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Post  Mike on Fri Feb 27, 2009 11:52 am

I just brought my buddy to my jayco dealer to buy a starcraft Pop up. It's an 8' 1993 Meteor with a furnace is great shape. He paid $1500 with a leak test, new converter, battery, full LP, front jack and tires. Book value is $675.

I told him to get it am I nuts or Is book value really off when you get a 15 year old pop up that looks 2 years old

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Post  N8IWS on Sat Feb 28, 2009 5:12 am

Value to me is what did you get for your money. If everything is in working order, the canvas isn't full of holes, mildew, broken zippers, and all of the above mentioned items, yeah, it was a good deal. When I inspected before my purchase, I looked at the physical and mechanical condition first. Number one is that the roof cover is not rotten, then the canvas. These are the two most expensive items to replace and repair. We had to scrap our 30 footer due to a roof leak that could never be found. First and last time I'll ever buy a new travel trailer. And never set foot in Vicar's again, screwed me from day one.

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Post  winbadgers on Mon Mar 16, 2009 2:17 pm

It is all relative. If he can't find anything cheaper that he would rather have then it is a good deal. If you don't buy the first thing that comes along and shop around for awhile you will know if that camper is a good deal for you or not.

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