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Old 06-25-2014, 01:10 PM   #1
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Escalade 5th Wheel 2006 37 ft any info please

Looking at 2006 37ft clear coat looks like it's peeling off and any info on them please and worth?
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Looking at 2006 37ft clear coat looks like it's peeling off and any info on them please and worth?
Still wondering about clear coat peeling off
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Still wondering about clear coat peeling off
I guess no one on here knows anything about Escalades?
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Well, if clear coat is peeling it's sat outside, un attended. Not sure what else you'd like to know?

We can only give you a book value, not a real world value. And without model number, we can't even do that. If it's sun damaged like that on the clear coat, I'd be more concerned about water that has leaked in from no maintenance.
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Could be that the previous owner put a coat of clear floor polish on the unit, a popular method to bring back the shine on a faded unit. Problem with this method is it will peal if not redone every few years.
Just a thought.
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