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Old 08-16-2005, 08:17 PM   #1
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Just looked at a used Jayco 265 eagle 25' 5th wheel. It looked like it was just 2 or 3 years old . Very clean and shiney and the roof/and silicon sealer on the screw etc looked like new.
The chasey and bottom looked new too ,frame paint like new.
Inside was imaculate also.

This trailer must have been stored in a building and hardly used.

I couldnt believe it was a 1992 model.
The dealer offerd to sell it to me for $5500.

Seems like a good deal, but 1992 year is old if I wanted to resell.

Only other thing I didnt like was low ceiling through out.
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Old 08-16-2005, 08:17 PM   #2
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Just looked at a used Jayco 265 eagle 25' 5th wheel. It looked like it was just 2 or 3 years old . Very clean and shiney and the roof/and silicon sealer on the screw etc looked like new.
The chasey and bottom looked new too ,frame paint like new.
Inside was imaculate also.

This trailer must have been stored in a building and hardly used.

I couldnt believe it was a 1992 model.
The dealer offerd to sell it to me for $5500.

Seems like a good deal, but 1992 year is old if I wanted to resell.

Only other thing I didnt like was low ceiling through out.
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Old 01-10-2006, 05:23 PM   #3
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WE JUST TRADED A 1993 JAYCO 265 IN LAST FALL. IT ALSO WAS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. I STOPPED BY THE DEALERS LOT A FEW DAYS LATER TO SEE WHAT HE WAS ASKING. $8995.00 ON THE STICKER. SOUNDS LIKE $5500.00 FOR A 92 WOULD BE A VERY GOOD BUY.
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