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Old 07-19-2021, 09:12 AM   #1
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Pricing for parta

So I bought this camper to take the air conditioner and air compressor/water tank for my camper. Iím going to be parting it out and had a lot of inquiries about. My thing is how do I price the parts lol. The camper is complete and has a lot of hard to find parts. Anyone parted one out or have an idea of what to charge. Doors Window trim appliances light fixtures hubcap bathroom etc etc etc thanks
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Old 07-19-2021, 09:24 AM   #2
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35% of cost of comparable new parts. Shipping may be your problem.
Have you tested everything you want to sell to be sure it works?
Be prepared to accept Pay Pal or credit cards.
You will have labor involved stripping parts then when done you will have to find a way to dispose the remainder of the RV.
Remove the AC or windows and you will have to keep the trailer covered so furniture etc. doesn't get ruined.
Stoves and Micro Waves aren't desirable items to sell used and neither are refrigerators unless you find someone near by who needs one exactly like the one in the RV. Removal will be a little labor intensive.
You may end up with a stack of parts which will never sell.
Good luck.
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Old 07-22-2021, 05:44 AM   #3
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Is that a Silver Streak? It looks rough, but if it's still as solid as it looks, no major floor repair or leak damage you might be further ahead by selling it as is. To part it out you're going to have to prove every appliance operates. Larger items will have to go freight which means pallets and packaging headaches. You're going to run into a lot of jerks who screw with you wanting money back because they didn't do their homework, or claim what you sent didn't work or as listed.

If it's a Silver Streak you know they're pretty desirable, if it's complete except for the items you took they're easily replaceable with modern equivalents if the buyer isn't a purist. If you get what you paid for it you got the AC and water tank and compressor for free, and don't have to deal with all the headaches of selling used parts.
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