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Old 04-06-2015, 12:42 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by NemoScopes View Post
Thank you for the replies folks! Nothermark I am looking for a smaller Class, around 20-24'. Brockx, thats a nice little profit to have made after getting to use your RV. If I may ask, what year/model was the RV? And how many miles was on it when you sold it? What was your purchase vs selling price?

Your comments reverberate a lot of what I have read up on so far. Make sure coach roof/walls/floor are good. Be extremely wary of any water damage, as in soft spots or delamination. The frame must be solid. And drive train must be in good working condition. As TeJay pointed out, all the other stuff is much less crucial. Thanks!
It was a 1996 Pace Arrow Vision 33L, no slides, no jacks, excellent condition. It had 80K on it when I sold it Paid 10,000 sold it for 15,500. Lots of little things and elbow grease, no big expenses. Tires for these 16" fords are very reasonable.
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