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Old 06-12-2015, 09:16 PM   #1
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2002 Coachman Diesel Pusher

What is a 2002 Coachman Sports Coach Legend 38 foot Diesel pusher worth? Less than 50k miles. Full paint. Clean!

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When I am looking for pricing of a coach I just Google the year, make, model and lenght.

Then can see what they are asking for them, mileage and general condition.
It at least gives a good ballpark.
NADA guide is also somewhat helpfull.
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Look it up at NADA RV

That's not gospel - just an approximation based on average depreciation, but it gives a ball park figure for a retail sale.
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Thanks, just posted it on Craigslist with pictures under Kalamazoo, Michigan section. If anyone wants to view the 2002 38' Coachmen diesel motor home you will see pictures too. The motor home is located now at a RV park in South Haven, Mi..

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Thanks, just posted it on Craigslist with pictures under Kalamazoo, Michigan section. If anyone wants to view the 2002 38' Coachmen diesel motor home you will see pictures too. The motor home is located now at a RV park in South Haven, Mi..

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Sounds like your trying to sell it on the Forums.
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I've driven hours to look at "clean" coaches only to find, well, they were not "clean" by my standards, and the drive was a complete waste of gas and time.

Point? "Clean" is a completely subjective term.
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I've driven hours to look at "clean" coaches only to find, well, they were not "clean" by my standards, and the drive was a complete waste of gas and time.

Point? "Clean" is a completely subjective term.
I think we all have driven hours to find our dream coach. I have.

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