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Old 01-12-2019, 11:59 AM   #1
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Looking to Trade?

This is probably an unorthodox post, but it might work.
I love my fairly new 2018 22í Minnie Winnie Spirit with 6400 miles but am preparing for an almost six month stay in New England in May and would love something bigger.
A 27í-30í class A or C would be fabulous.
Either a permanent or temporary trade would be great.
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Old 01-12-2019, 01:11 PM   #2
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I'm not sure I see the advantage of a trade, at least a permanent one. It seems like you're limiting your pool of potential "buyers" as well as "sellers" in that they need to want your's and you their's.

It seems like you'd have a better chance of finding the rig that fits you best by selling and buying.

Is there an advantage I'm missing, like assuming each other's loans? If you're heavily financed, you'll likely be upside down in terms of selling your's.
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Old 01-12-2019, 01:34 PM   #3
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Hi Bob,
Itís paid off.
Iíve been to dealer.
As you know, what they want on a trade is ridiculous, and what they have in stock...ehh.
There is a 27í 2015 Itaxca Sunstar but itís got no warranty left, and Iím not handy.
$5500 is what they quoted me on a five year limited but that excludes a whole host of potential issues.
Thought that there might be an option here but youíre right, Iím probably better off trying to sell it on RVTrader and going up a little in size on another.
Itís just that for ordinary local camping trips, this 22í is perfect.
Thanks for your input.
Sure you donít want to trade?



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I'm not sure I see the advantage of a trade, at least a permanent one. It seems like you're limiting your pool of potential "buyers" as well as "sellers" in that they need to want your's and you their's.

It seems like you'd have a better chance of finding the rig that fits you best by selling and buying.

Is there an advantage I'm missing, like assuming each other's loans? If you're heavily financed, you'll likely be upside down in terms of selling your's.
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