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Old 02-12-2022, 08:29 PM   #21
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We're able to store ours on our property. So a couple weeks ago, a stranger comes to our door and wants to buy our RV. I was surprised, but kindly told him we liked it and had no intention of selling. He didn't get rude, but kept pushing, trying to get me to change my mind. He finally left, but that was weird.
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Old 02-16-2022, 07:24 AM   #22
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I actually dread the thought of attempting to replace my trailer at this point. There just isn't anything out there right now that offers what we already have. Yes, the value is there for the trade. But, I don't have any idea what I would trade it on.

If you have no issues with your RV, you're better off keeping it. The new trailers, although nice and shiny, have a lot higher percent chance of quality issues based on what dealers are posting on youtube.
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If you have no issues with your RV, you're better off keeping it. The new trailers, although nice and shiny, have a lot higher percent chance of quality issues based on what dealers are posting on youtube.
I agree. Besides, I know what issues my used class C had, and am better off with the repairs I made to correct them; it was a good learning curve.

Don't think I want to take a chance on another one. It would be like starting all over again.
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A couple weekends ago, we were at the storage lot messing around the camper and a lady pulled up and asked if everything here was for sale. I said, "Dear..you're in a storage lot..not a dealership".
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