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Old 02-13-2014, 10:29 PM   #1
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Ran across this site. A last resting place for damaged Motor Homes. I was looking to see what is behind the end cap on my 06 daybreak. Time to install the two new color cameras.

Looks like there is a lot of parts for motor homes there.


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Old 02-13-2014, 10:37 PM   #2
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I'm putting it in my favorites. Thanks.
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Wow, many are pretty ugly, but some look pretty nice . . . not sure why they are parting them out.

Interesting website. Thanks.
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An RV may go to the graveyard because the former owner did just that (Went to his/her grave) or because of a blown engine or because of other "hidden" issues ..

Ah, one less tree in our campground today (it too was deceased and now it is in it's grave) the tree removal folks just pulled out.
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I bookmarked that one too! It looks like a really good source!
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Hi Rockysvet,
Good post, thanks for the link.
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An RV may go to the graveyard because the former owner did just that (Went to his/her grave) or because of a blown engine or because of other "hidden" issues ..
It's difficult for me to envision a motorhome being parted out because the owner died (if so, poor executor!) or if the engine has been blown (folks fix those). Might happen, but doesn't make sense.

Seems to be very much like an automobile. Now maybe it just gets to where the value of selling it whole is lower than the salvage value. Some on the website just don't fit that scenario --- for example, a seemingly perfectly good 2008 Monaco DP with less than 20k miles.

Now "hidden issues" ... maybe ... like a serial killer owned it ...
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Might get parted out because its haunted. LOL
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Don't forget some of these could be stolen that have been recovered after the owner had been payed out. Example the 08 Monaco . Still a great website but didn't look like I would have any luck finding parts for my ol gal
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Anyone care to comment on the burned out motorhomes? Seems like a lot.
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Anyone care to comment on the burned out motorhomes? Seems like a lot.
I've been to Visones and it's quite a site to see. The wrecked coaches because of a blown front tire really get your attention. According to the folks there, most of the burned out coaches were fires set by owners who were upside down on the RV loan. Apparently you start a fire by a toaster, refrig etc with Cheetos, they start a nice fire and leave no residue for the fire investigators. Don't know if that actually works, not going to try to find out!!
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They are very proud of there used parts, priced a bay door for an American Tradition the small water bottle door approx. 24 X 30 they wanted $800.00 for it.
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Looks like the refrigerator is the method of choice for fires. WOW.
I'm hoping my halon extinguisher located in the back of my refer can put out a fire before my rig looks like the ones on that website.
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