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Old 06-21-2006, 10:36 AM   #1
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Looking to see how much a 2004 WW FS2300 is worth. Also, what questions I should be asking the current owner.
Is there a difference between the Flat surfaced haulers and the 'bumpy' surface.
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Looking to see how much a 2004 WW FS2300 is worth. Also, what questions I should be asking the current owner.
Is there a difference between the Flat surfaced haulers and the 'bumpy' surface.
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Old 06-21-2006, 12:54 PM   #3
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I picked up a very clean used 2004 FS2600 last summer with bumpy sides for $21,000 I'd say for a clean FS2300 a year later you'd be looking at 17-19k assuming it is fully loaded with options like mine was. Difference between flat and bumpy surfaces is construction type. Flat is fiberglass and bumpy is aluminum. Fiberglass is more expensive as an option so adds some to the resale value, but it's more durable as far as dents etc in my opinion but quite a bit heavier in weight.
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