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Old 04-22-2011, 02:25 PM   #1
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Doing a good deed.

When we trade our other unit I had saved all kinds of extras, probably at least $500.00 worth of stuff. Dealership would not tell me who bought it so I just kept it. So what do you think I saw camping one weekend yep and the new owner was very appreciative of all that stuff for free.

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Old 04-22-2011, 09:28 PM   #2
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That's really nice of you!

It must have been a kick to see the old rig! We are always on the lookout for our "harvey". It was a great rig. Lots of wonderful memories in it.

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when I sold my old Cobra I kept all my ''stuff'' except the toilet hose and the power cord. She was a good old coach and I put it on a RV lot for ''consignment'' sale. They had her two days and ''poof'' sold. Chuck told me that he wished he had a dozen like it. We have never seen it since then. She was on a Chev P30 chassis with ''air bags''. Rode like a cloud. We got the Pace on a Ford Chassis and it rides like a tractor.

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Old 04-23-2011, 06:42 AM   #4
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When we trade our other unit I had saved all kinds of extras, probably at least $500.00 worth of stuff. Dealership would not tell me who bought it so I just kept it. So what do you think I saw camping one weekend yep and the new owner was very appreciative of all that stuff for free.

The dealer I worked for also took consignments and they would not divulge any info on a buyer. We did take the seller's info and pass it on to the buyer if asked (by the seller to do so). Most dealers will remove anything not permanently attached to the RV so the buyer may not have received the "stuff" if you did leave it .....
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Old 04-23-2011, 09:42 AM   #5
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You know,,, the old trailer I pulled was a 13' Scamp.. IN all the time I pulled it I never saw another.. About the only extra I had that did not transfer to the Motor home was the porta-toilet,, That went with the Scamp.

Wouldn't you know it... In the first year of driving a motor home I must have seen half a dozen of those little fiberglass bubbles going down the road or parked on site.

Kind of fun.. Oh, if anyone wants a nice little weekend for two size triler... I actually recommend the Scamp, though you might go for a sixteen footer.
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