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Old 09-05-2011, 01:59 PM   #1
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Looking at a 97 Sea Breeze. Input?

Hello all. Just found you guys. Looking at a 97 SeaBreeze m129 with a vortec. Will be moving up from a truck camper and with a family of 5 plus a lab we could use the space. It is stored in a wherehouse and has under 11k miles. I am sure the tires will need replacing plus a full service with all belts, hoses and fluids changed. Is there anything to look out for? It has no slides but it fits our budget (6,500) and gives us some room for repairs. How are rubber roofs?
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Old 09-08-2011, 10:14 PM   #2
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Well they want 8,000 for it now. NADA values it at 10800 high and 8500 low. The problem is that it needs tires 7 batteries for sure. It has been sitting for a while so the gen will need service, fluids and hoses changed etc. The nada value seems low but i'm not sure. Does this seem like a good price?
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Old 09-13-2011, 11:29 AM   #3
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If they can show you everthing works and the condition is OK in your opinion, I would say the price is in line. I just bought a 2000 32' Seabreeze
in excelent condtion with 13K miles and new tires and paid 18K. So you add $3000 for tires and what ever else it may need and you are probably OK if it's in great shape.
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