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Old 03-24-2016, 05:47 PM   #1
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Hi I have a 1988 Driftwood by Rockwood motorhomes 32 foot Class A and I was wondering if anybody knew what these things sell for?
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Hi I have a 1988 Driftwood by Rockwood motorhomes 32 foot Class A and I was wondering if anybody knew what these things sale 4 cuz I'm selling it
The NADA web site might be a good starting point. It'll at least give you ranges the units are thought to be worth.
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Looked up on NADA, if it's M-321 or M-322 which are 32' built in 1988 around $8,500 to $10,500 range.
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I would go to NADA first. Then I would go to RVTrader.com and RVT.com and do a search for that same model to see what they are going for around the country!

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Hi I have a 1988 Driftwood by Rockwood motorhomes 32 foot Class A and I was wondering if anybody knew what these things sell for?
Somewhere between $800 and $8000.

Seriously, NADA uses a depreciation formula that does not reflect actual selling prices so while NADA might be a good place to start with the value of an older RV it may be considerably off from what someone is actually willing to pay.

If your motorhome is in excellent condition then you might get $8000 or more for it. Then again if nobody is interested . . . (crickets chirping).

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At that age, condition is all that matters. And most buyers of old coaches are bargain hunters. If it runs and mostly works, somewhere in the $5000 range, anywhere from $3500-$8500.
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Remember while using the Nada site that checking the "options" is only for things that you KNOW to be optional. Too many people click off on all kinds of stuff that came stock on the RV or vehicle, in which case you can expect (crickets chirping) as Nick-B mentioned.
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Remember while using the Nada site that checking the "options" is only for things that you KNOW to be optional. Too many people click off on all kinds of stuff that came stock on the RV or vehicle, in which case you can expect (crickets chirping) as Nick-B mentioned.
Yep, and on the older rigs it's almost impossible to figure out what was standard.
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Yep, and on the older rigs it's almost impossible to figure out what was standard.
And seldom important. For example, an upgraded fridge back in 1988 is still probably considered "small" or "obsolete" by current standards, so the fact that it was an option back in the day is all but meaningless.
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