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Old 02-14-2009, 11:32 AM   #1
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Can anyone give information about values of toads you have sold or traded? I'll be looking for a new toad in the near future, and I'm just curious if towing 4 down has a huge effect on resale values.
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we purchased our first toad a 2000 dakota new when we bought our first mh kept it till 05 when we traded in our current 05 dakota. at the time we recieved top trade value for it, almost thought they made a mistake. never a mention of values even though they talked about the brackets on the front! jim
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I haven't noticed any decrease in a toad. They still seem to go by the mileage on the odometers to help set the value. Glass breakage or major paint damage would probably put it in a lower value range though.
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The dealer was excited to get our last toad - he even gave us a new loaner to drive while our new one was being delivered (it was special order) cause he wanted to get a used toad onto his sales lot right away.
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