new awning, would call it in good condition considering its age. We're both 70 and just in the 'thinking maybe its time' stage. Only the right price would get us to sell - we still use it, not like it's just sitting there. Planning our next trip month long in February as I type this. Just wondering if there is a site where we could get an idea of its value without being inundated with phone calls. Thanks.


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Opps... Not current info after all... Does not seem to be the same as it was a couple of years ago, so No idea now...

Good luck! Mitch

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Posted: 11/25/21 01:18pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Years ago when I was involved with the credit union we always kept up to date NADA books for values so we knew what we wanted to loan on vehicles. That would be free to you to ask, I would not even think you needed to be a member.


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https://www.nadaguides.com/RVs

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I would also suggest searching for comparable units from rv trader, RVT.com and even checking ppl

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Yeah.. Well, on the new nada site, you get thru your specs and then the next "click" to find your "price", it has a link to "contact a dealer" or something like that.... I didn't actually click on it, as I don't want to sell my rig.. [emoticon]

At least that's how I saw it when I was checking it out just now...

Not like before where you just get a worthless answer! ha, ha...

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NADA is based on member dealers reporting actual sales. This works fine for automobiles because of the sheer volume. The data for RVs is less helpful. How many 2006 Georgia Boys have been sold by NADA dealers in the last year? Answer: not many.

Your best bet is to look at RV trader for something close.


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Hey I like that, My 2010 just came back as worth over $10K more than I paid a year ago when it had 5000 fewer miles.

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wanderingaimlessly wrote:

Hey I like that, My 2010 just came back as worth over $10K more than I paid a year ago when it had 5000 fewer miles.


Yep. Ever since covid hit. RV values are skyrocketing. I sold my 2013 TT for more than it was worth 2 years ago.


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2 Retired wrote:

Anyone have any experience with a free internet site that could give a ball-park value for our 2006 32' Georgie Boy Pursuit? We DO NOT want salesmen calling to offer to sell it for us - been inundated with them lately even without seeking them out! One told us he had '25 buyers waiting - could get us over $36,000! All we needed out of pocket was to send him $5oo for advertising fees!" If there were so many buyers already waiting, why did he need to advertise?????
Tired of this ****. Would just like a legitimate idea of what we might get if we sold it! Bought it in 2011 for less than $50,000 with only 8,000 miles on it. Now a bit over 35,000. Made some cosmetic changes, but it is basically the same rig. New tires, brand new awning, would call it in good condition considering its age. We're both 70 and just in the 'thinking maybe its time' stage. Only the right price would get us to sell - we still use it, not like it's just sitting there. Planning our next trip month long in February as I type this. Just wondering if there is a site where we could get an idea of its value without being inundated with phone calls. Thanks.


Kelly Blue Book and/or NADA. i use both every january.


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