Skip to comments.Looking for a web site for RV trade in guide
Posted on 09/02/2009 3:40:10 PM PDT by tall_tex
I am looking for a used Motor Home. I have a couple of possibilities, but would like to check out prices for comporable MH's.
Sorry I have to leave for a few hours, but suggestions would be appreciated.
My only suggestion would be to check the completed sales on ebay (you have have an ebay account to do this). The numbers in red are no sales — ignore them. Anyone can ask any price for anything.
The numbers in green are sold items. That tells you what real money is being paid for particular items.
I dream of buying a luxury motor home and heading out cross country to visit the entire lower 48, national parks in said lower 48, and every “biggest”, “tallest”, “smallest”, “tastiest” sideshow roadside in the country.
Of course with our government taking over as nanny, it is quite possible that when I can finally afford to do this RV’s will be illegal, and driving more than 100 miles from my home of record would require a special permit.
Nice rig...100 dollars to go around the block?
Ping to you. Perhaps you have some tips for this FRiend?
I dream of packing up the camper and heading for an undisclosed remote, high-ground location when the Obama poopoo hits the fan. No reason to have to rough it during a national catastrophe I always say.
The only advice I can offer is to buy the heaviest chassis you can afford.
In my wildest dreams.
I was on Craigs List and clicked on one add that said $25,000. It was of that same class so like a DA I called and everything they told me sounded great.
I was prepared to go see it but when I hung up the telephone I went back to look at the add again, and alas, I missed an addition 0 on the left side of the comma. :)
Oh well, memo to self, READING GLASSES are made for reading.