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Old 11-30-2006, 04:42 AM   #1
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What the likely hood of a person finding the rig you traded in 3 years prior sitting in the dealers lots when you are there for service?

Well yesterday I went to confirm my appointment (we at the TX Boomers Xmas rally in Boerne, TX) and was telling a friend of mine about the trade in and how nice the rig looked when we traded it in. As we were walking into the used section low and behold there it sat. It looked a like worst for wear as it had 50k more miles.

Talk about Deja Vu!!!!!
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What the likely hood of a person finding the rig you traded in 3 years prior sitting in the dealers lots when you are there for service?

Well yesterday I went to confirm my appointment (we at the TX Boomers Xmas rally in Boerne, TX) and was telling a friend of mine about the trade in and how nice the rig looked when we traded it in. As we were walking into the used section low and behold there it sat. It looked a like worst for wear as it had 50k more miles.

Talk about Deja Vu!!!!!
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Old 11-30-2006, 12:08 PM   #3
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In August of 2000, I traded a '96 HitchHiker II in at a dealer here in NC. Nearly three years later in May of 2003, when that dealer was bought out, they still had that rig (unsold) sitting on their lot.

During that time I traded with them again for the rig I have now and I asked the salesman (same one as before) what was up with the rig I traded in back in '00. Much to my amazement he said they had put too much money into it when they traded with me and couldn't move it profitably at the price it needed to be at. Yeah, right....dealers never put too much into a trade.
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